It also seems to bend the arm inward. The Russian Anti-Doping Agency (RUSADA) has not imposed any disciplinary action on figure skater Kamila Balieva, who was embroiled in controversy over alleged use of a banned substance.
The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) said on its homepage on the 14th (Korean time), “The RUSSADA Disciplinary Committee, which has investigated Balieva’s alleged doping case, has concluded that she is not responsible for any fault or negligence, even if she has violated anti-doping rules.” Accordingly, the RUSADA Disciplinary Committee invalidated only the results of the competition on December 25, 2021, when Balieva’s doping samples were collected, and did not impose any disciplinary action on Balieva.”
“RUSADA has requested the submission of all relevant materials that have reached this conclusion, and we will review whether RUSADA’s decision complies with WADA regulations. We express concern about the decision and will file a complaint with the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS).” added.
Previously, Baliyeva was found to have banned substances in a urine sample submitted in December 2021 during the Beijing Winter Olympics held in February last year. The drug, trimetazidine, has been on the WADA’s list of illegal drugs since 2014.바카라
At the time, Balieva countered that the urine sample tested positive for a drug her grandfather was taking. However, amid worldwide criticism, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) indefinitely postponed the Russian Olympic Committee’s gold medal awarding and awards ceremony for the figure skating team at the Beijing Winter Olympics.
However, the CAS dismissed the IOC and WADA’s lawsuit to suspend Baliyeva’s participation on the grounds that she was a minor under the age of 16 as a result of an emergency meeting. Valiyeva, who pushed through her entry amidst the controversy, failed to claim her medal by only finishing fourth as she made a series of mistakes.