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2016 Rio Olympic Games : Day-10 (20th August) - MS Bronze and Gold Medal Match

Discussion in 'Olympics 2016 - RIO' started by CLELY, Aug 19, 2016.

  1. FeatherBlaster

    FeatherBlaster Regular Member

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    No worries!

    It's Viktor Axelsen who really haven't won a big one yet :)

    But I'm willing to bet, that he'll succeed within a year from now. Probably this side of x-mas.
     
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    VA has the talent. imo, only his temperament is hindering him from winning titles.
     
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    Actually, if you read carefully, it's the way round - IOC President Thomas Bach was wondering why McClaren didn't provide the evidence before the start of the Games and then weeks later as the OG drew to a close, he asked McClaren for it and he answered it's not urgent.
     
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    It is only guess, but those data are rather sensitive for some Russians or anyone that collaborated with the earring and this might be the reason why those data should not circulate too much.
     
  5. FeatherBlaster

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    Yes, ask the family of Nikita Kamayev.... He most likely got killed because he wanted to write a book about the scandal.

    Grigory Rodchenkov could speak freely, as he went into exile in US. He could tell that - not surprisingly - at least 15 medal winners of the Sochy winter games, was part of a very organized and systematic doping setup, in close collaboration with the Russian ministry of sports and the Russian intelligence agency!
     

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