RUSADA referred to privacy when commenting on the doping information in Tolpar
MOSCOW, April 1 – RIA Novosti, Andrey Simonenko. The Russian Anti-Doping Agency (RUSADA) declared confidentiality, commenting on doping-related information among Ufa “Tolpar” players in the Youth Hockey League.
Earlier, the MHL press service reported that two hockey players of the Tolpar club, the farm club of Salavat Yulaev from the Continental Hockey League, found meldonium in doping tests. Two samples were taken from the team’s players in February and five in March.
Meldonium has been in the monitoring program of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) since 2014. In 2016, meldonium was banned in in- and out-of-competition sports, followed by a series of doping scandals related to the drug’s use. One of the most high-profile cases was the former world’s number one Russian case of Maria Sharapova, who received a 15-month suspension.
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