More than 1,000 Russian athletes in 30 summer and winter Olympic and Paralympic sports benefited from a systematic doping cover-up, including many medalists from London 2012.
Two years after accusations were made over Russian doping, the second instalment of the McLaren report was published on Friday.
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More than 1,000 unnamed Russian athletes from across 30 sports were involved in or benefited from manipulations to conceal positive doping tests. This is according to the second half of Professor Richard McLaren's damning independent investigation into doping in sport that was published by the World