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  • On October 19, 2017, by decision of the Supervisory Board of RAA RUSADA, the new Disciplinary Anti-Doping Committee was approved, which included:

    - Advisor of the President of the Federal Chamber of Advocates of the Russian Federation, lawyer, member of the Chamber of Advocates of the city of Moscow, partner of lawyer firm “Reznik, Gagarin and Partners” Ilya Mikhailovoch Paleev (DAC Chairman)

    - Deputy Executive Director – Head of the Legal Department of Russian Judo Federation Vera Borisovna Bebutova (Deputy Chairman of DAC) 

    - Vice President of Russian Weightlifting Federation, merited coach of the Russian Federation Alexander Aleksandrovich Petrov 

    - Director of Scientific Center of Biomedical Technologies (NCBMT) of Federal Medical Biological Agency of Russia, Doctor of Medical Science, professor Vladislav Nikolaevich Karkischenko 

    - Allergologist-immunologist doctor, candidate of medical science, senior scientific fellow if Federal State Budget-Funded Institution “State Scientific Center Institute of Allergology” of Federal Medical Biological Agency of Russia, associate professor of department of clinical allergology and immunology of Moscow State Medical Dentistry University named after A.I. Evdokimov, member of Russian Association of Allergologists and Clinical Immunologists and EAACI – Ekaterina Nikolaevna Medunitsyna


Russian Anti-Doping Agency RUSADA initiated the creation and coordination of work of independent Disciplinary Anti-Doping Committee. Hearings conducted by the Committee establish whether anti-doping rules violation took place. The hearing process shall respect the following principles:
  • Fair and impartial hearing panel;
  • Athlete’s right to be represented by counsel at athlete’s own expense;
  • Athlete’s right to be informed in a fair and timely manner about the asserted anti-doping rules violations;
  • Right of appeal regarding the accusations of anti-doping rules violations and imposed sanctions;
  • The right of each party to present evidence, including the right to call and question witnesses subject to the hearing panel’s discretion to accept testimony by telephone or written submission;
  • Person’s right to have an interpreter at the hearing, with the hearing panel to determine the accuracy of translation and the procedure for reimbursing the costs of the interpreter’s services;
  • Timely, written and reasoned decision, which necessarily includes the reasoning of the imposed period of ineligibility