Russian London Marathon Winner Must Repay Prize After DopingBy
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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