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hosted2.ap.org — President of Russia's Olympic Committee Alexander Zhukov, fourth right, and Sports Minister Vitaly Mutko, center, pose for a photo with Russia's National Olympic team members outside the Kremlin wall, before a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin, in Moscow, Russia, Wednesday, July 27, 2016.

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hosted2.ap.org — The FIE did not respond to questions from The Associated Press about whether WADA investigator Richard McLaren's evidence was considered before deciding to allow Russian fencers to compete in Rio.

The Orange County Register

hosted2.ap.org — A A A Putin slams discrimination as banned athletes join send-off By NATALIYA VASILYEVA and ROB HARRIS Buy AP Photo Reprints MOSCOW (AP) - Russian President Vladimir Putin hit out at "discrimination" against the country's banned track and field athletes at a Kremlin send-off ceremony Wednesday for its depleted Olympic team.

Associated Press

hosted2.ap.org — The FIE did not respond to questions from The Associated Press about whether WADA investigator Richard McLaren's evidence was considered before deciding to allow Russian fencers to compete in Rio.

Associated Press

hosted2.ap.org — The FIE did not respond to questions from The Associated Press about whether WADA investigator Richard McLaren's evidence was considered before deciding to allow Russian fencers to compete in Rio.

Putin slams discrimination as banned athletes join send-off

summergames.ap.org — MOSCOW (AP) - Russian President Vladimir Putin hit out at "discrimination" against the country's banned track and field athletes at a Kremlin send-off ceremony Wednesday for its depleted Olympic team.

Injury anxieties grow but Bolt says 'sport needs me to win'

bigstory.ap.org — LONDON (AP) - Whatever controversy is raging in the Olympic world there's one constant: Usain Bolt's bravado and self-confidence. It's what is expected from the world's fastest man and greatest showman. "I know the sport needs me to win - and come out on top," Bolt asserts, assessing the damage caused by the Russian doping scandal that has divided sports leaders.

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Jul 21, 2016

@honigstein Will read into that he doesn't want Wenger to go upstairs at his club...

Jul 21, 2016

Jeremy Corbyn on Newsnight rejects idea of becoming Labour Party president as .. "it sounds to me a bit like director of football" at a club

Jul 21, 2016

Discussing latest in the Russia doping scandal shortly on @talkSPORT

Jul 21, 2016

RT @MichaelG1: More on Olympic terror plot: Police say plotters were ill-prepared and amateurs talking on social media  http://summergames.ap.org/article/brazil-arrests-10-alleged-olympics-terror-plot 

Jul 21, 2016

RT @AP_Sports: BREAKING: Brazilian police arrest 10 people who allegedly discussed possible attacks during Olympics.  http://apne.ws/29XY6ZP  #RoadToRio

Jul 21, 2016

RT @philblanche: BREAKING: Swansea City press conference will NOT go ahead tonight because of an existing dispute between two minority shareholders.


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