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Re: Winter Olympics

Sun, 09 Sep 2018, 17:05

The World Curling Federation has today (Sunday 9 September) announced that no further action will be taken on curlers implicated in the McLaren Reports, published in July and December 2016.

"Following research over the past two years, insufficient evidence has been found at this time to declare any anti-doping rule violations in cases implicating athletes in the sport of curling".


Re: Winter Olympics

Thu, 20 Sep 2018, 16:00

WADA President, Sir Craig Reedie: “Today, the great majority of WADA’s ExCo decided to reinstate RUSADA as compliant with the Code subject to strict conditions, upon recommendation by the Agency’s independent CRC and in accordance with an agreed process. (1/2)

https://twitter.com/wada_ama/status/104 ... USADA.html

Moscow will never admit the charge of deliberately organizing a system of doping and believes that punishment that our athletes incurred is undeserved and unfair and McLaren"s report is a specially organized falsification.

Re: Winter Olympics

Wed, 23 Jan 2019, 19:45

Group of Russian athletes presented a lawsuit on honor and dignity to Canadian lawyer Richard McLaren.Athletes consider themselves unjustly affected by McLaren doping report in Russian sport which was commissioned by WADA in 2016.


Re: Winter Olympics

Sun, 02 Jun 2019, 06:00

https://www.thetimes.co.uk/edition/news ... um=desktop

Lets wait for details of this case.
But earlier at least were disqualified for the use of doping, now as understand it this is not required.... 8-)

Re: Winter Olympics

Sun, 02 Jun 2019, 06:23

"But I have to say I'm not surprised. It seems to be a history in sport that you'll address these issues only when something surfaces and you'll try to avoid it until that time, and that was the case in the Olympic movement with doping," he told ABC News in Australia.


It is clear that Australia was not disqualified!
Canadians and British led by antidoping shit!
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