2012 London Olympics: FINA Releases Statement Supporting Ye Shiwen

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LONDON, England, August 1. WITH the controversy continuing to surround China's Ye Shiwen at the 2012 London Olympics, FINA released a statement in support of the 16-year-old world record holder.

Following recent comments reported in the media, FINA would like to clearly state that there is no factual basis to support this kind of insinuations related to the performances of the Chinese swimmer, Shiwen Ye.

This athlete has fulfilled all of the FINA Doping Control obligations, having been tested on four occasions in the last twelve months, including twice before the Chinese Olympic Trials in 2012.

FINA is a leading International Federation in the fight against doping and its policy aims at ensuring a drug-free sport in all of its aquatic disciplines.

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