Quote Of The Day
“We made an offer to senior Russian officials in Pyeongchang to visit the Moscow laboratory together but it seems our offer has fallen on deaf ears. We have also written to the Russian Investigatory Committee four times to offer our help and we have not had a single response. The big losers here are Russian athletes. Their participation in future events will continue to be put in doubt and the rest of the world will not be convinced any meaningful change has taken place. Real action is needed. It’s time for this situation to change. If not, it will damage sport – every Russian victory will be doubted. … We want to welcome an independent and efficient Rusada back in from the cold – it’s just a pity that progress is so slow from the Russian authorities.”
– WADA president Craig Reedie talking about Russia’s continued lack of cooperation which keeps it from returning to full unrestricted international sports competition.
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