Britain refused to give WADA the sample suspected of doping champion

Британия наотрез отказалась выдавать WADA пробы заподозренного в допинге чемпиона

British anti-doping Agency (about ukad ukad) has refused to issue the world anti-doping Agency (WADA) any samples athlete Mo Lights, which was suspected of doping.

The sample was requested after former coach runner Alberto Salazar was suspended for smuggling of testosterone. The former head of WADA Craig reedy’s resignation stated that he intends to test athletes who collaborated with the coach and double-check their samples.

In the UK the requirements of the Agency refused, writes The Telegraph. In about ukad ukad said that will not give WADA the samples from storage, because they have to be stored there for 10 years in anticipation of advances in chemical science.

“Every time we open up the sample for study, we lose the opportunity in the future to find in it something new,” explained Executive Director, Nicole Sapsted.

British athlete of Somali origin Mo Farah, four-time Olympic champion, six times world champion, seven times European champion. In England he was knighted and awarded the order of the British Empire.