Canada: RUSADA 'committed to raise the bar' — WADA

The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA)'s Deputy Director General Rob Koehler outlined Russia's re-integration and trust-building measures following doping scandals that had marred its reputation over the past year, speaking at its first ever athlete forum in Calgary on Tuesday. «They're committed. They want to work with us to ensure that they do raise the bar,» Koehler stated, speaking of attempts... Еще by the Russian Anti-Doping Agency (RUSADA) at building trust and facilitating integration into the world of sports. The athlete forum was organized to establish rules and regulations to help athletes fight doping in the world of sports. More than 100 athletes from over 50 countries participated in the first draft of the charter. One of the key issues discussed was how to deal with non-complaint countries like Russia and if they would be allowed to host sporting events.

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