Farah won two Olympic golds with Salazar.
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Britain's double Olympic champion Mo Farah reiterated Wednesday he was "100 percent clean" as doping allegations continued to swirl around coach Alberto Salazar.Significantly, Farah has not been accused of wrongdoing but the winner of the 5,000- and 10,000-meter at the 2012 London Olympics feels his name is being tarnished by association and he again said Wednesday he would stop working with Salazar were the allegations upheld.Last month, a BBC/ProPublica documentary alleged that former New York Marathon champion Salazar, a 56-year-old Cuban-born American, violated anti-doping rules by administering testosterone to American distance runner Galen Rupp in 2002 when Rupp – a training partner of Farah – was only 16, and encouraging misuse of prescription drugs.When the allegations first came to light, Farah withdrew from the Diamond League meeting in Birmingham, central England, in order to question Salazar.
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