The world athletics Federation will remain in the Doping case of Russia, uncompromising and hard. Due to the outstanding performance of two claims, the IAAF Council has not lifted on Monday in Qatar's capital, Doha, the suspension of the Russian Association of Rusaf. "Only when all the conditions are met, we recommend the repeal," said Rune Andersen, head of the IAAF's task force on clarification of the Russian Doping scandal. Russia is locked after its discovery, since February 2015 for international titles and competitions.
One of the non-performance of the claims, the Handing over of the experts of the world Anti-Doping Agency (Wada) secure analysis of data and samples from the Moscow Doping analysis laboratory of the independent integrity Commission (AIU) of the IAAF. They are currently being checked for their authenticity and evaluated. On the basis of the data, it can be determined which athletes have violated the Doping rules, and, so far, have not been punished. "Wada is committed, the data primarily at the AIU forward," it said in a message to the world athletics Association.
in addition, Russia has not paid the fine of a minimum of 2.7 million dollars, and calls for the IAAF for the cost of the investigation. "Rusaf addressed some of the logistical problems regarding payment. The IAAF will resolve it soon,“ said the world Association.
Lock against twelve Russian athletes
elucidation of the IAAF task force also calls from the Russian Federation about whether the statement of the TV channel ARD's true, some coaches from the old regime managed to continue to once again top athlete in Russia. "This contradicts the assurances received by the task force of Rusaf that he has distanced himself from the old Regime," it said in the IAAF notification. "The task force will ask Rusaf urgent clarification."
While the IAAF under the leadership of President Sebastian Coe ("We are in a process of which we do not deviate"), makes no concessions, had articulated the Wada in the previous September. The environment Agency lifted the suspension of the Russian Anti-Doping Agency Rusada, even though the country has admitted the state of doping, up to today, and the Report of special investigator, Richard McLaren, has not recognised. With the lifting of a linked condition, to ensure access to the Moscow laboratory, was made possible only after long Hesitation.
at the beginning of February the International court of arbitration for sport Cas had punished the high jump Olympic champion Ivan Uchow and eleven other Russian athletes for doping, with a Block between two and eight years. This is the Cas, announced on Friday in Lausanne. Uchow, who won London 2012 Olympic Gold, was suspended for four years, the hammer-thrower Tatyana Lysenko, lectured at Donetsk for eight years. The basis of the judgments, the results of McLaren, as well as data from the Moscow analysis in the laboratory.More about
Doping allegations in Russia athletes remain outside
in Spite of the barrier of the Russian Federation, the Russian athletes will be able to fight, after an individual examination by the IAAF at international events and titles under a neutral flag to start. 14 Russian athletes were last at the indoor Championships in Glasgow with a start permission. (dpa)