Following the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), the International Skating Union (ISU) also responded to the decision of the Russian Anti-Doping Agency (RUSADA), which exonerated figure skating star Kamila Balieva (17, Russia)메이저사이트. rebelled In addition, they insisted that Baliyeva be disqualified as a player.
The ISU said on the 23rd (Korean time), “The conclusion of the RUSADA Disciplinary Committee that Balieva, who caused the doping scandal, was not at fault or negligent is wrong. We will appeal to the CAS.” “he said.
In addition, the ISU insisted on the suspension of Valieva’s qualifications and the removal of Russia’s gold medal in the team figure skating event at the Beijing Winter Olympics.
As a result, ISU joined hands with WADA to respond to RUSADA. WADA also appealed to CAS against RUSADA’s injunction against Valiyeva the day before.
Previously, WADA requested RUSADA to cancel all of his competition results after December 25, 2021, the date of the positive test sample, along with a four-year suspension of Valiyeva’s qualifications.
However, RUSADA concluded that Balieva was not at fault and not responsible for the anti-doping rule violation. In addition, only the results of the competition at the time the doping samples were collected were canceled.
Balieva was a strong favorite to win the figure skating women’s singles at the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics. However, ahead of the competition, a urine sample he submitted showed a positive reaction to trimetazidine, causing a stir.
Initially, RUSADA decided to suspend Balieva, but it was soon withdrawn. Then, the International Olympic Committee (IOC), ISU, and WADA protested and filed a complaint with CAS.
The CAS dismissed the IOC’s objections, citing the fact that Balieva was a protected athlete under the age of 16 and that the doping test was too late and there was insufficient time to refute it.
After much controversy, Baliyeva entered the race, but perhaps because of the strain on her mind, she made one mistake after another, and after she stayed in 4th place, she shed tears.
It’s been about a year since the Olympics, but she still hasn’t admitted to doping. Russian authorities also awarded her bounties and medals, ignoring Balieva’s doping facts.