If they consider that the sportsmen’s guilt of violating the anti-doping rules has been proven, sanctions can be imposed.
I think that such a “collective farm” would be much fairer than what we see today – a competition of wallets”, the president said.
On October 9, the Russian sports authorities will be required to explain to the WADA where the changes found in the database of the Moscow anti-doping laboratory come from.
According to the head of the Olympic Committee of the Russian Federation, Stanislav Pozdnyakov, the situation is serious.
This decision was made at a meeting of the WADA Executive Committee, which was held in Tokyo on September 23.