BERLIN (Reuters) – IOC President Thomas Bach confirmed more positive test has showed up from during retesting of samples from London 2012. Twenty three athletes from five sports tested positive for banned drugs in re-checks of 265 samples from the 2012 London Olympics. “These re-analyses show, once again, our determination in the fight against doping,” Bach said. “We want to keep the dopers away from the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.”I have already appointed a disciplinary commission which has the full power to take all the decisions on behalf of the IOC,” he saidLast week the organisation found 31 athletes from six sports who could be banned from Rio for failing doping tests when 454 samples were re-examined from the 2008 Beijing OlympicsThe results, part of the IOC’s re-testing of samples from past Games to keep cheats from competing at the Rio de Janeiro Olympics in August, involved athletes from six different national teams four years ago.
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