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116826405
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WADA decision on Russia'a anti-doping compliance will not be made this week
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日付
2019年11月4日
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ニュース, スポーツ
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Date:NOVEMBER 4, 2019 A spokesman for the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) said on Monday (November 4) that a decision on Russia's compliance in the ongoing doping affair will not be made at this week’s Fifth World Conference on Doping in Sport.
Russia once again found itself in the doping hot seat when WADA revealed in September that historical data supplied by the country's anti-doping authority contained "inconsistencies" that resulted in a decision to open a formal compliance procedure against the Russian Anti-Doping Agency (RUSADA).
Speaking in Katowice a day before the conference starts, James Fitzgerald said that there are more steps that responses were being assessed by its Intelligence and Investigations (I&I) department and independent forensic experts, who would report to the Compliance Review Committee (CRC).
The CRC will then decide whether to bring a formal recommendation of non-compliance which could result in Russia being excluded from the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
RUSADA had been ruled non-compliant by WADA following the 2016 report that exposed the country's huge state-sponsored doping program.
In September last year, the WADA executive committee voted to reinstate RUSADA before it had fulfilled the requirements laid out in a "Roadmap to Compliance", which included giving access to the data stored at Moscow's anti-doping laboratory.
The Russian agency missed the December deadline but an inspection team was finally allowed to retrieve the data in January, recovering more than 2,200 samples.
Examination of the data, which includes thousands of anti-doping tests undergone by Russian sportsmen and women, has raised questions about the possible manipulation of laboratory results.
(Production: Andy Ragg) (Caption:1142SP-SPORT-DOPING_WADA)
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KATOWICE, POLAND (NOVEMBER 4, 2019) (REUTERS)
CONFERENCE VENUE
BANNER “WORLD CONFERENCE ON DOPING IN SPORT"
WADA SPOKESMAN JAMES FITZGERALD BEING INTERVIEWED
(SOUNDBITE) (English) JAMES FITZGERALD SAYING:
"Russia, RUSADA which is the Russian anti-doping agency, was reinstated as compliant with the world anti-doping code in September 2018 under strict conditions. The main condition was that they allowed access for WADA to the Moscow laboratory to retrieve the data and the samples, that's been done and a verification process of that data has been ongoing since then. What we found, what WADA investigators have found, is certain inconsistencies with that data, and we're currently trying to establish what that means, what those inconsistencies are exactly, how they came about.
"They've contacted the Russian authorities, they've got some responses on that, and then the investigators will make a report based on those answers, and then based on that the CRC, Compliance Review Committee, may or may not make a recommendation as regards RUSADA's compliance again, and based on that recommendation the Executive Committee will meet, should there be a recommendation the EXCO will meet to make a decision on that.
"So there's a few steps to go through before we get to that stage and that won't be happening this week."
FITZGERALD BEING INTERVIEWED
(SOUNDBITE) (English) JAMES FITZGERALD SAYING:
"We expect that minister Witold Banka will be elected as the next president of the world anti-doping agency. That election will take place on Thursday, and should he be elected as expected he will take office on January 1 2020."
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