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NOC of Georgia voiced own version of luger’s death2010-02-18 17:56
Flaws of track in Whistler and mistake of organizers can be reasons of death of Nodar Kumaritashvili's, killed in accident while training, only several hours before the Olympics.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The supposition was voiced by the National Olympic Committee of Georgia at today's press conference - RIA Novosti. The president of the Committee, Giya Natsvliashvili, ruled out Nodar's being inexperienced.
He added that the "sportsman mustn't have fallen out of ice channel." "If it didn't happen, there would be nothing dangerous further," he noticed.
"In my view, it's a fault of the track. As for the further actions, let's wait for the results of the investigation and decide the rest with the family," Natsvliashvili said.
Vakhtang Gegelia, the vice president of the NOC of Georgia, two investigations are being conducted in Canada: in police and in the technical committee of the International Olympic Committee. "The conclusion of the IOC will be public and imply no criminal responsibility. As for the investigation of police, in case the prejudicial inquiry reveals signs of crime, a criminal case can be brought later," Gegelia explained.