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The Rundown: Doping suspensions, a win for religious expression in sport, and solo results galore!

Each week Canadian Running Staff writer Maddy Kelly and Shakeout host Kate Van Buskirk bring you a recap of the news, results and drama from the exciting world of running.

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This week on The Rundown we discuss anti-doping violations involving a world champion sprinter and an elite marathoner. We also talk about the trial of former IAAF president Lamine Diack. Diack is charged with corruption and money-laundering related to the Russian state-sponsored doping scandal. We share the story of Noor Abukaram who successfully advocated for Senate Bill 288, which allows religious apparel when participating in extracurricular activities. Plus, we recount even more exciting solo results and upcoming socially distanced races!

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RELATED: High school cross-country runner calls for religious expression legislation in sport

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