WADA promises to publish new names of "dirty" Russian athletes
This is related to independent commission investigating under the guidance of Richard McLaren
World Anti-Doping Agency (the WADA) has stated its readiness to provide the International Olympic Committee (IOC) with the names of Russian athletes who used doping at the Olympic Games in Sochi. This was stated by the head of WADA Craig Reedie at a press conference in Rio de Janeiro, reports the "TASS".
"We are ready to reveal the names of some "dirty" athletes who performed in Sochi Olympics. This information will be interesting for the IOC." - Said Reedie.
According to him, the doping system established in the Russian sport after unsuccessful performance of the national team at the Olympics in Vancouver in 2010, when Russia took 11th place in the team event. At the home Olympics "Russia wanted to be rehabilitated," said the head of WADA.
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