in Spite of intensive doping investigation by the Austrian authorities allowed to leave the accused members of the Russian biathlon teams in the country after the world Cup in Hochfilzen. A spokeswoman for the Vienna economic and corruption Prosecutor’s office said. In addition, there is currently no formal arrangements for interviews. However, it is free of any Suspect at any time, to speak to the authorities the allegations, according to the media office.

The public Prosecutor’s office in Austria, determined, because of possible doping violations at the world Cup in 2017 in Hochfilzen against ten members of the Russian team. On Thursday it became known that the investigative proceedings against five managers due to “the use of prohibited substances or methods for the purpose of doping” and against five athletes because of “serious fraud, to run in connection with Doping”. Among the athletes in the Top-biathlete Alexander Loginov and Anton Schipulin. Not all of the accused are currently in Hochfilzen.

The Russians got a day before the world Cup start on Wednesday in the team hotel a visit from the police, searches, or interrogations, there was. At the world Cup in Hochfilzen the Russian athletes to participate in the fight until Sunday at the race.

champion of the world Doll runs on podium

It was this Friday, but Sport in Hochfilzen: world champion Benedikt Doll has become in the world Cup, third in the Sprint. At the site of his greatest success, the mistake had to free the end of shooting to give Deutsche about ten kilometers, only the Norwegians Johannes Thingnes Bø, and the Frenchman Martin Fourcade struck.

Bø had to once round into the criminal, and was still 10.2 seconds faster than Doll, Fourcade was also remained without any shooting error and was at the end of 1.6 seconds ahead of the German. The errors in the shooting range also has remained free Olympic champion Arnd Peiffer completed in Fifth place, the good German result. .


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