RUSADA’s financial obligations to WADA fulfilled – Russian Minister of Sport – Sport


MOSCOW, September 10. / TASS /. The Russian Anti-Doping Agency (RUSADA) has fulfilled all its financial obligations and settled its account with the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), Russian Sports Minister Oleg Matytsin said on Friday at a meeting of the Presidential Council for Culture physical. and sports.

Under a decision of the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) of December 17, 2020, RUSADA must pay $ 1.27 million to WADA to cover the costs incurred by the agency during the verification of the authenticity of the data recovered from the Moscow laboratory in January. 2019.

“We have fulfilled all financial obligations and have no claims against WADA. The financial problems have been resolved. Russia has one of the toughest, if not the toughest, anti-doping programs in place,” he said. declared the minister.

In March 2021, RUSADA paid WADA 400,000 Swiss francs (approximately $ 432,000) as compensation for the discoveries made in the CAS litigation.

In December 2020, the CAS partially upheld WADA’s previous decision on a number of sanctions against Russian sports. Following the CAS decision, Russian athletes were deprived of their right to participate in all World Championships, Olympics and Paralympics under the national flag of Russia for a period of two years. WADA’s sanctions will be in effect until December 2022.


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