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The two-time cross-country Olympic champion (season 2002, team sprint 2010) switched to biathlon two years ago.

The two-time cross-country Olympic champion (season 2002, team sprint 2010) switched to biathlon two years ago.

The two-time cross-country Olympic champion (2002 season, 2010 team sprint) switched to biathlon two years ago.

In the mass start competition

She just missed a medal in fourth. Initially, the DOSB did not want to issue any further comments on the case. Sachsenbacher-Stehle was initially unable to respond.

The 33-year-old from Reit im Winkl was suspended for five days on the day before the opening of the Winter Olympics in Turin because of high blood values ​​and had to watch the cross-country skiers’ opening race. At the time, she tearfully assured that she had never knowingly doped and that she often had higher hemoglobin levels at high levels. However, an application for a special permit was rejected by the FIS. In a long-term study, large fluctuations in the hemoglobin value were found later, but no limit values ​​were exceeded.

© GEPA pictures / Daniel Goetzhaber In Sochi, doping controls are the order of the day

Frenzel: «That’s a real hammer»

Combination Olympic champion Eric Frenzel could hardly believe the bad news. «That is quite a hammer,» said the 25-year-old before the name of Sachsenbacher-Stehle became known to the ARD “Sportschau”. Everyone is surprised that there could be something like this in Germany, because the doping control system is simply far too good. «That’s why it pulled your feet off the ground,» said Frenzel, one day after winning the silver medal with the Nordic combined team.

Before leaving for Sochi, the Chef de Mission had told Vesper that he was sure that the German team would start cleanly at the Winter Games. «Absolutely, that’s our goal,» he said at the time. Only athletes were nominated who were verifiably controlled. According to Vesper, every nominated athlete was tested again unannounced before the Winter Games, «because we want to leave no stone unturned in order to ensure clean sport».

Italian bobsleigh riders also tested positive

There is also a doping case in the Italian team. According to the National Olympic Committee of Italy (CONI), it is the bobsleigh pusher William Frullani, who is also known as an athletics all-rounder. The 34-year-old has already been excluded from the team after a positive test for a prohibited dietary supplement, said a CONI representative on Friday.

The prohibited substance is dymethylpentylamine, a stimulant that has been illegally added as a substance to many dietary supplements for years. The health-endangering preparations are advertised as «fat burners» and as products for «improving the oxygen capacity under heavy loads». Frullani stated that he ordered the banned substance from the United States via the Internet.

The IOC has set a record number of 2,453 tests at the Winter Games in Sochi until the closing ceremony on February 23.123essay Much of the urine and blood tests have already been done. More than 50 percent of the tests are carried out outside of the competition. There was a doping case at the 2010 Vancouver Winter Games.

Imprisonment after doping?

Germany’s Justice Minister Heiko Maas has announced a strict anti-doping law. «Both the possession and the use of doping agents should be made a criminal offense,» said Maas to the «Bild» newspaper. «In the future, doped athletes will no longer just be banned from competitions, but jailed.» Athletes and doping doctors would face sentences of up to five years.

A draft law should be presented this year in cooperation with the Ministry of the Interior. Even the possession of small amounts of doping substances should be made a criminal offense, for the time of competitions as well as the preparation and training time. «We owe it to the majority of honest athletes to finally act,» said the SPD politician Maas.

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The Olympics don’t just mean heats, qualifications and medal decisions. A lot of exciting and curious things also happen on the fringes of the competitions. What exactly can be found daily in the Olympia Telegram:

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The first case of beer goes to Barack Obama. The US President and Canada’s Prime Minister Stephen Harper had placed a bet ahead of their national teams’ two important ice hockey games at the Olympics. After the Canadians’ dramatic final success against the US women, Harper tweeted to Obama on Thursday: «I’m looking forward to the case of beer.» On Friday, part two of the American-Canadian double duel took place in Sochi: the men’s semi-finals.

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Peter Schröcksnadel defended host Russia on Friday, although he himself also changed hotels because the windows were too small («They were like loopholes») — and now has other problems. «For me, only the hot water went off, it was stupid when I showered.» What made ÖOC President Karl Stoss joke: «Hot showerers not hot showerers».

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If the Swiss tabloid «Blick» has its way, Austria House, which has also advanced to become a hotspot for international medalists, has earned the gold medal. The 2.3 million euro «Eating Temple» was the winner because of the culinary offer for fans outside and for VIPs and athletes inside. The Swiss house only received silver because the raclette ran out a few days ago. The cheese supply is said to have disappeared in Poland. In addition, «Blick» criticized certain waitresses who exude «the charm and friendliness of the People’s Police of the former GDR». The Holland House received bronze. For the Deutsches Haus, only sheet metal remained because of the stiff ambience and officials as «fun brakes».

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Jimmy Kimmel, the TV host of a popular late-night show in the USA, turned out to be the maker of the video that showed a wolf allegedly outside a room in the Olympic village. He had the corridor in front of the toboggan runner Kate Hansen’s room rebuilt in an elaborate manner in a studio and the trained Timberwolf mix «Rugby» did a lap in it.

