Athletistic / Figure skating. Russian figure skater Kamila Valieva remains the only representative of the Russian figure skating team who is required to inform the International Skating Union (ISU) during which time period she is guaranteed to be at a pre-specified location so that a doping control can be taken of her.

According to TASS, the ISU doping control pools for the 2024/2025 season include seven Russian skaters. Valieva became the only one included in the registered pool (RTP) by the International Federation. Athletes from this pool in their profile in the ADAMS anti-doping system must indicate not only their contact information, places of permanent residence and current location, but also a one-hour interval of absolute availability for testing for each day.

On January 29, CAS decided to find Kamila Valieva guilty of an anti-doping rule violation and to disqualify her for four years, until December 24, 2025. All her results since December 25, 2021 have been annulled.

It is worth noting that on January 30, the International Skating Union (ISU) revised the results of the team figure skating tournament at the 2022 Olympic Games in Beijing (China): the Russian team, due to the disqualification of Valieva, lost its gold medals and moved to third place.