Magnini & Santucci Face Italian Anti-Doping Questions; IOC Penalises Brazilians

Filippo Magnini (L) of Italy and Brent Hayden (R) of Canada - joint world 100m freestyle champions back in 2007 - by Patrick B. Kraemer

News Round-Up: Filippo Magnini, the Italian who claimed the world 100m freestyle title in 2005 and then retained it in a shared victory with Canadian Brent Haydn in 2007, and national teammate and fellow sprinter Michele Santucci are being investigated by the official prosecutor of the Italian anti-doping organisation NADO; and IOC takes action against Carlos Nuzman and Brazilian Olympic Committee against backdrop of alleged corruption

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News Round-Up: Filippo Magnini, the Italian who claimed the world 100m freestyle title in 2005 and then retained it in a shared victory with Canadian Brent Haydn in 2007, and national teammate and fellow sprinter Michele Santucci are being investigated by the official prosecutor of the Italian anti-doping organisation NADO; and IOC takes action against Carlos Nuzman and Brazilian Olympic Committee against backdrop of alleged corruption

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