WADA will ask RUSADA to release information on the Valieva case and is ready to go to court

After the publication of the RUSADA decision, close the investigation process in the case Kamila Valieva The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), in response to a request from , indicated that it reserves the right to appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport.

Earlier, RUSADA issued a statement that, in accordance with the provisions of the International Standard for Results Management, all processes and procedures related to the handling of results, including the pursuit and final decision, are confidential.

Valieva is a protected person due to her age – she was 15 at the time of the positive test.

— In accordance with the provisions of the World Anti-Doping Code, the results management body (in this case, the Russian Anti-Doping Agency, RUSADA) is not required to publish the details of the anti-doping case before it is completed, including any appeals that may be filed and considered. And in cases involving minors, such as this, mandatory disclosure is not required at any time. There are very good reasons for this rule. However, since this case is already public knowledge, WADA will encourage RUSADA to make appropriate disclosures in light of the circumstances of the case. As in all cases, WADA will carefully consider RUSADA’s decision in this matter and reserves the right to appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport, if appropriate, WADA said in response to a corresponding request from TV game.

Source : MatchTV

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