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Mo Farah's medical data will be analyzed in an independent investigation ordered by the governing body of British athletics, in light of the doping claims against the double Olympic champion's American coach.In a story by American investigative journalism group ProPublica and the BBC, published last week, long-distance running coach Alberto Salazar was accused of using doping practices for his athletes at the Nike Oregon Project.Farah, the world and Olympic 5,000 and 10,000-meter champion, is Salazar's star athlete. Salazar has denied any wrongdoing.Salazar is an endurance consultant to U.K. athletics.Farah has said he will not break ties with Salazar as there is no clear evidence against the American.
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