The TAS registers an appeal from the AMA in the case of doping by Russian skater Valieva
He Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) registered this Friday the appeal presented by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) against the decision issued by the Russian Anti-Doping Agency (RUSADA) in the case of the Russian figure skater Kamila Valeva.
The LOVES request one Four-year retroactive suspension for Valievawhich would deprive him of the gold medal of the Beijing Winter Olympics from last year.
valievathen 15 years old, helped the Russian team, which was competing as a neutral due to Russia's state doping plot sanctions, to the medal of gold in the team event.
A few days later it was learned that he had given positive for the banned substance trimetazidine at the end of December 2021, forcing the team medal ceremony to be postponed until the case was resolved.
The RUSSIAN ruled last month that valieva was not guilty "of fault or negligence" and only disqualified her from the national championships in which she had tested positive.
The LOVES stated on Tuesday that “has carefully reviewed the entire reasoned decision” and “considers that the conclusion of the Russian Anti-Doping Agency disciplinary tribunal that the athlete did not engage in 'misconduct or negligence' is erroneous under the terms of the World Anti-Doping Code in this case”, and has exercised his right to present a appeal before the TAS.
He TAS It said it has started arbitration proceedings, but did not set a time frame for the verdict. He added that the decision would be final and bindingwith the exception of the right of the parties to lodge an appeal before the Swiss Federal Court.
valieva has returned to national competition, but Russian skaters have prohibited from participating in international competitions as part of the sanctions imposed after the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
(With information from Europe Press)
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