Court of arbitration for sport (CAS) in Lausanne disqualified Russian athletes Tatyana cernova, Catherine Sarmina and Christine Ugarov for the anti-doping rule violation and has revoked a number of their results, according to a press release from the organization. Athletes are punished for failing in their biological passports.
CAS annulled the results of semibalki Rough from 15 August 2011 to 22 July 2013, depriving her of the gold medal of the world championship 2011 and bronze of the Olympic games 2012. Tatiana is suspended for three years and eight months from 5 February 2016.
Achieve runners Sharmini cancelled for the period from 17 June 2011 to 5 August 2015, an athlete stripped of gold medal of the Universiade in Kazan. Results runner Parovoi declared invalid in the period from 26 Jun 2012 to 25 December 2012. Athletes disqualified for three and two years, respectively, starting December 7, 2015.
Chernova, Sarmina and Ugarov was among Russian athletes previously violated anti-doping rules whose cases instead of the all-Russian athletics Federation (vfla) has been entrusted to consider CAS. Wfla couldn’t do since her powers had been suspended following the inquiry by the independent Commission of the world anti-doping Agency (WADA).
In October, the CAS has already considered the case of the walkers of the Faith Sokolova, Elmira Alembekova, Ivan Noskov and Mikhail Ryzhov and Denis strelkov, disqualifiziert them.
About intention to appeal against the verdict of the CAS until stated only Christina Ugarov.
“We chose the case with the possibility of appeal. In this regard, most likely, will appeal, said runner TASS. – I haven’t talked to a lawyer. Now we will discuss our position, then it will be clear how we proceed further.”