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  • #31
    it has not

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    • #32
      Now it's CAS's turn (I have to admit to thinking that they had waived their CAS rights and the IOC decision was final-final).

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      • #33
        Re: Belarus Medalists positive? [yes, says IOC] [no, says CAS]

        Everybody (including me) apparently missed the fact—in the NCAA/NYC crush of 3-4 days ago—that CAS has said bad lab procedure invalidates the ban, and they get the medals after all.

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        • #34
          Re: Belarus Medalists positive? [yes, says IOC] [no, says CAS]

          Originally posted by gh
          Everybody (including me) apparently missed the fact—in the NCAA/NYC crush of 3-4 days ago—that CAS has said bad lab procedure invalidates the ban, and they get the medals after all.
          Not missed at all by me, but been busy with end-of-school-year. IOC not happy and considering options, I think. Might not act very quickly at all while considering options and possibly nab them under the 'disgrace to Olympics' clause. Thus, not banned from competition but not going to get medals back? Note that, to me, the CAS statement indicated that they think that the tests themselves delivered the correct assessment.

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