Olympics 2012: Unease, anger as Chinese swimmer fights doping doubts
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Olympics 2012: Unease, anger as Chinese swimmer fights doping doubts

Hangzhou : China | Jul 31, 2012 at 12:11 PM PDT
Source: Daily News & Analysis
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Instead, she has been forced to fend off questions and insinuations of cheating in a doping row that has no solid basis in fact, yet threatens to overshadow the early stages of the Games and a thrilling few days in the pool. Privately, her 396-strong team and the big Chinese media contingent at the Olympic... FULL ARTICLE AT Daily News & Analysis
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