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SOCHI, February 15, 13:17 /ITAR-TASS/. International Olympic Committee Medical Commission Chairman Arne Ljungqvist is not surprised that tests at the Sochi Olympic Games have not detected doping.
He told a press conference that it was not a surprise for him. He had not expected anybody to play foul. In Vancouver, they had only one positive test. Thus, the anti-doping programme works, he noted. There have been no positive tests at the 2014 Games, he said.