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Private Medical Records Of Mo „Guinea Pig„ Farah Revealing The Drugs Sporting Chiefs Allowed To Take

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on September 19, 2016

Mo Farah’s Hacked Medical Records Reveal Team GB Star Had Two Therapeutic Use Exemptions

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Mo Farah’s medical records have been published online by a group of Russian hackers – leaving the four-time Olympic champion under pressure to clear up discrepancies in his previous declarations on steroid use.

The group of cyber-criminals, known as the Fancy Bears, was among 26 new athletes from 10 countries to see personal data leaked.

The latest information published, which relates to therapeutic use exemptions (TUEs) the athletes were granted so they could take medicine that would otherwise be banned, was stolen from the World Anti-Doping Agency’s data storage system.

This leak reveals that Farah was granted a TUE for the corticosteroid triamcinolone in October 2008 and another in July 2014 when he was placed on a morphine drip after collapsing following a training run.

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My Note: Give the dog a bad name and hang him

They were aggressively accusing and attacking Orthodox Christian athletes from Ethiopia and Russia to cover up their crimes. 

Read it how they attempted to demoralize gullible Ethiopian athletes: GB athletes have ‘doubts’ over result of women’s 1500m Rio race

Attack is the best defense!

Of course, no action will be taken against these disgraceful criminals, as they control every international organization, and the lamestream medias.

Everyone was asking how and why do the British swipe so many medals at the Rio Games. The answer obvious: not only were banned substances helping them win medals, but also because its direct competitor, the Russian team, was heavily penalized.

Besides, the British have seized key posts at Wada, IAAF, the Paralympic Committee. Their people are everywhere, they are securely covered and compete and train without hassle.

Look how many of the power-addicted Lords and Sirs of Little Britain are in charge of the sport world’s bodies:

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Mo Farah Missed Two Drug Tests Before London Olympics, Putting 2012 Double Gold at Risk

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on June 18, 2015

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As part of his appeal, Farah’s agent Ricky Simms submitted video evidence filmed in Farah’s house in which he tried to show that it was difficult to hear the doorbell from his client’s bedroom. UK Anti-Doping lawyers dismissed it as evidence.” LOL!

  • –- Farah’s first missed test appears to have occurred in early 2010, six months before he broke David Moorcroft’s British 5,000m record

  • –- The second test seems to have occurred once Farah had started working with Salazar, taking place at Farah’s home in Teddington

  • –- Farah contested it by appealing to the UK Anti-Doping Agency on the basis that he claimed he did not hear his doorbell

  • –- With the Olympics looming, Salazar warned Farah on May 5 2011: ‘If you miss another test, they will hang you’

  • –- Farah won gold in the 5,000m and 10,000m at London 2012

Mo Farah missed two drugs tests a year before the London 2012 Olympics, Sportsmail can reveal.

At a time when the British distance runner’s controversial American coach Alberto Salazar and training partner Galen Rupp are facing a series of allegations, Farah’s own problems with the doping authorities reached a peak only a few months after he started training under Salazar in February 2011. The two missed tests put his participation at the 2012 Olympics, where he won two gold medals, at risk.

UK anti-doping rules state an athlete who misses three tests in any 12-month period (down from 18 months since 2013) can face up to a four-year ban. Britain’s Christine Ohuruogu was suspended for 12 months in 2006 after missing three tests and falling foul of the World Anti-Doping Agency’s ‘whereabouts’ system, which forces athletes to pick an exact location for one hour every day in case they are needed for testing.

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–-History Shall Repeat Itself

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