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Australian Olympic Committee's John Coates Quiet On Ian Campbell's Gold Push

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 07 / 30 / 15

The Australian Olympic Committee "has refused to comment or offer support as yet for the push to correct past Olympic wrongs and for Australian athletes to be awarded medals" retrospectively, according to Michael Gleeson of THE AGE. AOC President John Coates has said that he will wait for the IAAF "...

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