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Russian biathlete found guilty of violating anti-doping rules


MOSCOW, March 25 The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) found the Russian biathlete guilty Ekaterina Glazyrina for an anti-doping rule violation, according to the website of the International Biathlon Union (IBU). In September 2020, the IBU announced that Glazyrina had been provisionally suspended for alleged anti-doping rule violations. She returned to biathlon in February 2019 after a two-year suspension for the use of prohibited substances. In March 2021, Greg McKenna, head of the independent Biathlon Governance, Transparency and Anti-Doping Enforcement Authority (BIU), announced that the investigation into Glazyrina had been completed and documents had been submitted to CAS. “Ekaterina Glazyrina was found to have committed a violation anti-doping rules through her use of a prohibited substance and/or method on September 19, 2013. In accordance with the IBU constitution, the CAS disciplinary tribunal ruled that Glazyrina must serve a twelve-month ban. – the message says. The decision was made on the basis of data from the Moscow Anti-Doping Laboratory (LIMS). All results shown by Glazyrina between September 19, 2013 and December 18, 2013 were annulled. The verdict of the CAS disciplinary tribunal can be appealed by both parties to the appellate arbitration department of the court within 21 days from the receipt of the final decision. , if its results will correspond to the level of the team.

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