The Russian Bobsleigh Federation will not be liable to drill, he said the new president, Elena Anikin, will be.
Anikin was elected president last Wednesday when he took over from the old developing pedigree Alexander Zubkov, who had been involved in the austerity lot. He won two gold medals at the 2014 Sochi Olympic Games, both in double and average scores, but then that the athlete was using banned materials.
"Unfortunately, our alliance has links with spies," said Anikin to TASS. “We gradually negotiate this situation. I have agreed with the Russian Anti-Doping Agency (RUSADA) about joint working. ”
The new chief executive says he wants to look to the world as he co-operates against the downturn. "We show that the whole world understands that we are not suffering from harassment," he has never seen Anikin.
Zubkov was found guilty of innocence, and his medal at the Quad race was held by four-person international Oscar Melbourne, Daumant Dreisken, Arti Wilkast and John Streng. The two-person competition following the disqualification of Zubkov was bronze medalist Melbardis and Dreiskens. Although disqualification was ordered, Zubkov refuses to release his gold medals.
In return, Zubkov retired from himself in February as president of the Russian Bobsleigh Federation. The disqualification at Krieva is valid until 18 December 2020, but after service, he will be able to return to the post of President of the Russian Bobsleigh Federation.