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Russian Olympic Committee rejects prospect of 2020 ban

After Russia turned over data from the Moscow anti-doping laboratory, more than two weeks after a Dec. 31 deadline, WADA said Tuesday it wouldn't ban Russia's anti-doping agency for missing the deadline.

WADA to make decision on Russia on January 22

WADA's Compliance Review Committee (CRC) will offer that recommendation by Thursday after meeting members of a WADA inspection team in Montreal on Monday and Tuesday.

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Do not leave athletes in limbo, says US doping chief

A WADA Compliance Review Committee (CRC) will meet at the agency's Montreal headquarters on Jan. 14-15 where they will hear from the five-member inspection team that were not allowed to retrieve data from the laboratory.

Anything short of declaring Russia non-compliant 'a failure': WADA committee

WADA also faced mounting pressure from national anti-doping organisations (NADOs), who on Wednesday said it is time to show that no nation is exempt from compliance with the World Anti-Doping Code.

WADA 'bitterly disappointed' at Russia's failure to meet deadline

WADA's Compliance Review Committee (CRC) will meet Jan. 14-15 to review the situation and make a recommendation to WADA's executive committee on how to proceed.

WADA denied access to lab data, Russia facing suspension

The five-member WADA team had spent a week in Russia but left the Moscow lab and returned home frustrated and without having retrieved any of the data in Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS) it had been promised access to.

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WADA to visit Moscow lab and access data next week

Russian authorities must also ensure that any re-analysis of samples required by WADA following review of the laboratory data is completed by no later than June 30 2019.

Olympic champion Edwin Moses asks for thorough review of WADA culture

Olympic champion Edwin Moses sent a tersely worded letter to leaders of the World Anti-Doping Agency, asking for an investigation into the culture at WADA.

Russian anti-doping body fears missing WADA deadline

WADA in September restored RUSADA's accreditation, in theory paving the way for Russia's readmittance to major international sports events, after suspending it in 2015.

Athletes outraged at proposed age requirement for WADA president

A list of guidelines under consideration includes a requirement that any candidate to replace Craig Reedie be at least 45.

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