The scene was posted on the 21-year-old’s YouTube profile and quickly made the rounds in the media.

In his show on Thursday evening, Kimmel revealed the secret and asked his decoy to smuggle a bear into the graduation ceremony.

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The Swiss ice hockey goalkeeper Florence Schelling could hardly enjoy the medal ceremony after winning the bronze medal. After a few hours of sleep, the most valuable female player (MVP) of the Olympic tournament flew back to Switzerland. On Friday, another training session with the Bülach men’s team was on the program, with which she will tackle the playoff of the highest Swiss amateur league.

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Exactly one month before the start of

Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics

Host Russia massively strengthens control around the spa on the Black Sea. Civil Protection Minister Vladimir Putschkov called thousands

Security forces to increased vigilance

on. From this Tuesday onwards, an unprecedented security zone will apply in an area of ​​hundreds of square kilometers around Sochi.

The Islamic conflict area of ​​the North Caucasus, in which terrorists are fighting for an «emirate» that is independent of Moscow, is only a few hundred kilometers away. It’s about 700 kilometers to Volgograd, where radical Islamists killed dozens of people in two attacks just over a week ago.

Putin’s total control

«All protective measures at the Winter Games are of the highest international standard,» said Putschkov from the Ria Novosti state agency on Monday. Previously, Kremlin chief Vladimir Putin had personally examined the preparations for his prestige project during a «total control».

Host Russia wants to hand over all sports facilities to the International Olympic Committee (IOC) on Tuesday. The giant empire is planning the most expensive winter games in history at officially around 37.5 billion euros. The authorities refer to the explanation of immense expenditure on infrastructure. The region is to become an international winter sports center.

Central stadium not finished yet

Russia had repeatedly emphasized that all sports facilities would be completed on time. However, work was still in progress on the central «Fisht» stadium, where the opening ceremony is planned. Meanwhile, a new church opened at the entrance to the Olympic Park. The first service was planned for Tuesday, for Orthodox Christmas.

On the palm-lined Black Sea coast in Sochi, the temperatures at the beginning of the week were around eleven degrees Celsius. However, there has been enough snow for weeks in the mountains around the town of Krasnaya Polyana, where the ski competitions will take place. The state weather service announced snow-sure games. To be on the safe side, the organizers have stored tons of snow in depots.

A new alternative route around the city is to relieve the chronically congested streets of Sochi. The new route should also be inaugurated on Tuesday. In future, however, drivers with non-local license plates will only be allowed to enter Sochi after having registered in advance. The authorities emphasized that there are several parking spaces outside the city where vehicles can be parked.

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The US is not sending high-ranking officials to the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia. The White House delegation at the opening and closing ceremonies will not include cabinet members, the White House announced on Tuesday (local time). However, it put prominent, homosexual athletes on the list of American representatives.

The US delegation includes homosexual athletes such as the former top tennis player and gay rights activist Billie Jean King or the medalist in ice hockey, Caitlin Cahow. Former Secretary of Homeland Security and current Head of the University of California, Janet Napolitano, will lead the presidential delegation at the opening ceremony. Deputy Secretary of State William Burns will take on this role at the graduation ceremony. The White House had appointed First Lady Michelle Obama as head of the delegation for the 2012 Summer Games in London.

Prior to this, high-ranking personalities from other countries such as Federal President Joachim Gauck, EU Commissioner Viviane Reding and French President François Hollande had announced that they would not go to the Olympic Winter Games in Sochi.

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The Austrians entered the first Olympic ski jumping competition at the Winter Games in Sochi with such high hopes. But it wasn’t supposed to be this Sunday in Krasnaya Polyana. The

Michael Hayböck was so dominant in training and qualification

In the end he had to be content with fifth place, 0.3 points behind Thomas Diethart, who missed the podium even with sheet metal.

On that day, the medals went to Poland, Slovenia and Norway: with World Cup Leader Kamil Stoch, overall runner-up Peter Prevc and Anders Bardal, overall World Cup winner 2011/12, there were no strangers on the podium. Stoch flew with 105.5 and 103.5 meters for the first time since 1972 to win gold in the jumping hills for Poland — at that time in Sapporo it was Wojziech Fortuna. Even the great Adam Malysz never became an Olympic champion.

While this trio was cheering about the outcome, the interview series was torture for some Austrians. First and foremost Gregor Schlierenzauer, who has set himself so much for these games and who is only missing an Olympic gold medal in his success puzzle. With 96 and 101 meters, the 52-time World Cup winner was only in eleventh place — too little for the 24-year-old Tyrolean.

Schlierenzauer fights back tears

«They were just bad jumps. It almost reflected the season a bit, that there are simply two or three mistakes and that the jump isn’t right,» said Schlierenzauer to the APA — Austria Press Agency. «The stupid thing is that if I catch it, and sometimes I really manage a good (jump) like yesterday in qualifying, then I’ll be at the front.


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