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IOC slams Russia for breach of Olympic truce

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You mean the ROC? The country you let continue to enter the Olympics with a different name though the doping continues?

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Everyone should watch the movie Icarus where they show at the end that despite mounting evidence of doping by Russia, this man who is calling for peace let Russia enter the Olympics. This is just another farce by Bach.

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because everyone respects and listens to this Bach jackass, right? lol

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Bach not only allowed a quasi organization to be created to let in a country that's been caught doping constantly, but held the Games in China again which is supporting the Russian invasion by buying billions of rubles in wheat, thus helping to fund this whole dang thing.

Bach needs to take a long hard look into the mirror.

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How can the leader of the IOC legitimately criticize a nation that is neither participating nor represented at the Olympic games?

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Seven day truce either side of the Olympics. Of course Russia would agree as it allowed them time to build up their forces. Bach also showing humanitarianism for the Ukraine athletes. Err, what about the other 71 million people there?

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Is he a comedian? So he's fine if Russia invaded in a week's time, just not around Olympics.

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Russia uses Olympics as cover for invasions

Russia’s invasion of Georgia in 2008 took place during the summer Olympics in Beijing

The Kremlin’s invasion of Ukraine in 2014 took place during the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia

Beware Russian military build-ups when there's an Olympics going on

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