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MOSCOW, April 5. /TASS/. The All-Russian Athletics Federation (ARAF) has not received any documents on suspension of hammer thrower Tatyana Beloborodova (Lysenko) for violation of anti-doping regulations, ARAF president Dmitry Shlyakhtin said Tuesday.
On Tuesday, the Associated Press reported that Olympic hammer throw champion Beloborodova was suspended for anti-doping violations. Earlier, media carried reports that double-checked doping samples of 18 Russians at the 2005 World Championships in Athletics turned out to be positive.
"We have no documents on a positive sample result of Beloborodova during the 2005 World Championships," Shlyakhtin said.
Beloborodova is the 2012 Olympic champion and the winner of the 2013 wold championship in Moscow. In mid-February 2015, she delivered a child and in three months she resumed training.