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Clubbiness of IOC makes its awful handling of Valieva case even worse (USA TODAY) It was impossible to watch Kamila Valieva’s implosion and not be utterly horrified, and International Olympic Committee president Thomas Bach was rightfully harsh Friday in his reaction to it. Avoiding specific mention of coach Eteri Tutberidze, he condemned her complete lack of empathy for the 15-year-old and expressed concern that Valieva will continue to be in harm’s way after she leaves the Winter Games in Beijing.

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