A UK Athletics review into Mo Farah’s high performance training system has found “no evidence of impropriety”.
The BBC’s Panorama programme accused Farah’s coach, Alberto Salazar, of practising doping techniques with other athletes, which he strenuously denies.
There is no suggestion that Briton Farah, 32, has been involved in doping.
UK Athletics added that there was no reason to question Salazar’s Oregon Project’s training regime for the double Olympic champion.
In a statement, UK Athletics said it was announcing the initial findings of “the first and most vital objective of the review”, but that a full report would be made public sometime after the World Championships in Beijing next month.
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