WADA is committed to investigate doping in Russia

On Monday, the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has vowed to investigate the latest statement regarding doping in the game Winter Olympics 2014 in Sochi, Russia.

WADA said the investigation will be conducted thoroughly, according to a statement by TV CBS "60mintues" and The New York Times, published on comprehensive doping in Russia.

WADA chairman Craig Reedie said: "WADA has vowed menu decisive in the investigation on these extra charges penetrated by CBS "60mintues" and the New York Times, as well as reports from various circles regarding this issue. "he added Reedie WADA will try to solve this problem as well, because it's needed to be addressed to ensure the purity of the sport.

The last week before The New York Times quoted the former head of Russia's drug lab in Sochi, Grigory Rodchenkov said at least 12 athletes, including a gold medal is closely related doping.

Rodchenkov laboratory revealed that the urine sample taken at least 100 samples for testing before entering the tournament.

WADA president Reedie said the allegations of the New York Times Television and CBS "60minutes" investigation will be led by former international police agency Interpol police Mr. Mathieu Holz.

WADA said Mr. Holz is due to visit Russia for talks with Vitaly Stepanov and Rodchenkov about the issues involved in the case.
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