“The notice is a formal signal that officials are pursuing sanctions in the case. The antidoping agency has said a broad investigation into the Nike Oregon Project is continuing; officials are believed to be building cases against athletes and Alberto Salazar, the leader of the prominent team, who has trained some of the most decorated track athletes in the world.”
Quote Of The Day
“The United States Anti-Doping Agency has sent an official notice of rules violations to an endocrinologist who has treated several Olympians in the Nike Oregon Project stable of elite runners, according to multiple people familiar with the case.
– Opening two paragraphs of a NY Times article that was published Thursday afternoon.
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