Banned Australia sports scientist injured after shots fired at home


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  • Saturday, 23 Jul 2016

MELBOURNE (Reuters) - A sports scientist banned from working in Australia's top two professional leagues in the wake of a scandal over the use of peptides has suffered a minor injury after shots were fired at his Melbourne home, local media reported on Saturday.

Stephen Dank, 52, was discharged from hospital early on Saturday after being treated for a graze on his forehead caused by a fragment of a bullet fired at his house in Ascot Vale in the early hours of the morning, the ABC reported.

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