Russian athletes will now be tested by independent organizations.
Without an operating anti-doping agency, Russia cannot host or bid for international events
To no big surprise, World Anti-Doping Agency officials declared Wednesday that Russia's national program for testing athletes is non-compliant with international rules. That means the embattled Russians cannot host — or even bid to host — a major sporting event. It was just last week that an independent...
The World Anti-Doping Agency has pointed to a number of code non-compliance issues in various countries.
The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) used clandestinely collected intelligence in its recent report, in violation of Russian law, Russian Sports Minister Vitaly Mutko said Wednesday.
Last week, the World Anti-Doping Agency released a report alleging Russia had a “systemic,” “deep-rooted” and “state-sponsored” doping program involving their track and field athletes. In turn, several professional runners reacted with a lack of a surprise and called for governing bodies to do more get rid of the corruption that has long plagued the sport. […]
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When the World Anti-Doping Agency published its damning report accusing Russia of running a state-sponsored doping program for international athletes, it asked the International Association of Athletics Federation to ban Russian track and field athletes from international competitions. Today, the IAAF went ahead and did that. Read more...
The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) commission has ruled that the Russian Anti-Doping Agency (RUSADA) violated its code, Russia’s Sports Ministry adviser Natalia Zhelanova said Friday.
Russia refuses to be wiped out from the global athletics map, and denies claims that the country does not meet the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) codex, Sports Minister Vitaly Mutko said Friday.
The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) and the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) are ready to cooperate with Russia in settling issues related to doping, Russia's Minister of Sport Vitaly Mutko said Friday.
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Russia's athletics federation plans to admit to some of the charges made against it by the World Anti-Doping Agency commission.
The World Anti-Doping Agency's Independent Commission appears biased against Russia, and Moscow is noting an attempt to impose collective punishment in the world of sports, Russia's Foreign Ministry said Thursday.
President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia ordered the investigation in the wake of a World Anti-Doping Agency report that said Russian sports were plagued by state-sponsored doping.
A report by World Anti-Doping Agency said that Russian sports is plagued by state-sanctioned doping
By Vladi Vovcuk and Jacob Steinblatt Yesterday, a devastating report accused Russian athletes of doping on a massive scale. Today, Russians are taking to social media in droves to mock the agency, its members and its conclusions. The...Show More Summary
Following a 10-month investigation, a report released by the World Anti-Doping Agency raises hundreds of allegations against Russian athletes, including the regular use of performance-enhancing drugs and coaches’ attempts to destroy any positive drug tests, violations that the IOC must now take into account for the 2016 Olympic Games. What do you think?
On Monday, a World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) commission issued a report accusing Russia of numerous violations of global anti-doping codes and recommended that the country be banned from international athletics, including the 2016 Olympics.
'Clean' sportsmen should not be barred from international competitions, the Russian Olympic Committee said in response to the World Anti-Doping Agency's recommendation to exclude Moscow from the 2016 Olympics.