The Russian delegation at the Olympics in Pyeongchang has told the CBC that it has received official notification from the International Olympic Committee (IOC) of a possible doping violation by one of its athletes.
Konstantin Vybornov, a spokesperson for the Olympic Athletes from Russia (OAR), said that no names could be released before the testing of a "B" sample.
The IOC acknowledged a possible violation in a statement to CBC, stating that it can't comment on individual cases while the procedure is still ongoing.
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