LONDON — A Ukrainian weightlifter was stripped of her bronze medal from the 2012 London Olympics on Wednesday, the first athlete formally disqualified by the IOC after the retesting of doping samples from the past two Summer Games.

Yulia Kalina, who finished third in the 58-kilogram division in London, tested positive for the steroid turinabol in reanalysis of her stored samples and was retroactively disqualified from the games, the International Olympic Committee said.

A three-man disciplinary panel stripped her of the medal and ordered her to return it.

The IOC asked the international weightlifting federation to revise the results and consider any further sanctions against Kalina, who could face a two-year ban.

The IOC recorded 55 positive results – 32 from Beijing and 23 from London – in the retesting program, which used enhanced techniques to catch cheats who escaped detection at the time. The Russian Olympic Committee has said 22 of the cases involved Russian athletes, including medalists.

IOC PRESIDENT Thomas Bach says international Olympic officials will try to find “the right balance between collective responsibility and individual justice” in dealing with Russian doping ahead of the games in Rio de Janeiro.

Bach says “the right to individual justice applies to every athlete in the world.”

Bach spoke in a telephone interview Wednesday with The Associated Press and two other international news agencies.

His comments came five days before the release of a report by Canadian law professor Richard McLaren into allegations of a state-sponsored Russian doping conspiracy at the 2014 Winter Games in Sochi.

Bach says “it is obvious that you cannot sanction or punish a badminton player for infringement of rules or manipulation by an official or lab director in the Winter Games.”

GOLF: Angelo Que of the Philippines has become the 20th male golfer to pull out of the Olympics.

Que says the main reason for his withdrawal is the Zika virus. The 37-year-old Filipino says he has given it a lot of thought and believes he is making the right decision. He says the health of his family comes first and he does not want to put himself at risk. He has three victories on the Asian Tour, most recently in 2010.

Next on the list to replace Que will be Rodolfo Cazaubon on Mexico, meaning there still will be 34 countries represented in men’s golf.

BEACH VOLLEYBALL: Kerri Walsh Jennings is the subject of a new documentary The 45-minute film, scheduled to debut five days before the opening ceremony of the Rio de Janeiro Games, includes MRI scans of her shoulder, along with footage from the operating room where Walsh Jennings had one of the four surgeries she needed to get back to the Olympics for a fifth time.

“It seemed like such a big honor and such a big opportunity to show everything that goes into it,” Walsh Jennings said. “We’re a pretty open-book family; we kind of lead with our hearts. There’s nothing to hide.”

Produced by Tribeca Digital Studios and Dick’s Sporting Goods Films, “Kerri Walsh Jennings: Gold Within” will debut on July 31 on NBC and give a more in-depth view of the athlete’s journey to Rio than the short, vignettes the network will air during the games.