The international Association of athletics federations (IAAF) has extended the suspension of the all-Russian athletics Federation. About this informed the head of the working Committee for restoration of wfla rune Andersen at the press conference following the meeting of the IAAF Council.
Thus, the Russian athletes still will not be able to participate in international competitions under the national flag.
“The decision not to restore wfla until you have completed all items on the roadmap. In particular, provide access to world anti-doping Agency (WADA) to data that are located in the Moscow laboratory. Must also be paid compensation”, – said rune Andersen.
Wfla IAAF must pay $2.76 million
Recall that the membership of the Russian Federation was suspended in 2015 after the doping scandal. In June 2016, it was decided to allow the separate launches of the Russian athletes who meet the IAAF criteria.
Recall international biathlon Union (IBU) announced the start of criminal proceedings against 4 Russian biathletes Yevgeny Ustyugov, Svetlana Sleptsova, Alexander Pechenkina and Alexander Chernyshov.
Athletes from Russia accused of doping based on the analysis of the data of the Moscow anti-doping laboratory conducted in cooperation with WADA. The results of a study of samples taken between 2012 and 2015, confirms the conclusions stated in the report of the McLaren.
From the above four only Pechenkin is the current contestant. He was suspended from competition. All four athletes will be given the opportunity to participate in the hearings before the IBU anti-doping authority.
Evgeny Ustyugov is a 2-time Olympic champion. Svetlana Spasova – Olympic champion in Vancouver 2010 and world champion 2009 in the relay.
As reported by the portal Znayu,
Ukrainian cyclist won the gold medal ahead of Russian.
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