The international Olympic Committee (IOC) will not deprive the freestyle wrestler Besik Kudukhov silver medals in the Olympic games 2012 in London. The investigation against the Russian athlete, who died in a car accident in December 2013, discontinued.

This was announced by first Vice-President of Federation of wrestling of Russia (FWR) George Bryusov, quoted by the press service of the organization.

Besik Kudukhov became the silver medalist of the 2012 Games, losing in the final to Azeri Toghrul Asgarov.

Taken from him in London the doping test did not reveal violations, however, the cross-checking samples And conducted this year, revealed the metabolites of dehydrochlormethyltestosterone (turinabol).

The head of the IOC Thomas Bach gave the order to create the Commission for its consideration of this case, composed of Swedes Denis Oswald and Gunilla Lindberg, and Dr. Ugur Turk.

For violating anti-doping rules, the Russian citizen could be stripped of Olympic medals, but on 19 October the Commission adopted a decision on termination of investigation against Kudukhov.

The IOC decided not to take an Olympic medal to the deceased wrestler from Russia 24.10.2016

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