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Tasks: Loginov is over the mass start


Alexander Loginov got his start in the relay despite the police raid on Saturday morning. But he will not be in the final mass start, says Russian news agency Tass.

Alexander Loginov has not officially withdrawn from the starting list of the men's mass start in the biathlon World Cup in Antholz. But the news agency Tass writes, citing information from the Russian coaches, that he will not start.

Loginov, who took gold in sprint, was awakened during a Saturday morning by a police officer where he and his coach were the targets. According to the AFP news agency, the operation was carried out on behalf of Italian prosecutors and concerned "use or distribution of doping preparations" and in the case of the coach an invalid accreditation.

Police seized his phone and computer.

After all, Alexander Loginov got his start in the men's relay, where Russia finished fourth, and afterwards he told Russian media that he was considering ending his career because of "constant attacks against him".

- Let them check me, every day even - but why did they have to pick up my phone today? For me, this is the most painful. I can't talk to my family and relatives, I can't even do the stay reporting on where I am, Loginov said.

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"If they are looking for something - I hope they find it" Photo: Bildbyrån

Source: svt

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