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Russian Olympic Bobsledder Banned
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July 12, 2017  |  Posted in  Steroids Blog

Russia’s national anti-doping agency RUSADA has announced that Russian Olympic bobsledder Nadezhda Paleeva has been banned for a period of two years for a violation of anti-doping whereabouts rules.

This announcement came as Russia has finally decided to step up its efforts to rehabilitate its national anti-doping agency that was suspended by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) in 2015 over evidence of state-sponsored doping and systematic violations to anti-doping regulations.

Paleeva, who finished 16th in the two-woman bobsleigh at the 2014 Sochi Olympics, had not provided enough information about her whereabouts to be reached by anti-doping control officers. “She did not cooperate with anti-doping organizations and did not provide the necessary information about herself in the ADAMS system,” said the president of Russia’s bobsleigh federation, two-time Olympic gold medalist Alexander Zubkov.

The president of Russia’s bobsleigh federation also commented that Paleeva had received several warnings ahead of the ban.

RUSADA also announced that a ban of four years has been imposed on bobsledder Dmitry Piskunov, who placed 13th in the four-man bobsleigh at the Europe Cup in January, for failing to turn up for doping tests.

Last year, Russia was stripped of hosting the 2017 bobsleigh and skeleton world championships amid calls for a boycott in protest at doping in Russian sport. The World Anti-Doping Agency had allowed the Russia’s national anti-doping agency to plan and coordinate testing under the supervision of international experts. WADA however stressed that much remains to be done for the agency to retrieve its accreditation.

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