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FILE In this Saturday, April 7, 2012 file photo, Australia's Anna Meares, center, Germany's Kristina Vogel, right, and Russia's Yekaterina Gnidenko celebrate with their medals won in the women's Keirin at the Track Cycling World Championships in Melbourne, Australia. The International Cycling Union said Yekaterina Gnidenko was suspended after failing a doping test on a sample taken shortly before the 2012 London Olympics, though it was not immediately clear if this was part of the IOC retesting program. (AP Photo/Andrew Brownbill, file)

FILE In this Saturday, April 7, 2012 file photo, Australia's Anna Meares, center, Germany's Kristina Vogel, right, and Russia's Yekaterina Gnidenko celebrate with their medals won in the women's Keirin at the Track Cycling World Championships in Melbourne, Australia. The International Cycling Union said Yekaterina Gnidenko was suspended after failing a doping test on a sample taken shortly before the 2012 London Olympics, though it was not immediately clear if this was part of the IOC retesting program. (AP Photo/Andrew Brownbill, file)

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