The international Olympic Committee (IOC) has completed retesting doping samples from the winter Olympic games 2006 held in Turin. According to information published on the official website of the organization, positive samples have been identified.
“A re-examination of all samples taken during the Olympic games in Turin, has been completed. During re-analysis, there was not a single case of doping,” — said the press service of the IOC.
Thus, Estonian skier Kristina shmigun-vähi was filmed nominated three years ago, charged with use of illegal drugs. “Today’s my lucky day. We have been waiting for this pair of sentences. I have nothing to add — it’s all very clearly stated”, — quotes the athlete ERR.ee .