Russian London Marathon Winner Must Repay Prize After Doping

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  • Shobukhova must return 378,000 pounds for 2010, 2011 races
  • Runner banned by international athletics body for cheating

Liliya Shobukhova, who won the 2010 London Marathon and was runner-up the following year, was ordered to return 378,000 pounds ($499,000) in prize money to race organizers, nearly a year after the Russian was banned for doping by the athletic’s international governing body.

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