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|IOC confident in success of anti-doping program|
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KRASNAYA POLYANA, Russia — At the midpoint of the Sochi Games, not yet marred by a single case of doping, the IOC’s top medical official said its efforts to catch drug cheats were so successful they had scared them all away.
A week later, after the disclosure of a fifth doping case on the final day of the games, IOC President Thomas Bach cited the positive tests as the sign of success.
Who’s right? To Bach, it doesn’t much matter.
“The number of the cases for me is not really relevant,” Bach said. “What is important is that we see the system works.”
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