Coe says the IAAF has nothing to hide.
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Embattled IAAF President Sebastian Coe has insisted that his organization did not cover up positive drugs tests by Russian athletes, in TV interviews aired Wednesday.A second report by a World Anti-doping Agency independent commission to be published Thursday will shine further light on doping in Russian athletics, but Coe says that the IAAF has nothing to hide.The first WADA independent commission report, published in November last year, led to the IAAF banning Russian athletes from taking part in international competitions.Lamine Diack, who Coe succeeded as IAAF president last August, is under investigation by French prosecutors over allegations that he took bribes to hush up positive tests by Russian athletes.
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