Informant world anti-doping Agency (WADA) Yulia Stepanova, will reprove the system of doping in Russia, he received a scholarship from the international Olympic Committee (IOC), and her husband Vitaly appointed as the consultant to the IOC for doping control.
These are the results of the meeting of the couple has with the President of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Thomas Bach, says the portal Inside the Games.
It is reported that Stepanov will be able to use the funds for the training process, the grant amount is not specified.
“We are very pleased that we had the chance to continue to fight doping in Russia and to benefit as informants. And we are very grateful to the IOC for the opportunity,” stated Vitali Stepanov.
Recall that the runner Yulia Stepanova in 2013 was disqualified for two years for doping. Julia and her husband Vitaly have become the main sources of information for the film of the German TV channel ARD on the use of doping Russian athletes, which led to the suspension of Russian athletes from the 2016 Olympics.
Currently Charge out of fear for their safety living in the United States. Julia previously complained about threats to his address and said that if it happens some misfortune, it will not be by mere chance.