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Doping whistleblower appeals to IOC, says decision flawed

In this July 6, 2015 file photo Russian doping whistleblower Yuliya Stepanova who ran under a neutral flag leaves the track after suffering an injury in a women's 800m heat during the European Athletics Championships in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. The IOC said Sunday, July 24, 800-meter Yulia Stepanova, who along with her husband provided evidence of widespread doping in Russian track and field, could not race in Rio because she once served a doping ban.
Photo by Associated Press.

In this July 6, 2015 file photo Russian doping whistleblower Yuliya Stepanova who ran under a neutral flag leaves the track after suffering an injury in a women's 800m heat during the European Athletics Championships in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. The IOC said Sunday, July 24, 800-meter Yulia Stepanova, who along with her husband provided evidence of widespread doping in Russian track and field, could not race in Rio because she once served a doping ban.

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