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It is reported that one ancient Greek athlete ate dried figs to enhance training.

Is the sentence above correct? Can I change it to the sentence below?

One ancient Greek athlete is reported to have eaten dried figs to enhance training.

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    Yes, both sentences are correct, and they have the same meaning. – Lorel C. Apr 9 at 21:03
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Yes, you are correct:

It is reported that one ancient Greek athlete ate dried figs to enhance training.

and

One ancient Greek athlete is reported to have eaten dried figs to enhance training.

are both correct and have the same meaning.

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