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19.04
2019

WADA is planning an exceptional 8-hour maintenance on 18 May 2019, of the ADAMS Production environment.

Therefore kindly note that the ADAMS Production environment...

18.04
2019

During the meeting parties discussed cooperation in the field of countering doping in sports and creation of a stable anti-doping security system in the region.

16.04
2019

A week ago RUSADA launched the “Regional anti-doping activities” page on its web-site, which contains information regarding rating of regions. The rating clearly demonstrates the amount of anti-doping...

04.04
2019

The Convention is an important tool in the fight against doping in sport and helps governments organize work in this area.

01.04
2019

WADA Independent Expert Ieva Lukosiute-Stanikuniene completed her work at RUSADA due to expiration of the contract under the agreement. Ieva started her work in Russia in spring of 2016. RUSADA team...

29.03
2019

On March 28, the World Anti-Doping Agency summed up the RUSADA activities on the successful implementation of the points indicated in the Corrective Action Report and sent a letter to the Russian ...

21.03
2019

During the working visit RUSADA Director General Yuri Ganus held meetings with representatives of the international sports and anti-doping community.

19.03
2019

On March 18, 2019, during a working visit to Lausanne, Switzerland, Director General of Russian Anti-Doping Agency «RUSADA», Yuri Ganus, held meetings with the leadership of international sports federations...

16.03
2019

RUSADA investigation revealed a number of gross violations of the International Standard for Testing and Investigations, such as prior notification of athletes and collecting money from athletes for...

15.03
2019

During the Symposium RUSADA Director General Yuri Ganus and WADA representatives of all authorities levels and relevant departments conducted a number of working meetings where they discussed issues...