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The IOC said the reasons for the disqualification of the Russian champion Games in Sochi

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The IOC explained the disqualification of the Russian sportsman Alexander Zubkov, who won at the 2014 Olympics in Sochi two gold Olympic medals. The name of the athlete was present in the report of the independent Commission of the world anti-doping Agency (WADA) under the leadership of Richard McLaren was mentioned in the list of “Duchess”, which was submitted to the Commission, Denis Oswald, former head of the Moscow anti-doping laboratory Gregory by Rodchenkova, the official website of the IOC.

Also in the sample “B” Zubkov was discovered scratches that pointed to the fact that the banks were opened. This allowed the IOC to claim that a sample of the sportsman has been tampered with. In addition, in one trial there was a significant excess of the level of salt.

To confirm the opening of the tubes and replacing the samples of the IOC used the research of professors Christophe Champod and Michel Bernier . First looked for evidence that banks may be open, the second analyzed the salt content in the samples. Champod confirmed that the opening of the cans and replacement of samples was possible.

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