Two American athletes used cocaine before the Olympic games in 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, according to British newspaper The Guardian , citing documents obtained from a hacker group Fancy Bears.

Tuesday Fancy Bears on his official page in social network Facebook has posted information that he received access to the correspondence of the representatives of the world anti-doping Agency (WADA) with members of the us anti-doping Agency (USADA).

According to the publication, letters between the representatives of WADA and USADA, which was available to the hackers, contain conversations about a famous American athlete with a suspicious blood test, and at least two American athletes who have used banned substance cocaine before the Olympic games in 2016 with the aim of reducing weight.

Also the hackers managed to access personal data head of WADA Craig reedy, including his home number.

Hacker group Fancy Bears a few months ago hacked into ADAMS, then the beginning parts to publish documents showing that many titled athletes in different years have taken a prohibited substance for therapeutic purposes. Currently laid out six lists, which included a total of 127 athletes from different countries, notes TASS.



Two American athletes accused of cocaine use before the 2016 Olympics 26.11.2016

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