LAUSANNE, Switzerland (AP) — An Olympic disciplinary panel claims “highly effective” evidence proved that two-time bobsled gold medalist Alexander Zubkov took portion in the 2014 Sochi Games doping conspiracy.
In its whole choice revealed on Thursday of a Nov. 24 verdict, the IOC disciplinary panel chaired by Denis Oswald thorough why it disqualified Zubkov and banned him for daily life from the Olympics.
The verdicts states 1 sample experienced “an abnormally high amount of salt” and two scratched bottles ended up tampered with.
Laboratory staff members additional salt to thoroughly clean stored urine that was swapped in for steroid-tainted samples during the video games.
The panel claims related evidence exists in 7 far more circumstances from Russia’s Sochi bobsled teams.
Zubkov, who carried Russia’s flag at the Sochi opening ceremony, has appealed to the Court of Arbitration for Activity.
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