According to the Slovenia Ski Association (SAS), there are “serious doubts” over the validity of a 2014 Winter Olympic qualifier that saw violinist Vanessa-Mae Vanakorn Nicholson secure her place at Sochi.
Vanessa-Mae, 35, qualified days before the deadline after competing in the hastily-staged races in Slovenia.
Four Slovenian ski officials have been suspended but SAS director Yuri Zurej said no athletes are facing an inquiry.
Yuri Zurej said irregularities they had discovered included the SAS being incorrectly named as co-organizer of the event, while one competitor was recorded as finishing fourth, despite not actually being present.
The Singaporean-born British violinist and alpine skier competed at Sochi for Thailand under her father’s name Vanakorn.
Vanessa-Mae finished last of 67 competitors in the giant slalom, 50 seconds adrift of winner Tina Maze.
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