Valerie Adams has decided not to pursue legal action against
disgraced Belarusian shot putter Nadzeya Ostapchuk, who
accused Adams of taking drugs.
Olympic shot-put champion Valerie Adams is anxious to get her
hands on the gold medal she was denied by a drug cheat but is
steeling herself for what could be a long wait.
Shamed Belarusian shot-putter Nadezhda Ostapchuk has gone on
the attack, accusing rival Valerie Adams of using steroids in
In the immediate aftermath of her silver medal at the London
Olympics, Valerie Adams was beyond consoling and wanted
answers with regards to the administrative stuff-up that
created unnecessary stress for her on "game" day.
Nadezhda Ostapchuk claims her drug test returned positive
because she was framed by a former athletics head coach, who
allegedly extorted money from athletes with the threat of
positive drug tests.
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