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Doping Cases and Bans Thread (2018)

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heywoodu    1,645
10 minutes ago, bestmen said:

And the question is who counted them .are you sure for 6000 why not 6001 

Exactly. And are they sure it's Norway and not Pakistan or Bolivia? 

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Quasit    82
14 minutes ago, Gianlu33 said:

:JPN Keith Sato is positive to a doping test in Pyeongchang

I was about to ask who that was because I couldn't find him. :p The name is Kei Saito. 

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bestmen    469

fency bears are attacking canada

 

In February 2004, Canada’s 13 winter National Sport Organizations, Canadian Olympic Committee (COC), Canadian Paralympic Committee (CPC), Sport Canada, WinSport Canada and VANOC started to work on a project that would become known as Own the Podium (OTP).

The decision was made amid concerns that Canada had failed to win a single gold medal in the first two Games hosted in Canada, the 1976 Summer Olympics in Monreal and the 1988 Winter Olympics in Calgary. COC pledged to make Canada the top medal winning nation at the 2010 Games in Vancouver, and in 2005, the OTP program was launched. Now, it is a “not-for-profit organization that prioritizes and determines investment strategies for National Sport Organizations in an effort to deliver more Olympic and Paralympic medals for Canada.” Own the Podium’s largest sponsor is the government with additional funding provided by the Canadian Olympic Committee that in fact leads the project. Fancy Bears' Hack Team obtained the OTP financial records. Take a look at them to see the amount of taxpayers’ money used to satisfy sports officials’ ambitions.

 

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