Mo Farah's medical records to be analyzed by UK Athletics
08 June 2015, 16:21
London - Mo Farah's medical data will be analyzed in an independent investigation ordered by the governing body of British athletics, in light of the doping claims against the double Olympic champion's American coach.
Ed Warner, chairman of UK Athletics, said Monday the investigation will look at "blood data, supplements data — everything surrounding his medical treatment," adding on BBC radio "we need to make sure there's nothing else there we haven't seen, we're not aware of."
In a story by ProPublica and the BBC published last week, long-distance running coach Alberto Salazar was accused of using doping practices for his athletes at the Nike Oregon Project.
Farah, who is Salazar's star athlete, withdrew from the Diamond League event in Birmingham on Sunday so he could return to the United States and "seek answers to my questions."
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