Fancy Bears' Hack Team Strikes IAAF2017-07-05

Greetings citizens of the world!

Fancy Bears' hack team thanks the journalists from The Sunday Times, Der Spiegel, The New York Times and Flotrack for publishing our leaks. Their articles have boosted the USADA investigation into the Nike Oregon Project. We hope our joint efforts would help to prosecute coach Alberto Salazar and doctor Jeffrey Brown who practiced illegal schemes in NOP. We believe that one day our cooperation will save the world from doping and corruption in sports.

Today we publish the materials leaked from the IAAF officials in order to show the scale of doping violations in track and field and to expose inefficiency of anti-doping control.

The case of the Italian athlete Alex Schwazer may serve as an example. His story is the most vivid representation of government involvement in the international investigation process in order to disguise anti-doping rule violations.

The case of the American female runner Molly Beckwith-Ludlow is outstanding as well. Her investigation files demonstrate discriminating and cynical nature of the current anti-doping control system. On the one hand the system patronizes some athletes by means of therapeutic use exemptions, on the other it applies a severe punishment to the expectant mother.

You may find other examples of anti-doping control inefficiency below.

We are Anonymous.
We are Legion.
We do not forgive.
We do not forget.
Expect us.

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