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FISU more focused on education than sanctions following McLaren Report, President says

FISU more focused on education than sanctions following McLaren Report, President says

International University Sports Federation (FISU) President Oleg Matytsin has said the organisation is currently more focused on providing anti-doping education to its athletes than issuing sanctions in light of the second part of Richard McLaren’s report into Russian state-sponsored doping, which concluded that the 2013 Universiade in Kazan was used as a testing ground for sample manipulation.





Samples given by Russian athletes from London 2012 to be analysed as IOC claims 63 blood tests from Sochi 2014 were all negative

Samples given by Russian athletes from London 2012 to be analysed as IOC claims 63 blood tests from Sochi 2014 were all negative

All samples given by Russian athletes at London 2012 will be examined after the International Olympic Committee (IOC) extended the mandate of one of the Commissions looking into allegations of manipulation at Sochi 2014 in the wake of the damning findings revealed in the second part of the McLaren Report today.