Posted by on January 7, 2019 12:23 pm
Categories: µ Newsjones

• Team was forced to leave Russia last month
• Rusada could still be punished, says Sir Craig Reedie

World Anti-Doping Agency (Wada) experts hope to finally get their hands on secret Russian doping data after a row over specialist IT equipment was resolved. Wada’s team will now fly back to Moscow on Wednesday having been forced to abort their original trip because their equipment, which was reportedly able to extract data from wiped hard drives, was not certified under Russian law.

The news was welcomed by Wada’s president, Sir Craig Reedie, who said: “If the mission is successful in acquiring the data, it will break a long impasse and will potentially lead to many cases being actioned.”

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