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AOC responds to Swimming Australia findings

19 April 2013

SWIMMING: Following the statement by Swimming Australia regarding their Integrity Panel Report, the Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) can update with the following:

"The AOC appointed Bret Walker SC to carry out an independent investigation into the conduct of the men's swimming relay team at the London Games, following their admission of using Stilnox in Manchester, and into any other conduct of concern by Team members during the Games.

"He has interviewed the relay team and others, but his investigation and report to the AOC is not yet complete. The AOC will ask Mr Walker to consider Swimming Australia's findings in completing his report."

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