Putin wants to leave doping issues in past amid data inquiry

Putin wants to leave doping issues in past amid data inquiry

Putin wants to leave doping issues in past amid data inquiry

Putin said Moscow was complying with all of the World Anti-Doping Agency's demands.

"We are actively cooperating with Wada".

Moscow, Oct 10 (SocialNews.XYZ) The Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF) expects to sign 10 agreements with a total value of over USA $2 billion when Russian President Vladimir Putin pays a state visit to Saudi Arabia on October 14, the RDIF head said Thursday.

Putin says "our country, our athletes, are first of all interested in leaving in the past all shortcomings linked to anti-doping issues".

Russia's Athletics Federation has been banned from global competition since 2015 over a vast state-run doping conspiracy, and the worldwide Association of Athletics Federations last month extended the ban.

At an energy forum in Russian Federation earlier this month, Putin commented on the OPEC+ alliance and said that "Russia remains a responsible party to the OPEC+ deal".

Leclerc: 'Everything is clear' at Ferrari after Sochi controversy
The 32-year-old denied that his actions had been influenced by the fact that Leclerc has been out-performing him in recent races. Vettel added: "We didn't write anything in stone".

"The changes to the data are so big and significant that it can't be an accident", said Ganus, RUSADA's director general.

"The punishment is going to be very tough, because it won't be the first time that Russian Federation has broken the laws".

WADA confirmed on Tuesday that it had received a response to questions on inconsistencies in the data from Russia's authorities but did not give a timeline on how long it will take to complete the compliance procedure.

RUSADA had been suspended for almost three years over revelations of wrongdoing including a systematic conspiracy to switch tainted samples at the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics.

Russians competed as neutral athletes at last year's Pyeongchang Games when their national Olympic committee was suspended for doping.

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