Russian Anti-Doping Agency “RUSADA”

Our mission: to protect athletes’ health and their right to participate in doping free sport.

Our target: to create zero-tolerance attitude to doping in the Russian society.

Our tasks: to prevent and detect violations of anti-doping rules.

Press Releases

All-Russia athletic federation, following the materials provided by RUSADA Disciplinary anti-doping Committee, rendered following decisions
All-Russia athletic federation, following the materials provided by RUSADA Disciplinary anti-doping Committee, rendered following decisions...
Russian Wrestling Federation, following the materials provided by RUSADA Disciplinary anti-doping Committee, rendered a decision that made athlete Khatuev Turpal ineligible for 2 years and athlete Munapov Adlan ineligible for 4 years for violation of art. 2.1 of the All-Russian Anti-Doping Rules, the period commencing on November 03, 2015

Antidoping News

On March 31, 2017, at 23:59 application process for the position Director General of RUSADA was closed. Over 600 people responded to the vacancy.
Today a group of 25 potential RUSADA Doping Control Officers (DCO) completed phase one of their training, as part of RUSADA's obligations for obtaining compliance to the World Anti-Doping Code, and its future tasks as the Russian Anti-Doping Agency.
Russian Ministry of sport has approved changes in Anti-doping rules of the Russian Federation that were developed by Russian anti-doping agency RUSADA. Changes cover chapters 8 “Disciplinary proceedings” and 13 “Appeal”. These changes became necessary because for now appeals against RUSADA decisions should be applied directly to Court of Arbitration for Sport in Lausanne, Switzerland. Moreover, some proceedings changes were made regarding the work of Anti-doping Disciplinary Committee.

RUSADA Calendar

The Russian Anti-Doping Agency "RUSADA" launches a e-learning anti-doping platform for athletes, athletes' personnel, as well as all interested persons wishing to increase their literacy in the field of anti-doping.
The Director General shall manage the current operational activities of the Agency, acts without power of attorney on behalf of the Agency within his/her competence as defined by the Statute of the Agency, the Regulation on the Director General of the Agency and other applicable regulations of the Russian Federation and local normative acts of the Agency.
RUSADA continues to work with WADA, the Ministry of Sport and the Independent Public Anti-Doping Commission, together with other stakeholders, in bringing the organization back to compliance with the World Anti-Doping Code. RUSADA's progress towards compliance remains steady and positive.