Apr 1, 2013
Let's be smart
Scientists stick by Veerpalu
They said their test showed that the World Anti-Doping Agency's test was unreliable.
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This is a Friday, Feb. 20, 2009 file photo of Estonia's gold medal winner Andrus Veerpalu skis during the Men's 15k Interval Start race at the Cross Country competitions of the Nordic World Ski Championships in Liberec, Czech Republic.
The Winnipeg Free Press
CAS lifts 3-year ban for Olympic ski champion Veerpalu despite suspicions he doped with HGH
Two-time Olympic cross-country skiing champion Andrus Veerpalu won his appeal Tuesday against a three-year doping ban, even though sport's highest court suspects he did cheat with human growth hormone.
The Baltic Times
Scientists stick by Veerpalu - The Baltic Times
A team of Tartu University Ph.D.s disclosed the results of a 1.5-year long study on the scandalous doping case of Estonian double Olympic gold medalist Andrus Veerpalu, ahead of a decision by the Court of Arbitration for Sport to postpone again a ruling in the case, reports ERR.
Let's be smart
In Veerpalu doping case, Tartu researchers say WADA is wrong
Ahead of a decision Thursday by the Court of Arbitration for Sport to again postpone a ruling in the doping case of two-time Olympic gold medalist Andrus Veerpalu, a team of Estonian Ph.D.s disclosed the findings of a 1.5-year study which they said categorically shows that the World Anti-Doping Association's test is unreliable.