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Grigory Rodchenkov has previously come with the big doping-detection in the Netflix documentary 'Icarus', and now the former head of dopinglaboratoriet in Moscow current with The book 'The Rodchenkov Affair', where the shocking details to come forward.
He tells, among other things, how the German skistjerne Evi Sachenbacher-Stehle was the victim at the OLYMPICS 2014 in Sochi, because no one else fell in dopingfælden.
- It was a big disappointment in the first week, no athletes from any country was taken for doping. We had a perfect laboratory for doping controls, but had no scalps to show for, tells Rodchenkov in the book, as the Daily Mail reproduces.
- The first victim was German Evi Sachenbacher-Stehle, who had small amounts of methylhexanamin in his urine after the race. It was a case right on the border.
- If I had already caught five offenders, so had I not turned down on her, but we lacked the blood.
She was quarantined, but the punishment did not vote right in line with her crime, explains Rodchenkov.
Evi Sachenbacher-Stahle had two OLYMPIC gold medals and three OLYMPIC silver medals from previous Olympic Games and asked in Sochi up in the biathlon, where she due to doping, were pulled out before the relay.
She had two years of quarantine, which, however, was lowered to six months.
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In 2006 was Sachenbacher among the eight cross country skiers, which was taken out in five days for health reasons. Photo: DOMINIC EBENBICHLER/Ritzau Scanpix
Evi Sachenbacher-Stehle at the OLYMPICS in Sochi 2014, where she was the cannon. Photo: AP Photo/Lee Jin-man/Ritzau Scanpix
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The German woman is today 39 years old and mother to two girls. Norwegian Dagbladet has had a hold of her for a comment.
- I don't know if I should laugh or cry. My feelings are very mixed.
- First, I cried because the evil came again. I had learned to live with it, but it will always be there.
- But I am happy and relieved that it is here to come forward now, " says Sachenbacher.
Already at the OLYMPICS in 2006 in Turin she also got a kind of quarantine - at the time, however, just five days on health grounds, because her hæmoglobintal was too high.
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