The Russian Anti-Doping Agency, or RUSADA, cleared Kamila Valieva for any wrongdoing. Thus, the World Anti-Doping Agency will review its doping decision regarding the Russian figure skater.
Since the date of her sample collection was December 25, 2021, the judgment effectively absolves Valieva of any misconduct. Accordingly, it imposes no punishment beyond nullifying her results as of that date.
According to sportsbook pay per head reports, a RUSADA panel has ruled that the Russian Olympic Committee (ROC) is entitled to keep the team figure skating gold medals they earned at the 2022 Olympics in Beijing.
The RUSADA suspended Valieva a day after she became the first woman to land a quadruple jump in the Winter Olympics. Also, she led the Russian Olympic Committee (ROC) to earn the gold medal in the team event in the Winter Olympics.
In December 2021, she tested positive for a prohibited drug, trimetazidine, a cardiac medicine that can increase endurance. However, the testers failed to submit the failed drug test from December to RUSADA until they completed the analysis of the sample during the Olympics.
Valieva has not given a public explanation for the positive test findings, according to the best bookie software sources.
In Beijing, the United States team placed second, behind the victorious Japanese squad and ahead of Canada in fourth place. However, there was no medal ceremony at the games because of the doping scandal.
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