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Russian Athletes To Remain Suspended
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August 2, 2017  |  Posted in  Steroids Blog

Russian athletes will remain suspended from international competition after athletics federation of the country failed to meet anti-doping test deadlines.

It was announced by the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) that the Russian federation has not met criteria to show meaningful drugs testing was being carried out in the country.

Nineteen Russians will compete as neutrals at the World Athletics championships that begin in London on Friday. However, a big majority of athletes are barred from competition and the Russian federation remains suspended.

Rune Andersen, a Norwegian international anti-doping expert and the head of the IAAF Task Force, said the main issue is that no meaningful drug testing is being conducted in the country. Andersen said, “They have started but where they used to do 19,000 tests a year it’s now just a few thousand and RUSADA (Russia’s anti-doping agency) remains not code-compliant.” “Our impression is that they really want to meet all the criteria, they have shown huge progress since November 2015, but there are still issues to be resolved.”

Rune Andersen, the IAAF Taskforce independent chairperson, said: “For Russian athletes to be reinstated into international competition, RusAF must show that there is now a culture of zero tolerance towards doping in Russian athletics and that RusAF, RUSADA, and the public authorities in Russia, working in cooperation, have created an anti-doping infrastructure that is effective in detecting and deterring cheats, and therefore provides reasonable assurance and protection to clean athletes both inside and outside of Russia.”

The head of the IAAF Task Force also commented that tough he had noticed an encouraging change in culture “starting with the athletes” but there was still an issue with banned coaches continuing to operate freely, particularly in race walking, the sport in which Russia has had a terrible doping record in the last few years. The concerns of the Task Force means it is now unlikely that Russia would be reinstated by this November.

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