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13 countries have opposed restoration of the Russian sport


The anti-doping agencies of 13 states in the open letter to the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) have urged not to restore the Russian Anti-Doping Agency (RUSADA). The message is posted on the website of the British anti-doping agency (UKAD). Heads of the anti-doping agencies of Great Britain, the USA, Canada, Germany, Japan, Australia, Austria, Finland, Ireland, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway and Poland have joined the petition. Authors of the letter claim that RUSADA hasn't executed two criteria for restoration: didn't recognize the report of the head of the independent commission of WADA Richard McLaren on dope in Russia and hasn't allowed officers of the agency in the Moscow anti-doping laboratory. They consider unacceptable the compromise offered WADA of Russia. Materials on teme00:01 — on December 5, 2017 "I will destroy all Olympic sport in Russia" Champions of Sochi have turned into swindlers and izgoyev15 September of BBC have published the letter of the president of WADA Craig Ridi to the Minister of Sport of the Russian Federation Pavel Kolobkov. In him the compromise solution on RUSADA was proposed. According to conditions, the agency will be rehabilitated if Russia makes conclusions of the commission of Richard McLaren and will provide access to the staff of WADA to doping tests from the Moscow anti-doping laboratory which cause suspicions. Kolobkov has agreed to fulfill requirements of agency. Next day WADA declared that the Committee on compliance recommended to executive committee to restore the Russian agency. Initially for return of the license of RUSADA from Russia it was required to satisfy two conditions: to recognize conclusions of the commission of McLaren and to provide full access to the database and doping tests of the Moscow laboratory. In 2015 RUSADA was recognized not as corresponding to the code of WADA. Further trials have led, in particular, to disqualification of some Russian athletes and deprivation of their medals of the Olympic Games of 2014. Russian national team hasn't been allowed by the International Olympic Committee to Games-2018 in Pyeongchang, athletes represented the team of "The Olympic athletes from Russia". It is more than important news in Film of Day Telegram-channel. Subscribe!

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