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Olympian and former University of Reading student Sam Townsend has become the next victim of an attack by Russian hackers as he becomes the next British athlete to have his medical records released.
The hacking group, who are known as Fancy Bears, recently hacked the World Anti Doping Agency (WADA) and have been releasing the files in batches, revealing health files of athletes from Great Britain and the USA.
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