There are actual quotes from Yuna after the competition in which she complimented Adelina, declined to make comparisons between Adelina's performances and her own, and declined to make an issue about the scoring.
The IOC "student reporter" could've taken any of those REAL quotes and used it in the article, but for some reason, decided to fabricate quotes from Yuna, which basically eliminated any reference to a controversy and which tied in to the Youth Olympic Games. That's wrong. Fake quotes are fake quotes. Yuna wants nothing to do with the controversy, but she should not be expected to endorse any cover-up either. I don't think Yuna is less magnanimous because her agency didn't want fake quotes posted in an article on the Olympics official website.