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Skiing - 11 Mar 2003
The British Olympic Association (BOA) today confirmed that the skier, Alain Baxter, has successfully appealed against a BOA bye-law which states that any person found guilty of a doping offence is ineligible for consideration as a future member of the Great Britain Olympic Team.
Skiing - Alpine - 16 Oct 2002
After an unprecedented six weeks of deliberation, The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) today (16/10/02) cleared Alain Baxter of any suspicion that the slalom skier had intended to cheat through the use of a US Vicks nasal inhaler prior to the Men's Slalom event at the Olympic Winter Games in Salt Lake City. However, they felt unable to overturn the original decision of the IOC to strip him of his medal, based on the IOC's strict liability policy.
Skiing - 05 Jun 2002
The International Ski Federation (FIS) Council met today (3/6/02) in Portoroz, Slovenia, to decide on the sanction which will be applied to Alain Baxter, Britian's leading Alpine Ski racer.
Skiing - 11 Apr 2002
Alain Baxter (27, Aviemore), today (11/4/02), lodged an appeal with the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) in Lausanne, in an attempt to overturn the recent IOC decision to strip him of his Olympic slalom bronze and disqualify him from the Deer Valley race.
Skiing - Nordic combined - 26 Feb 2001
The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has confirmed that unannounced testing occurred yesterday on a significant number of the Finnish Nordic ski team during the FIS Nordic Ski World Championship in Lahti, Finland.
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