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The head of the Russian anti-doping Agency (RUSADA) Yuri Hanus said that doping has become an integral part of the sport. The words of the functionary leads “R-Sport”.
According to Ganoza, the growing number of Russian athletes who have broken the rules about availability for doping tests in 2018 amounted to more than 100 percent compared to 2017. “This means that our athletes are excluded simply because of the fact that they violate these rules,” — said the head of RUSADA.
Hanus also admitted that he was aware that some athletes who shun the test, actually taking illegal drugs.
In November 2015 RUSADA has been deprived of compliance with the code of the world anti-doping Agency (WADA) after the doping scandal in the Russian sport. The organization was reinstated in September 2018.
In March Hanus, who became head of RUSADA in August 2017, said that the Russians need to get the medals honestly. He also called for the purity of the national sport.
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