Yuliya Stepanova Says IOC Has Risked Deterring Doping Victims & Whistleblowers

The Stepanovs - and other whistleblowers deserve police protection and related support, says WADA - photo courtesy of ARD Television

as the count of Russians barred from Rio 206 grows to 37, CAS cases pending, Yuliya Stepanova, one of the key whistleblowers in exposing state-run doping in Russia has warned the leadership of the International Olympic Committee that they risk scaring away other potential witnesses to doping and other bad practices by refusing to allow her to compete at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games as a way of demonstrating a commitment to clean sport

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as the count of Russians barred from Rio 206 grows to 37, CAS cases pending, Yuliya Stepanova, one of the key whistleblowers in exposing state-run doping in Russia has warned the leadership of the International Olympic Committee that they risk scaring away other potential witnesses to doping and other bad practices by refusing to allow her to compete at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games as a way of demonstrating a commitment to clean sport

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aswimfan

WTH??

I thought Stepanova was initially allowed to compete under IOC flag?

This is disgusting of IOC leaderships.

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