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International Biathlon Union bans two Russian athletes for doping based on computer data from Moscow laboratory

Firstpost Tuesday, 25 June 2019
The International Biathlon Union has prioritized clearing up older Russian cases as its own conduct comes under scrutiny after raids from Austrian officials
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