marți, 9 august 2016


  • Russia's Paralympic Potemkin Village
    Foreign ministry spokesperson Maria Zakharova called the ban "stunning in its vile inhumanity," while sports Minister Vitaly Mutko described it as being "outside of common sense." Yevgeny Arsyukhin, editor-in-chief of a pro-Putin radio station, suggested Russia should quit the Olympics in protest: "I'd stop this humiliating medal hunt to the accompaniment of booing. The International Paralympic Committee based its decision on a report by Canadian lawyer Richard McLaren for the World Anti-Doping Agency. The McLaren report doesn't dwell on paralympic sports, only mentioning once that 35 urine samples from disabled Russian athletes that tested positive for banned substances had been reported as clean. Paralympians deserve the same opportunity. Read More

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