World Anti-Doping Agency Doping Report Reveals Russian Athletes Who 'Sabotaged' London Olympics

09/11/2015 16:34 GMT | Updated 13/07/2016 16:59 BST

It has been revealed that London's 2012 Olympics allowed Russian athletes to compete when they should have been suspended for doping violations.

An independent World Anti-Doping Agency report into the drug taking has found that a lifetime ban was recommended for five athletes, four coaches and another administrator. Seemingly the most high-profile name is Mariya Savinova, who won gold at London 2012 in the 800-meters event.

Mariya Savinova and Ekaterina Poistogova (800m), long-distance runners Kristina Ugarova and Tatyana Myazina, and current indoor champion Anastasiya Bazdyreva are specifically recommended for ultimate sanction.

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