The International Association of Athletics Federations has opened investigation into the coach of the women's one thousand, five hundred-metre world record holder.

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 The International Association of Athletics Federations has opened investigation into the coach of the women's one thousand, five hundred-metre world record holder.


 
The International Association of Athletics Federations has opened investigation into the coach of the women's one thousand, five hundred-metre world record holder.

Somali-born JAMA ADEN and an unnamed Moroccan physiotherapist have been charged with administering banned substances to athletes. 
 
The inquiry is part of an anti-doping operation that dates back to 2013, but neither of the accused persons has commented on the allegations.
 
However; the IAAF has said it would use all available resources and powers to protect clean athletes and the integrity of the sport.
 

Read 1053 times Last modified on June 21 2016

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