In this photo taken on Friday, Jan. 12, 2018, visitors drive past a restaurant now occupying the former building the Olympic anti-doping laboratory in Sochi, Russia. The building at the center of a doping scandal which rocked the 2014 Winter Olympics now hosts a bar and restaurant cashing in on its notoriety amid a tourism boom.
In this photo taken on Friday, Jan. 12, 2018, visitors drive past a restaurant now occupying the former building the Olympic anti-doping laboratory in Sochi, Russia. The building at the center of a doping scandal which rocked the 2014 Winter Olympics now hosts a bar and restaurant cashing in on its notoriety amid a tourism boom. Artur Lebedev AP Photo
In this photo taken on Friday, Jan. 12, 2018, visitors drive past a restaurant now occupying the former building the Olympic anti-doping laboratory in Sochi, Russia. The building at the center of a doping scandal which rocked the 2014 Winter Olympics now hosts a bar and restaurant cashing in on its notoriety amid a tourism boom. Artur Lebedev AP Photo

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