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Bobsledder Nadezhda Sergeeva, who was 12th, tested positive for an angina medication that affects metabolism and is on the World Anti-Doping Agency's list of banned substances.

"It's a lot of emotion for us and just being there, enjoy what we did, I feel it's that we need to remember from the Games", she said.

Nadezhda Sergeeva, the pilot of the Russian two-woman bobsled team that finished 12th in Pyeonchang, was captured wearing the sweatshirt at the Winter Olympic Village in Pyeongchang in a YouTube video that has since been deleted.

She was among 169 Russian athletes cleared to compete as neutrals at Pyeongchang 2018 by the IOC.

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The 30 year-old Sergeeva has previously failed a test for Meldonium, becoming one of over 100 athletes to fall foul of the drug's re-classification in 2016.

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The drug Sergeeva tested positive for, a stimulant called trimetazidine, is generally used as a heart medication, Time reports.

Saturday's announcement comes after Russian curler Alexander Krushelnitsky agreed to hand back his mixed-team bronze medal after testing positive for meldonium, which can aid in endurance.

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Yesterday the Court of Arbitration for Sport officially found Krushelnitsky guilty of breaching anti-doping regulations and formally stripped him of his medal.

Russian Federation had been banned from participating as a nation in this year's winter games after investigators said they uncovered a vast and government-sanctioned doping program to boost the country's competitors during the 2014 games, AP reports.

It added that a test on 18 February came back positive but a previous one on 13 February had showed a clean result. A senior I.O.C. official, who is aware of the panel's thinking, said they would likely not take the new failed test into consideration because the process of evaluating and confirming the sample was not yet complete.

Russian officials, for their part, are pinning these new doping allegations exclusively on the athletes.

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