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Investigation Into Russian Fencers Named In Mclaren Report Dropped By WADA
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June 13, 2017  |  Posted in  Steroids Blog

The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has decided to drop all investigations into alleged doping by Russian fencers opened following the publishing of the McLaren Report.

The WADA-commissioned McLaren Report had named a total of 27 fencers who were then placed under investigation in connection with the manipulation of doping samples.

The Russian Fencing Federation said it conducted a thorough investigation” of all the “facts, evidence and circumstances” and all of their evidence that hinted at the non-participation of Russian fencers in the doping abuse was passed to the International Fencing Federation (FIE).

Reports in Russian media claim WADA has agreed and decided to “terminate the case” against the fencers. “Justice has finally prevailed,” said Russian Fencing Federation President Alexander Mikhailov. Mikhailov added WADA made a decision to stop investigations with regard to our fencers and we are content with such outcome.

“Following the publication of Part II of the independent McLaren Investigation Report on 9 December 2016, Anti-Doping Organizations (ADOs) were tasked with deciding whether or not anti-doping rule violations (ADRVs) could be asserted against athletes implicated by the Report that fell under their jurisdiction based on the evidence made available by McLaren’s Team on the Evidence Disclosure Package website,” a WADA spokesperson said.

The FIE, within this context, provided WADA with its decision not to assert anti-doping rule violations against the 27 Russian fencing athletes named in the Report.

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