RUSADA anti-doping chief Yuri Ganus calls for dismissal of state sports officials involved in ongoing doping scandal
RUSADA finds itself on the brink of suspension for the second time over alleged manipulation of anti-doping laboratory data which has sparked concern that the country’s participation in next year’s Tokyo Olympics could be at risk.
Tokyo Olympics 2020: WADA gives Russia three weeks ultimatum to explain inconsistencies in data from Moscow
WADA has previously warned that it would take the 'most stringent sanctions' if any of the data was found to have been tampered with
WADA contemplates repeat suspension for Russian Anti-Doping Agency after reports suggests manipulation of Moscow's data
If manipulation is proven, WADA would also have to decide whether it could win cases against Russians with data that is now unreliable
Russia anti-doping chief attacks his own athletics federation, claims old guard in governing body hindering clean-up
While Russia's anti-doping agency RUSADA is now under new leadership, Ganus claims that the old guard at the country's athletics federation (RUSAF) is hindering progress in cleaning up the sport.
Russia will again be at the top of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) agenda when the Foundation board meets on Thursday but maybe not for much longer.
Russian anti-doping chief suggests drastic changes in country's athletics federation ahead of Tokyo Olympics
Yury Ganus, the head of Russia's Anti-Doping Agency (RUSADA) suggested Monday some drastic changes in the country's athletics federation (ARAF) organisation and in the coaching staff of the national athletics squad.
Russian 'identity fraud' runner Kseniya Savina handed 12-year ban for doping, says Athletics Integrity Unit
When Russia was banned from international competition following revelations of massive state-backed doping, Savina's career appeared to be finished, until she took matters into her own hands
After years of using hacked data to vilify Western athletes as cheats who bend the rules to take banned substances using TUEs, Russia is warming to a controversial part of the anti-doping system.
The amendments passed by the lower house of parliament on Thursday mark the first moves in Russia to use the law to punish athletes.
Russia to set up national sports court to hear disputes regarding doping, says deputy justice minister Denis Novak
In countries with national tribunals, the World Anti-Doping Agency can still file its own subsequent appeals to CAS, usually when it considers punishments too lenient.
RUSADA sacks all doping control officers in attempt to restore credibility in eyes of World Anti-Doping Agency
WADA conditionally lifted its ban on RUSADA in September last year with one of the conditions being the granting of access to thousands of samples at the tainted Moscow lab by the end of 2018
The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) said that they are making progress processing the data their experts retrieved from the Moscow anti-doping lab.
Russian race walker Anisya Kirdyapkina loses 2011, 2013 World Championships silvers for doping; banned for three years
Kirdyapkina was the only athlete from Russia's nine-person Olympic walk team in 2012 never to have served a ban despite multiple investigations into organised doping involving her coach, her teammates and her gold medal-winning husband, Sergei.
Russia will discover whether they are to face fresh sanctions over December's missed deadline to allow WADA investigators access to the Moscow laboratory at the epicentre of the state-sponsored doping scandal.
WADA successfully retrieves Russian drug sample data, says it's a 'major breakthrough for clean sport'
WADA said that they have "successfully retrieved" data from the Moscow laboratory at the heart of Russia's state-sponsored doping scandal which involved more than 1,000 athletes and 30 sports.
RUSADA's failure to meet WADA deadline to hand over data from anti-doping lab down to logistics, says Kremlin
The Kremlin on Wednesday said Moscow's failure to meet the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) deadline last week to hand over data from its anti-doping laboratory could be explained by logistical problems.
WADA will consider its next step in the long-running saga at a January meeting of its compliance committee, but athletes want Russia found in non-compliance.
Firstpost Explains: WADA finally promised access to data on potential doping by Russia, but move still mired in controversy
In this part of Firstpost Explains, we take a look at the controversy surrounding Russia's move to allow WADA access to its Moscow lab after first missing the 31 December deadline.
WADA Athletes Committee calls for fresh sanctions on Russia after it misses deadline to provide data from Moscow laboratory
The World Anti-Doping Agency's Athletes Committee on Wednesday demanded Russia be hit with new sanctions over its failure to meet a crucial deadline to hand over data from its drug-tainted Moscow laboratory.
Russian Anti-Doping Agency chief Yury Ganus asks President Vladimir Putin to give WADA access to Moscow laboratory
In September, the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) lifted a ban on RUSADA, paving the way for Russian athletes to return to competition across all sports.