Gazzaev accused the head of RUSADA being unprofessional and violating ethics
Former head coach of CSKA and Russian national team Valery Gazzayev declared that the General Director of the Russian anti-doping Agency (RUSADA) Yuri Hanus behaves unprofessional and unpatriotic. Earlier, the head of the Agency told about the machinations of the data of the Moscow anti-doping laboratory.
«Statements Hanusa resemble articles in the tabloids. He throws allegations, without naming names, not giving a single proof. Moreover, as head of the Russian anti-doping Agency is doing it, speaking from the American rostrum. I think it is unprofessional, unethical and unpatriotic», — quotes the Deputy Chairman of the Duma Committee on physical culture, sport, tourism and youth «Sport-Express».
An earlier edition of the New York Times published the text of a statement Hanusa Sunday at a conference in Colorado. The head of RUSADA announced that the lab in Moscow was forged in order to protect the reputation of athletes who then went to work in the government or become sports officials.
Hanus said that the falsification is the capital of the laboratory was possible only with the involvement of people close to the Russian authorities. According to him, the database has been made thousands of changes.
The Minister of sports of Russia Pavel Kolobkov, commenting on Ganuza, saidthat because of the words of the head of RUSADA, the Russian athletes can bring to the proceedings in cases where there are no clear-cut evidence. «For such serious charges need a good reason,» said the Minister.
22 Sep the World anti-doping Agency (WADA) has launched the procedure for the recognition of RUSADA does not match their code. The decision was taken because of the suspicion that the Russian side takes the manipulation of the data of the Moscow anti-doping laboratory.
Russia was given three weeks to answer 30 questions about taken in the laboratory analyses and computer database. October 8, WADA had received from the Ministry of sport explanations about the situation in the Moscow laboratory. The response of the Russian side examine the independent forensic experts.
On 23 October, the Committee on compliance, WADA will consider the results of the investigation according to the Moscow laboratory. The decision in this case can be decided on November 4 meeting of the Executive Committee of WADA.
Informed about suspicions related to the possible manipulation with the data of the Moscow anti-doping laboratory, said the journalist of the German TV channel ARD, Hyo Seppelt.
The head of the Olympic Committee of Russia Stanislav Pozdnyakov saidthat in case of removal of RUSADA Russian national team can not admit to participation in the summer Olympics, which will take place next summer in Tokyo.