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World Athletics chief Sebastian Coe on doping during coronavirus crisis: ‘You will get caught’

By DW
25 April 2020   |   9:30 am
Fewer doping tests have taken place in track and field due to the coronavirus. In an exclusive interview with DW, World Athletics President Sebastian Coe sent a clear message to potential cheaters: 'You will get caught.'

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