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'Kim's Gold Heist' Sotnikova: "No one can take what's mine!"

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Adelina Sotnikova (RUS), who has been dogged by 'doping allegations', has made no secret of her determination to win gold. The Russian skater, who won the gold medal in the women's singles figure skating event at the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics over Kim Yeon-ah, addressed the recent reignited doping scandal. "Throughout the past week, I, my team, and those around me have received a huge amount of calls and messages asking for our views on the suddenly inflated media reports," Sotnikova said on her personal channel on Wednesday (December 12). "I understand that this information will always be quoted and get a lot of views. But the media has already said that I used banned substances. Guys, you can't do that," he said.

Already Sotnikova recently appeared on a Russian YouTube channel and said, "I tested positive for doping in 2014. I had to go to trial, but the second sample did not reveal any problems," she said. She was speaking about the pressure of competing in the Olympics as a Russian athlete when she revealed her positive doping test. Sotnikova has been in the 토토사이트 news for taking banned substances several times, most notably in 2016 when she was accused of doping. The video was taken down the day of the controversy. The video was removed the day of the controversy.

Now that the issue of Stonykova's declaration of conscience has been brought back into the spotlight, the Korean Sports Federation (KSF) is working with the Korea Anti-Doping Agency (KADA) to compile relevant data. Based on past cases, it is expected to request the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to reopen the case against Sotnikova.

However, Sotnikova changed her position. "In 2014, they said I should go to trial (after testing positive for doping), but then they decided there was no problem," Sotnikova said. There are a number of realistic options behind the phrase 'found positive for doping'. From a confirmed dirty sample, to a damaged tube, to problems with the transportation and storage of the sample by the doping officer," she wrote. Sotnikova also wrote: "Information can be distorted to somehow blame the Russian athlete. Neither then nor now, the international doping system has no questions for me."

Sotnikova's comments crossed the line. "No one can take away the most important thing from me (a gold medal)," Sotnikova said. Sochi 2014, the time spent on the podium, the Russian anthem, the eyes of the fans, and the incredible feeling. The feeling that I did something worthwhile for my country."

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