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Athletes took photographs of their drug forms so that the samples could be identified later and switched, according to the story. By the end of the Olympics, Rodchenko said as many as dirty urine samples were expunged. Three gold medalists were listed on a spreadsheet of athletes provided by Rodchenkov, the newspaper reported. Read Next.
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Russia used pee-swapping spies to get away with massive Olympics doping
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Russian doctors and athletes ‘switched urine samples’ at Sochi Olympics
The former head of the Russian Anti-Doping Agency has revealed his part in an astonishing state-run doping programme before and during the Winter Olympics in Sochi, which included supplying banned performance-enhancing substances to at least 15 medal winners and substituting tainted urine samples with clean ones during the Games so that they passed doping tests. Dr Grigory Rodchenkov, the director of the Moscow anti-doping laboratory from , claimed he helped dozens of Russian athletes with a cocktail of banned substances including metenolone, trenbolone and oxandrolone which he mixed with alcohol. To improve the absorption of the steroids and shorten the detection window, he dissolved the drugs in Chivas whisky for male athletes and Martini vermouth for women. Among those Rodchenkov claimed to have helped cheat were the bobsleigher Alexander Zubkov, who won two golds in Sochi; the cross-country skier Alexander Legkov, who won gold and silver; and Alexander Tretiakov, who won gold in the skeleton competition.
On their way to the rocket, the crew — or at least Russian cosmonaut Sergey Prokopyev — did something odd: Reportedly, as in the past, the bus transporting them would stop, and the male crewmembers will urinate on the back-right tire of their ride. Apparently, they were paying tribute to the first human in space — Yuri Gagarin. The cosmonaut, who launched April 12, , from the same cosmodrome, had to "go" on the way to the rocket … and the rest is history. Various other Gagarin tributes also come into play for launch crews — they also visit Gagarin's grave in the Kremlin Wall Necropolis in Moscow.