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MOSCOW, September 23. /TASS/. Serbian professional basketball player Milos Teodosic and Swiss professional road bicycle racer Fabian Cancellara are on the new list published by the Fancy Bears hackers detailing the athletes who have used doping.
The doping test of Teodosic from January 14, 2016 included dexamethasone, and the doping test of Olympic medalist Cancellara from May 18, 2013 had methylprednisolone.
The list has a total of 41 athletes from 13 countries. Among them is Britain’s racing cyclist Stephen Cummings, who won silver at the 2004 Olympics, and South Africa’s swimmer Cameron Van Der Burgh.
There are no Russians on the list.
This is already the fifth list revealed by the hacking group. Earlier it published four batches of documents showing that athletes from various countries had permission for the therapeutic use of doping. The list included only one Russian athlete - boxer Misha Aloyan, the silver medalist at the Rio Olympics.
The first batch of documents was published by the hacker group on September 13, containing personal data of four US athletes - gymnast Simone Biles, tennis players Serena and Venus Willians and basketball player Elena Delle Donne.