LAUSANNE, Switzerland (AP) — One particular athlete analyzed good for doping in reanalysis of 1,195 samples from the 2010 Vancouver Olympics, the IOC explained Monday.
A few good checks in full all came from the similar athlete, who was not discovered by the Intercontinental Olympic Committee.
Steroid use was located among dozens of athletes in retesting of samples from the 2008 Beijing Olympics and 2012 London Olympics, which have been staged just before and just after the Vancouver Game titles. The IOC has stripped a lot more than 50 medals.
The IOC explained its Vancouver reanalysis software “adopted an intelligence-collecting and threat-evaluation approach,” operating with the Earth Anti-Doping Company and sports governing bodies.
Equivalent methods have been applied to goal checks on “high threat sports and nationalities” ahead of the 2018 Pyeongchang Olympics in February.
The Vancouver retesting software noticed tests of 70 percent of urine samples which have been saved given that 2010, awaiting enhanced laboratory checks. Targeted checks included “samples from all medalists and all Russian athletes,” the IOC explained.
Russia completed 11th in the medals desk, with three gold among 15 medals in full.
WADA investigators have cited Russia’s bad general performance in Vancouver as a motive for a doping software at the 2014 Sochi Olympics. Russia topped the medals desk at its dwelling Winter season Game titles, however could soon lose that honor.
An IOC panel is investigating person instances of suspected Russian doping in Sochi. It could announce its to start with verdicts next month.
The IOC has now closed the Vancouver reanalysis software ahead of an 8-calendar year statute of limits expiring in February.
Much more than 100 doping instances, most involving keep track of and field athletes and weightlifters from former Soviet Union republics, have been verified in retesting of Beijing and London samples.
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