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    Five medallists positive tests from 2005 World champs
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    Re-tests pull up several failures:

    Nadzeya Ostapchuk
    Ivan Tsikhan
    Olga Kuzenkova
    Tatyana Kotova
    Vadim Devyatovskiy


    Andrei Mikhnevich (non medallist)
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    Re: Five medallists positive tests from 2005 World champs
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    I believe this is Tsikhans third failed test,

    Vadim Devyatovskiy's Third failed test,

    Ostapchuk's second failed test

    Olga Kuzenkova's second failed test
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    Re: Five medallists positive tests from 2005 World champs
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    What's next? Privalova was positive in 1995? Lewis was positive in 1988? Boring! 8-)

    And really funny Gatlin wasn't positive at Helsinki 2005 :lol:
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    Re: Five medallists positive tests from 2005 World champs
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    I guess the only surprise is they didn't catch LOTS more.
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    Re: Five medallists positive tests from 2005 World champs
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    Quote Originally Posted by pakillo
    What's next? Privalova was positive in 1995? Lewis was positive in 1988? Boring! 8-)

    And really funny Gatlin wasn't positive at Helsinki 2005 :lol:
    What's next? Well, in about one year there will probably be revealed to be several medallists with positive tests from 2006 European Championships.

    Based on what happened this and last year, I'll make a more specific guess: Karjalainen will be declared the new 2006 hammer throw European Champion, and there will be some rearranged medals in women's field events. I think I better not even say what I think might happen with women's running events.
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    Re: Five medallists positive tests from 2005 World champs
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    Quote Originally Posted by lapsus
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    What's next? Well, in about one year there will probably be revealed to be several medallists with positive tests from 2006 European Championships. ....
    I believe that will depend on the EAA having reserved samples and asked for retest, which is what IAAF did w/ Helsinki. Don't think IAAF has anything to do with Euro Champs meets.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lapsus
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    What's next? Well, in about one year there will probably be revealed to be several medallists with positive tests from 2006 European Championships. ....
    I believe that will depend on the EAA having reserved samples and asked for retest, which is what IAAF did w/ Helsinki. Don't think IAAF has anything to do with Euro Champs meets.
    Then there will be a two year break before Osaka results are reanalyzed, I guess.

    And who knows what happens then? Que CERA, CERA
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    Somewhere down the line someone will probably have a record of testing positive 6 or 7 times.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pakillo
    What's next? Privalova was positive in 1995? Lewis was positive in 1988? Boring! 8-)

    And really funny Gatlin wasn't positive at Helsinki 2005 :lol:
    It doesn't necessarily mean anything of the sort.

    I think we're all unsure of exactly how this re testing procedure is working, are they re testing everything ? are they targeting specific events or countries ? do the new tests only work on certain substances etc etc etc

    We've only seen positives from heavy throwers so i would imagine the retesting is specific to substances that are more pervasive in those events

    It tell us nothing about other events or individuals
    i deserve extra credit
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    Has Belarus Cooking School admitted giult?
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    Are the rumours coming out of Belarus true that the colossus of integrity of the Belarus Olympic movement, that paragon of ethics and virtue, President Alexander Grigoryevich Lukashenko, established the Belarus School of Cooking where students such as Alexander Yefimov learned the fine art of Belarus' famed international style of "herbal' sprinkling.

    It is just unconscionable that innocent athletes like that young man Noddy Upchuck has been forced to endure the pain and humiliation after unknowingly and unwittingly ingesting the culinary delights of Alexander Yefimov's flavour enhancing of meals apparently for the past 8 years.

    It appears that these flavour enhancing chefs have been running amok for years in Belarus.

    And is it true that the Belarus Cooking School kitchen also has a double life as the laboratory for the Belarus drug testing facility?
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