British Olympic star Mo Farah has shrugged off the leaking of his personal medical records by Russian hackers, insisting he has nothing to hide. The information, which relates to two therapeutic use exemptions (TUEs) he was granted so he could take medicine that would otherwise be banned, was stolen from the World Anti-Doping Agency’s data storage system. Farah is among 66 international athletes, including 17 from Team GB, who have had their TUEs published online by the so-called Fancy Bears, with 26 in Monday’s batch.
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ORIGINAL SOURCE: Daily Mail