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RUSSIA: WADA informant Rodchenkov attempted suicide in Washington

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WADA Informant Rodchenkov Attempted to Commit Suicide in Washington – Source

SPUTNIK – In 2016, Grigory Rodchenkov, who had been director of Russia’s national anti-doping laboratory in 2015, told The New York Times that at least 15 Russian Olympic medalists had been part of an alleged state-run doping program and his testimony became a basis for the WADA independent commission’s report on doping in Russian athletics.

According to a source in US law enforcement, the informant attempted to commit suicide on June 19.

“We received information about Grigory Rodchenkov’s suicide attempt on June 19 in a Washington flat rented out for him by the FBI in district Columbia,” the source said.


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Grigory Rodchenkov became WADA’s main witness in the case against the Russian national Olympic team over doping allegations; he claimed he that had organized switching urine samples for clean ones and also committed to giving athletes a doping Duchess Cocktail. As a result, 43 Russian athletes were banned for life and the Russian team faced harsh restrictions during the Olympic Games, despite the fact, there was no evidence other than his statements.

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However, he later retracted a major part of his accusations against the Russian athletes, claiming that he had never distributed the Duchess Cocktail, seen an athlete taking the mixture, or “tampering with a doping sample.”

—— AUTO – GENERATED; Published (Halifax Canada Time AST) on: June 27, 2018 at 09:01AM

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