A Friday, Nov. 13, 2015 photo from files showing Russian Sports Minister Vitaly Mutko speaking at his meeting with the media in Moscow. (AP Photo/Ivan Sekretarev, File)
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Russia's sports minister Monday shuffled off blame over allegations in a German documentary that the country is still violating strict anti-doping criteria as it struggles to overturn a ban before the Rio Olympics.According to the German documentary, a suspended coach has been identified continuing to work with athletes in an isolated Russian province, while another named trainer is still distributing doping substances.Antselovich replaced ex-RUSADA boss Nikita Kamayev, who resigned last year over the allegations and died suddenly of a heart attack in February aged just 52 .Footage is also shown which is believed to be of a senior coach, who is currently suspended because of doping allegations, as he continues to coach a group of athletes in the far-flung province of Gubkin, central Russia.
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