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Rio 2016 declared open amid boos before marathon runner De Lima lights Olympic Cauldron

Rio 2016 declared open amid boos before marathon runner De Lima lights Olympic Cauldron

Christopher Kelsall August 6, 2016 0

From Inside the Games Boos reverberated around the MaracanĂ£ as interim Brazilian President Michel Temer declared Rio 2016 open tonight after an Opening Ceremony seeking to showcase the power of the Olympic Games to unite

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Bolt would “not have a problem” giving back Olympic relay gold medal over failed drugs test

Bolt would “not have a problem” giving back Olympic relay gold medal over failed drugs test

Christopher Kelsall June 13, 2016 0

From Inside the Games Usain Bolt has claimed he would have no problem handing back his 4Ă—100 metres relay Olympic gold medal from Beijing 2008 if Jamaican team-mate Nesta Carter is confirmed to have failed

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Moscow lab reaccredited by World Anti-Doping Agency

Moscow lab reaccredited by World Anti-Doping Agency

Christopher Kelsall May 21, 2016 0

Inside the Games The Moscow Laboratory has been partly reaccredited by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) to enable it to resume analysis of blood samples. This disclosure was made by WADA President Sir Craig Reedie during

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IAAF continues to lose credibility as London 2017 seeks to remove branding

IAAF continues to lose credibility as London 2017 seeks to remove branding

Christopher Kelsall January 30, 2016 0

The International Association of Athletics Federations has really taken it on the chin recently. Their reputation has gone down hill after their former President Lamine Diack and other administrators were caught or have been

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