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But Bishop and other Canadian athletes recognize the COC decision was made to protect not only the health of athletes, but also public health.

The Olympics is what we work for for so long. Police say there are several other suspects ggames in this case and more charges could be added.

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This is humanity, our entire humanity is based on this decision. Since then, her and her husband Osi have welcomed their daughter Corrine into the world.

Both of those cases have been bound over to Superior Court. She finished fourth in Rio with a Canadian record time of That is the gmaes of our careers.

Court: pimp and prostitution case reveals suspects met on 'skip the games' website

Testimony in court revealed fhe Columbus police got a tip from Rodgers Police Department in Arkansas that there could be some trafficking happening in Columbus. All rights reserved.

But most athletes who have commented online, including two-time Olympian Melissa Bishop, agree the COC made the right decision.