The world anti-doping Agency (WADA) in the near future will not return the accreditation of Russian anti-doping Agency (RUSADA). Such information is at the German TV channel ARD, Deutsche Welle reports.
At the meeting of 15-16 November, WADA will announce that the Russian Agency has been unable to fulfil its conditions. This was said by a German journalist, Hyo Seppelt, citing several “fully-credible sources of WADA”.
WADA will refer to three things: denial of the existence of the state-supported system of doping, the lack of access to urine samples of Russian athletes in the Moscow anti-doping laboratory, as well as information from the new database, with evidence of doping.
Earlier it was reported that WADA received electronic file in the database of doping tests Russian biathletes from January 2012 to August 2015. There are confirmed findings of the independent Commission under the leadership of Richard McLaren, which has convicted more than a thousand Russian athletes from 30 sports in the manipulation of the failed doping tests on the eve of Sochi 2014.