Committee of the world anti-doping Agency (WADA) regarding the compliance of the organization recommended not to restore the rights of the Russian anti-doping Agency (RUSADA).
It is reported BBC with reference to the appropriate sheet to an upcoming meeting, which should be considered this issue.
“According to a letter seen by BBC Sport, the Committee considers that Russia does not meet the two requirements set forth by WADA in August of 2017”, – stated in the message.
It is noted that the WADA Executive Committee meeting, which will decide on the possible renewal of journalist rights, will be held September 20.
As reported, in 2015, WADA announced that RUSADA is not consistent with the code of the organization after the investigation of Richard McLaren about doping in Russian sports. According to the investigation, the doping used more than a thousand Russian athletes. This was the reason for the removal of many Russian athletes from participating in international competition, including summer Olympic games in 2016.
In November 2017 WADA has considered the possible resumption of RUSADA rights, but then it was a negative decision. In justification it was said that Russia has not complied with two points mandatory requirements. It was the same requirements mentioned in the current letter of the Committee of the Agency. First, it must publicly and unequivocally accept the findings of the Commission regarding the McLaren “state-supported system of doping”. Second, to provide access to WADA doping tests in Moscow anti-doping laboratory.