The Russian anti-doping Agency (RUSADA) said that the information in the film, the German TV channel ARD about the Agency isn’t true. About it reports a press-service of the organization</u>.
“In the press center of RUSADA receives many requests to comment on the second part of the film is German TV channel ARD. First of all, we officially declare that the information given in the address of RUSADA, or untrue, or speaks to the incompetence of the authors of this motion picture.
In the framework of the investigation launched RUSADA in December 2014, will be studied in detail new information concerning the Russian athletes, and the results of this investigation will be reported to the independent Commission WADA. Final comments will follow after the completion of the independent Commission WADA,” – said in a statement.
Saturday on channel ARD released a new documentary that claimed that the TV channel and newspaper the Sunday Times has obtained a database of the International Association of athletics federations (IAAF), which contains more than 12 thousand analyses about five thousand athletes.
According to the publication, a third of the medals in endurance competitions at the Olympic games and the world Championships in the period from 2001 to 2012 were won by athletes whose doping samples caused suspicion. Despite the suspicious tests, none of the athletes was not without rewards.
The author of the film, Hyo Seppelt charged four Russian athletes – Anastasia Bazdyreva, Catherine Postolowo, Tatiana Masino Ugarov and Christine – in a systematic anti-doping rule violation, reminds TASS.
According to Seppelt, RUSADA not only condoned such evil practice, but also is criminal collusion with the athletes.
WADA gave rights investigation Commission, headed by former head of the organization Richard pound. She shall investigate the facts stated in the film, ARD, published in December last year. It argued that the Russian athletes were systematically taken illegal drugs at the direction of their coaches.