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16. 03. 2016

BREAKING: Another Russian player fails doping test!

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Problems that Russian volleyball players are recently causing to their federation, national team and clubs where they play will not end with Aleksandr Markin.

 

As WorldofVolley found out from a source familiar with the situation in the Russian volleyball, another player from that country failed doping test!

In the next few days more info on this case will be known.

Recall that Aleksandr Markin, the player who practically secured ticket for Russia’s National Team for the 2016 Rio Olympics with tremendous performaces at European Qualification Tournament in Berlin, failed doping test on meldonium.

While everybody wonder will he, Russia’s NT and/or Federation be punished for this, another similar case is on the horizon.

 

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4 Comments about "BREAKING: Another Russian player fails doping test!"

17.03.2016 | 02:28 |   Axe [unregistered]

Who of the important russian players didn't play recent games? He should be the one...

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17.03.2016 | 13:07 |   Mary [unregistered]

Should be too important for the club..

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17.03.2016 | 13:21 |   Vera Frankevich

If it's true.... It's probably Obmochaev....

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17.03.2016 | 13:48 |   Matteo Sartor

Obmochaev?

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