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PARIS, December 5. /TASS/. Russian athlete Tatiana Andrianova will be deprived of the bronze medal at 2005 Championships at distance of 800 m for violation of anti-doping rules, the International Association of Athletics Federations reported on its website.
Her name appeared in the list of "athletes declared to have committed an anti-doping rule violation and sanctioned with a period of ineligibility in accordance with IAAF Rules. Athletes will become automatically re-eligible after expiry of the period of ineligibility, upon completion of the reinstatement requirements prescribed under IAAF Rule 40.12."
The Russian athlete’s test on 09.08.05 was positive for Stanozolol. The Association disqualifies results from August 9, 2005 through to August 8, 2007. The disqualification period for her will expire on September 21, 2017.
Thus, the bronze medal of the Championships of 2005 will go to Mozambique’s Maria Mutola.