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Editorial: Russian Olympic redemption, Step 1: Admit abuses

At an indoor track meet in Siberia in January, 36 Russian athletes suddenly withdrew, many of them claiming to be sick. Certainly a strange coincidence, but not so strange when you consider who showed up at the meet: a team of anti-doping testers on a surprise visit.

The episode, which Russian sports officials say they are investigating, suggests that

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