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1 hour ago, bestmen said:

during the first retest they catched one Slovakian biathlete positive i mean Slovenian

they didn't finish the 2nd retest i read that somewhere

 

Gregorin was the only athlete who failed the retests from 2010 Games. IOC has closed the Vancouver reanalysis program

 

http://www.espn.com/espnw/sports/article/21166212/slovenia-biathlete-teja-gregorin-sole-2010-olympian-retest-positive

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Anyway, the Vancouver Games will still be for me simply the best. because of all the emotions I had from the day 1 to day 16. These games will remains for me special forever. The first games I watched in integrality around 20 hours per day, and I enjoyed every minute :)

 

And a huge special mention for the Ice Hockey tournaments, the best tourneys in this sport I witnessed in my life. Another emotionally extreme memories.

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58 minutes ago, hckosice said:

 

Gregorin was the only athlete who failed the retests from 2010 Games. IOC has closed the Vancouver reanalysis program

 

http://www.espn.com/espnw/sports/article/21166212/slovenia-biathlete-teja-gregorin-sole-2010-olympian-retest-positive

I wonder,how many doping cases before 2010 games will remain undetected? Doping detection should always be active. Even for those older games.

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8 minutes ago, ChandlerMne said:

I wonder,how many doping cases before 2010 games will remain undetected? Doping detection should always be active. Even for those older games.

 

I don´t know, but I guess no more retesting program are supposed to be open for the games before London 2012 now 

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