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PRAGUE---IOC President Thomas
Bach proposed an overhaul of the
World Anti-Doping Agency s opera-
tions yesterday, including the creation
of independent testing and profes-
sional intelligence-gathering units to
avoid the type of scandals that have
embroiled Russia and track and field.
In a radical change, Bach also rec-
ommended that all doping sanctions
be handed down by the Court of Arbi-
tration for Sport, rather than by indi-
vidual sports bodies or WADA.
"We are convinced that the adoption
of these proposals would lead to a
more efficient, more transparent, more
streamlined, more cost efficient, more
harmonised anti-doping system," Bach
said. "It would better protect the clean
athletes and enhance the credibility
Bach also said that Russia s Olympic
chief briefed him on "important first
steps" that have been taken to reform
the country s anti-doping program
following the suspension of its track
and field federation.
The Russian committee issued a
statement reaffirming its commitment
to punish athletes, coaches and officials
involved in doping to ensure Russia
can return to track and field compe-
tition at next year s Olympics in Rio
The Russian committee said it
planned to expel former Russian ath-
letics federation president Valentin
Balakhnichev from its executive body.
Balakhnichev has been accused of par-
ticipating in a plan to extort money
from marathon runner Liliya
Balakhnichev has also been expelled
from Russian President Vladimir
Putin s advisory council on sport and
fitness, the ROC said.
Bach spoke in a keynote address at
the opening in Prague of the general
assembly of the European Olympic
Committees, with Russian officials
among the delegates.
A month ago, a summit of Olympic
leaders proposed that drug-testing be
taken out of the hands of sports organ-
izations, and that WADA should take
over testing on a global level to ensure
more credibility. WADA leaders agreed
this week to study the idea.
Yesterday, Bach laid out three pro-
posals for WADA to consider, in order
to ensure a "streamlined, efficient and
worldwide harmonized anti-doping
--- Setting up a testing and results
management unit within WADA that
is independent of the agency s mon-
itoring role. Sports federations would
transfer their anti-doping systems to
the new body and make funding avail-
able. Governments would support the
new organization "both logistically
--- Establishing a "professional intel-
ligence-gathering unit" within the new
doping body. The unit would deal with
compliance by national anti-doping
bodies and drug-testing labs accredited
by WADA. This would help to make
them "compliant at all times and in
such a way to protect the clean athletes
MOSCOW---Russia s athletics feder-
ation says three athletes have been
found in breach of its suspension from
international track and field.
World athletics governing body the
IAAF suspended Russia last week, and
its athletes are only allowed to compete
in domestic events.
In a statement on the Russian ath-
letics federation website, general sec-
retary Mikhail Butov said the IAAF
notified the federation of three cases
in which Russians have "taken part in
marathons and races on November 14
and 15" in violation of the suspension.
One of the three is believed to be
Viktor Ugarov, who won the Kanazawa
marathon in Japan on Sunday, two days
after the suspension was announced,
and was later disqualified. The identities
of the other two were not immediately
IAAF DOPING SCANDAL
Russia says 3 athletes
found breaking suspension
worldwide to the same level."
Doping bans and other sanc-
tions to be imposed only by CAS,
the Swiss-based arbitration court
that currently rules on appeals of
doping and other cases. Bach said
the change would make the
process more cost efficient and
harmonized across all sports and
countries. The right to appeal
against sanctions to a different
CAS panel "would be fully upheld
"This proposal is essential in
view of a more harmonious appli-
cation of the anti-doping rules
everywhere in the world," CAS
secretary general Matthieu Reeb
told The Associated Press. "This
would constitute the most sig-
nificant evolution for CAS in the
last ten years.
"For the moment, it is however
only a proposal. There will be
many steps to take before reaching
In the meantime, Bach said
WADA would lead an intelligence-
gathering program funded by the
IOC to make drug-testing as
independent as possible in the
lead-up to next year s Olympics
in Rio de Janeiro.
during the Olympic Games will
also be guided by this intelligence
group from WADA to make it
more targeted and effective," he
Earlier, Bach spoke with Russian
Olympic Committee chief Alexan-
der Zhukov, who informed him
of "some first very important
steps" taken by the country to get
its house in order on doping.
Russia s athletics federation was
provisionally suspended by the
IAAF last week following a report
by a WADA-appointed commis-
sion that accused the country of
operating a state-backed doping
Russia s track and field athletes
are indefinitely banned from glob-
al competition and could miss the
Olympics in Rio. (AP)
IOC president proposes overhaul
of WADA doping operations
International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach speaks during a press conference in Seoul, South
Korea. Russia's track and field athletes will be cleared to compete in the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro in August.
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