The Russian Investigation Commission accused Grigory Rodchenkov former head of the Moscow anti-doping laboratory. On Tuesday of personally doping athletes in his country and manipulating, evidence just a few days before the decision on Russian participation in the next Olympic Games of winter. Grigory Rodchenkov revelations triggered an extensive investigation in Russia. It was the head of the anti-doping laboratory in Moscow until November 2015. He is a refugee in the United States and is subject to an international arrest warrant issued by Russian courts.

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After more than 700 interrogations, the Russian Commission of Inquiry. The body responsible for monitoring the main cases, which opened a procedure in 2016 for abuse of power, denies all doping organized by the Russian state. It has established that Rodchenkov himself distributed medical substances that later considered dopant to athletes and coaches. Who were unaware of their effects the Commission said in a statement?

According to reports, Rodchenkov destroyed the athlete‚Äôs tests and accused Russia of having implemented a doping program, disguising its criminal activity in the Anti-Doping Center. The Commission adds that its investigation establishes precise facts about its crimes. It related to the manipulation of the results of athletes’ doping tests. Moscow also accused the World Anti-Doping Agency (AMA) of not taking real measures to work jointly with Russian investigators. It based on data from Rodtchenkov’s former laboratory. It could also have accessed this base from the United States.

The allegations made when the IOC Executive Committee meets on December 5 and 7 to decide whether Russia will participate in the upcoming Pyeongchang Olympic Winter Games. The International Athletics Federation (IAAF) has already decided to maintain the suspension of Russian athletes. The World Anti-Doping Agency has done the same with the Russian Anti-Doping Agency (Rusada).

Since the beginning of the sanctions imposed by the IOC 19 Russian, athletes have sanctioned in the framework of these hearings of the Oswald commission. It established by the Olympic authority after the revelation of the state doping in Russian sport after the revelations of the McLaren report published in July 2016. Russia lost eleven medals won at the Sochi 2014 Olympic Games, including four of the thirteen gold medals.

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The Russian Investigation Commission accused Grigory Rodchenkov former head of the Moscow anti-doping laboratory. On Tuesday of personally doping athletes in his country and manipulating, evidence just a few days before the decision on Russian participation in the next Olympic Games of winter. Grigory Rodchenkov revelations triggered an extensive...