Witold Banka trat am 1. Januar das Amt des des Präsidenten der Welt-Anti-Doping-Agentur (Wada) an. Im SPORTBUZZER-Interview spricht. Der Präsident der Welt Anti-Doping Agentur (WADA) Witold Banka unterstreicht in seinem offenen Brief an Sportlerinnen und Sportler die Entwicklungen der. Der frühere Leichtathlet Witold Banka wird neuer Präsident der Welt-Anti-Doping-Agentur. Der Pole tritt Anfang Januar die Nachfolge von Sir.
Witold BańkaDie Welt-Anti-Doping-Agentur WADA bekommt einen neuen Vorsitzenden. Der Pole Witold Banka wird am 1. Januar Nachfolger von Craig. Witold Bańka ist ein ehemaliger polnischer Politiker und Sprinter. Von 20war er polnischer Tourismus- und Sportminister. Seit ist er Präsident der Welt-Anti-Doping-Agentur. Biographie: Banka, Witold; polnischer Leichtathlet (Sprint), Sportfunktionär und Politiker.
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I am sure together we will make anti-doping systems stronger," added the former sprinter, who specialized in the meters.
His election came on the same day that Russia's sports minister denied that there had been any manipulation of data from Moscow's anti-doping agency.
WADA has said it has identified inconsistencies in laboratory data provided by Moscow earlier this year, an issue that could jeopardize Russia's participation in the Summer Olympics in Tokyo.
Pavel Kolobkov told reporters in Moscow that Russian experts had analyzed the data and found no "deletions" or "manipulations. Russia has been the focus of a number of investigations and has faced sanctions since the release of the WADA-commissioned McLaren Report in , which revealed evidence of a vast doping network in the country.
Also on Thursday, WADA approved a revision of its World Anti-Doping Code which is to come into force on January 1, , following a two-year consultation process.
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Seine persönliche Bestzeit von 46,11 s stellte er am August in Osaka auf. Danach war er freiberuflich als Unternehmensberater tätig und coachte Firmen im Bereich Public Relations gegenüber Medien und bei Imagekampagnen.
Am November auf der WADA-Konferenz zum Präsidenten gewählt. Failure to do that, in my view, runs the risk of them going back to the bad old days and starting to do what they did before.
A number of NADOs were thinking entirely on a political basis and not a practical basis. Critics see the merit in some of those words but also point out that the ultimate absence of the ultimate deterrent and a determination to see through a threat of removal in the event of non-compliance.
WADA must soon decide what to do about an independent recommendation on the large block of anti-doping test data withheld by Russia in the first phase of investigation into allegations of systematic doping and then delivered by Russian authorities beyond a deadline to WADA back in January.
Sir Craig Reedie — Photo Courtesy: WADA. Look at the situation that has existed over the past 18 months to two years — the biggest political stand-off there has been for years.
WADA is just about the only organisation that has actually brought Russia to do what we wanted them to do. They are now behaving extremely well. The last sentence is the key.
Sir Craig spoke those words a while before Russia out itself back in the dock, Yuri Ganus, the director general of RUSADA , among those joining the growing chorus of those calling for action as they point to manipulated data and attempts to bypass truth and justice.
Someone has tried massively to hide the information. It could also be a question of athletes names. Turn back the clock to the road to Rio and among waves of athletes at first banned from the Games were swimmers whose names were to be found on a list of cases open to question because of alleged manipulation of data.
Whether through any fault of the athlete or not, it was suggested at the time as though names had been changed on urine sample pertaining to swimmer A when they actually belonged to swimmer B.
Those suggestions were dismissed, IOC, WADA and FINA were all party to decisions that left athletes with tainted images without anyone knowing whether that might be fair or not, that allowed all Russian swimmers back in for Rio , some of that down to premature decisions taken by WADA when it came to research into meldonium and how long it could survive in the body.
Now, as draws to a close, WADA grapples yet with more than 2, historic samples retrieved from the IOC-accredited Moscow Laboratory and containing, it would seem, as much controversy as blood and urine can stand.