Appealing against RUSADA decisions to CAS by athletes requires involvement of foreign experts and causes significant RUSADA financial expenditures on representatives.
CAS decisions do not require enforcement, therefore they are recognized without any further procedures.
As a general rule, the expenditures for representing services are legal fees and should be collected.
At the moment, RUSADA is concerned about unreasonable appeals from athletes who put RUSADA in a situation where it is necessary to hire a lawyer for representation in CAS and spend budgetary funds.
In order to ensure the principle of legality, to prevent and compensate unreasonable spending of federal budget funds, RUSADA begins the work on collection of court fees on cases lost by athletes in CAS.