WADA director general Olivier Niggli said, "There was no need for a vote and there was no proposal. There is no change."
Allowing access to the samples stored there is one of the requirements for reinstatement Russia still hasn't met.
Yury Ganus: "We have been for a long time restricting the access to samples at the Moscow Laboratory, which is owned by the International Olympic Committee and International Federations. Therefore, we are violating the rights of the regulator, which is the WADA, for its right to carry out additional inspections, stipulated by the World Anti-Doping Code. I have already informed the investigative bodies that this issue is of extreme importance at the moment."
It was Okagbare's first time flying and she became sick and had a terrible meet. But she said it was valuable experience for when she returned to Beijing two years later and won Olympic LJ silver.
He might want to check his information though as he said, "Apart from a ban, there is a provision of imprisonment to such athletes in America and Europe."
Fifa is among five Spanish athletes to get a ban in connection with drug trafficking scandal Operation Chameri.
"I'd got to the point where I wasn't enjoying competing and didn't want it anymore. I've seen people carry on too long past the point of enjoyment and there is no need, life is too short and I want to feel positive about my time competing. ... There was a point in 2011 when I thought I was done then, so to get almost another seven years in the sport was pretty special."
Apparently a couple of athletes were so concerned they broke their sample bottles after screwing the lids too tightly.
He says a "bucket list" goal is to break the 45 second barrier and he wasn't far off in Shanghai with 45.24.
The agreement includes ensuring access for doping control officials to all Russian sport venues.
Tergat said, "We need a deeper and genuine national conversation on this cancer within us. We must stop sweeping it under the carpet under the guise of confidentiality and expose it for what it is. I once again wish to repeat my previous call that this menace must be treated for what it is - a criminal act and all participants in the whole chain face the severest sanctions possible - whoever they may be - as provided in Law. As a former athlete, President of NOCK and IOC Member, I am most disturbed by these recent developments. It is telling me that whatever we have been doing is not delivering results and there is need to recalibrate our approach."