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Salazar appeals to CAS against his four-year ban

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Salazar appeals to CAS against his four-year ban

Salazar appeals to CAS against his four-year ban

Alberto Salazar appeals to the Court of Arbitration for Sport against his four-year ban for doping violations.

SHOWS: BIRMINGHAM, ENGLAND, UK (JULY 9, 2011) (ACTION IMAGES - ACCESS ALL) (MUTE 1.

STILL - ATHLETICS COACH ALBERTO SALAZAR AT PRESS CONFERENCE LAUSANNE, SWITZERLAND (FEBRUARY 18, 2019) (REUTERS - ACCESS ALL) 2.

EXTERNAL VIEWS OF COURT OF ARBITRATION FOR SPORT (CAS) (4 SHOTS) BIRMINGHAM, ENGLAND, UK (JULY 9, 2011) (ACTION IMAGES - ACCESS ALL) (MUTE) 3.

STILL - ATHLETICS COACH ALBERTO SALAZAR AT PRESS CONFERENCE INTERNET (SEPTEMBER 30, 2019) (NIKEOREGONPROJECT.COM - ACCESS ALL) (MUTE) 4.

STATEMENT ISSUED BY THE NIKE OREGON PROJECT, WITH SALAZAR STATING THAT HE IS SHOCKED BY THE OUTCOME, ADDING THAT HIS TREATMENT FROM USADA HAS BEEN "UNJUST, UNETHICAL AND HIGHLY DAMAGING" BEAVERTON, OREGON, UNITED STATES (OCTOBER 10, 2019) (REUTERS - ACCESS ALL) 5.

VARIOUS EXTERIORS OF NIKE HEADQUARTERS (5 SHOTS) BIRMINGHAM, ENGLAND, UK (JULY 9, 2011) (ACTION IMAGES - ACCESS ALL) (MUTE) 6.

STILL - ATHLETICS COACH ALBERTO SALAZAR AT PRESS CONFERENCE WITH ATHLETE MO FARAH BEIJING, CHINA (FILE - AUGUST 21, 2015) (REUTERS PICTURES - ACCESS ALL) (MUTE) 7.

STILL - ATHLETE GALEN RUPP STANDING BEHIND SALAZAR AT BIRD'S NEST STADIUM DURING 2015 WORLD ATHLETICS CHAMPIONSHIPS 8.

STILL - ATHLETE MO FARAH RUNNING PAST SALAZAR AT BIRD'S NEST STADIUM DURING 2015 WORLD ATHLETICS CHAMPIONSHIPS 9.

STILL - MO FARAH (WHITE SHIRT, BLUE SHORTS) AND GALEN RUPP (RED SHIRT) STANDING NEAR SALAZAR AT BIRD'S NEST STADIUM DURING 2015 WORLD ATHLETICS CHAMPIONSHIPS RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL (FILE - AUGUST 21, 2016) (POOL - ACCESS ALL) 10.

VARIOUS OF MO FARAH OF BRITAIN WITH HIS TWO RIO 2016 OLYMPIC GOLD MEDALS FOR THE 5,000 METRES AND THE 10,000 METRES BIRMINGHAM, ENGLAND, UK (MARCH 2, 2018) (REUTERS PICTURES - ACCESS ALL) (MUTE) 11.

ALBERTO SALAZAR (LEFT) AT THE WORLD INDOOR CHAMPIONSHIPS STORY: American Alberto Salazar, who has coached some of the world's top distance runners, has appealed against his four-year ban for doping violations, the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) said on Monday (November 11).

Salazar was given a four-year ban by the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) on Sept.

30 for "orchestrating and facilitating prohibited doping conduct" as head coach of the Nike Oregon Project (NOP), a camp designed primarily to develop U.S. endurance athletes.

CAS said in a statement that it had registered an appeal from Salazar and endocrinologist Jeffrey Brown, who also worked on the NOP project and was banned for four years.

Both have denied wrongdoing.

"At this stage, it appears that the hearings in these two matters are unlikely to take place before March 2020," said CAS.

Nike, which has since shut down the project, has previously said it would support Salazar's appeal.

(Production: Mike Brock)




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