Wada found 18 weightlifters urine sample replacement with new technology

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 Wada found 18 weightlifters urine sample replacement with new technology


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According to the World Anti Doping Agency, the intelligence and Investigation Department of Wada began to investigate the problem of weight lifting doping in August 2017. In the process, they developed the latest technology for screening urine sample substitution, and used this method to find 18 athletes from 6 countries or regions suspected of using other peoples urine samples to evade doping detection.

It is reported that Wada has transferred the latest discovery to the agency responsible for International Weightlifting Federations Anti Doping affairs.

Recently, there has been no calm within the Federation. First, papandreas executive chairman was deprived of real power by the Executive Committee, and then the transitional chairman was appointed twice. Then, many officials, including President Urso Urso, resigned. The reason is that corruption and doping are inseparable. The International Olympic Committee has also issued a stern warning against the continuous turbulence of the International Weightlifting Federation, which may result in the expulsion of weightlifting from the Olympic Games.

Just a few days ago, the international Juju Federation published an open letter jointly signed by transitional president Irani and Secretary General zalu through its official website. According to the letter, the Federation will hire experts in law and governance reform to form an independent reform and Governance Committee, and will hold a special conference on constitutional reform at the end of March next year.

In order to update the organizational structure and relevant rules and regulations and prepare for next years Congress, the International Federation of Ju Ju will employ experts in law and governance reform to form an independent reform and Governance Committee, the letter said. This is the key to respond to the concerns of the International Olympic Committee on the Anti Doping work of the International Federation of womens federations.

The open letter also revealed that the International Federation of Ju Ju plans to hold a conference on constitutional reform in Lausanne, Switzerland from March 24 to 25 next year, and an election meeting from March 26 to 27. In addition, the contract has been renewed with the international inspection agency (ITA) under the jurisdiction of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) until 2024, which is also seen as a demonstration of its determination to fight doping. (end)

Source of this article: Wang Chengcheng, editor in charge of chinanews.com_ NB12651