IOC Plea For Peace On Cheat Vs Clean Likely To Fall On Ears Drummed Deaf By Doping

In black and white: positive doping tests - no getting round them

The International Olympic Committee has issued a plea to athletes to respect their fellow competitors in the wake of vast waves of support for Australian Mack Horton for speaking up for clean sport and as another sessions looms at the Rio Aquatics Centre at which swimmers and others are expected to show their disdain for those who fall foul of anti-doping rules by booing.

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The International Olympic Committee has issued a plea to athletes to respect their fellow competitors in the wake of vast waves of support for Australian Mack Horton for speaking up for clean sport and as another sessions looms at the Rio Aquatics Centre at which swimmers and others are expected to show their disdain for those who fall foul of anti-doping rules by booing.

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aswimfan

What about the rights of clean swimmers not to have to compete with dirty swimmers, hey FINA officials!!!

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