Sign up, start voting on articles and create your own news feeds! | Login | Create a free account
Your weather just got better.
Share |

Russian anti-doping body remains suspended, says WADA

Russian anti-doping agency RUSADA remains suspended, following allegations of a state-run drugs programme in sports, the world anti-doping agency WADA said on Thursday.

“Nothing has changed,’’ WADA director general Olivier Niggli said after a meeting of its executive committee in Canada.

WADA’s main condition for the reinstatement of RUSADA is that Russia recognises the report of lawyer Richard McLaren into state-controlled doping in Russia.

“Moscow has refused to do so but a written Russian reaction is currently being studied by WADA,’’ RUSADA supervisory board member Sergei Chrytschkov said.

Report says WADA also wants access...


Published By: Vanguard - Thursday, 17 May