Russian Enemy of Doping Organization expresses subtleties from skater Kamila Valieva’s hearings will be kept mystery
Over eight months after Kam.ila Vali.eva’s positive medication test shook the Beijing Olympics, the Russian Enemy of Doping Office said Friday it won’t reveal any data about her hearings, the choice or some other insights regarding her case, inciting U.S. Hostile to Doping Office Chief Travis Ty.gart to shoot the cycle as a “joke” and call for sure fire activity from the Global Olympic Board of trustees and different associations.
“The World Enemy of Doping Organization, the Global Skating Association and the IO.C ought to promptly report an allure of any choice and hold an open cycle, as the standards give, with the goal that there is trust in the ultimate result,” Tyg.art messaged USA TODAY Sports Friday morning.
“Shy of this, it’s unimaginable for competitors or the general population to accept what occurred at the 2022 Beijing Games was genuine and in addition to one more deceitful win by the Russians like so many previously, as the proof has obviously shown.”
The consequences of the figure skating crew contest at the Olympics in February were tossed into chaos when Valie.va, the then-15-year-old star of the Russian group, was found to have tried positive for a prohibited substance the past December, driving the remarkable wiping out of the occasion’s decoration function.
Russia won the gold award, the US won the silver decoration and Japan won the bronze. Because of the agonizingly sluggish speed with which Russia has as far as anyone knows been examining the doping body of evidence against Valieva, the competitors actually have not accepted their decorations, and specialists have anticipated it very well may be a lot more months, and, surprisingly, one more year or more, before they do.
There likewise could be a re-requesting of the decorations if Valieva somehow managed to be precluded, with the US climbing to take the gold, trailed by Japan and Canada, the fourth-place finishers in the opposition.
In a proclamation messaged to USA TODAY Sports, RUSAD.A said it was keeping all subtleties of the Valiev.a hearing cycle secret since she is a “safeguarded individual,” or minor.
However, for a case that is so prestigious around the world, and one that slices to the actual heart of the respectability of the famous and dubious game of figure skating, Tygar.t said substantially more is in question.
“In the event that she is excused, nothing remains to be covered up, so disclose it,” he messaged. “Surely, maintaining the choice and realities mystery makes a joke of the entire cycle and there is no big surprise competitors and the general population don’t confide in the worldwide WAD.A hostile to doping framework.”
Messages to spokespersons at WAD.A, the IO.C and the IS.U were not promptly addressed early Friday evening.