From the Official site: WADA Compliance Review Committee recommends series of strong consequences for RUSADA non-compliance
WADA Executive Committee to consider recommendation and proposed consequences on 9 December
Having considered a report from the World Anti-Doping Agency’s (WADA’s) Intelligence and Investigations Department (I&I) and independent forensic experts, WADA’s independent Compliance Review Committee (CRC) has recommended to WADA’s Executive Committee (ExCo) that the Russian Anti-Doping Agency (RUSADA) be declared non-compliant with the World Anti-Doping Code (Code), as announced by WADA on 22 November 2019. This recommendation is accompanied by strong proposed consequences and conditions of reinstatement.
A key World Anti-Doping Agency committee has recommended Russia face a four-year ban from global sports after investigators discovered that Russian officials had erased failed doping tests from a database submitted to antidoping regulators. The recommendations, if approved, would result in Russian athletes and teams barred not only from next year’s Tokyo Olympics but from a series of other major sports competitions.
Under the recommendations, Russian athletes would compete at a second straight Olympic Games in neutral uniforms and collect any medals they win without the raising of the nation’s flag or the playing of its anthem.
WADA confirmed the recommendations in a statement released on Monday afternoon. “This recommendation is accompanied by strong proposed consequences and conditions of reinstatement,” it said.
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