In september was welcomed Russia during the controversial forms back into the Wada, the world anti-doping agency. But it was in the condition that the country at the latest before the end of the year, the rådatafiler collected by the Russian dopninglaboratoriet.
But when a delegation from Wada on december 17, traveled to Moscow to take care of the data was denied access to it. Yury Ganus, who following the disclosure by 2015 if the state-controlled doping took over as the head of Rusada with the mission to create clean sport, is now warning that Russia risks being denied re-entry into the Wada and appeal to the president Vladimir Putin that he must act.
and I ask you to protect the present and future of clean sport, today's and future generations, " said Ganus in a video message and stated that the situation must be resolved immediately.
Although switzerland's roger federer, the olympic champion in the pole vault and a member of the International olympic committee, warned that the situation is critical.
According to the Russian news agency Tass, was due to problems at the inspection before christmas to Wadapersonalens technical equipment, was not authorised by Russian law. Deputy prime minister Olga Golodets said that the process will be completed.
and we expect that it will be completed on January 16, said the Golodets to Paw.
It is two days after that, the Wada management team shall meet to determine the question of Russia's re-entry.
A no vote would threaten the Russian sportsmen participating in international competitions and the country's ability to organise major championships.