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

In accordance with the decisions of the Lausanne (Switzerland) Court of Arbitration for Sport the decisions of the Disciplinary Anti-Doping Committee of RUSADA of 20 January 2015 regarding athletes Olga Kaniskina, Sergey Kirdyapkin, Sergey Bakulin, Valeriy Borchin, Yuliya Zaripova and Vladimir Kanaikin for anti-doping rule violation consisting of the use of a prohibited substance and (or) prohibited method have been partially modified.
All-Russia Athletics Federation following the materials provided by Disciplinary Anti-doping Committee rendered a decision that made Zaytceva Julia (sport - athletics) ineligible for 4 years for the anti-doping rule violation, the period commencing on July 16, 2015
Russian powerlifting Federation, following the materials provided by Disciplinary antidoping Committee, rendered a decision that made Dergunov Vladimir ineligible for 4 years for the anti-doping rule violation, the period commencing on October 2, 2015

Antidoping News

In accordance with provisions of the International Standard for Testing and Investigations, the Russian Anti-Doping Agency RUSADA prepares a list of athletes included into the Extended Registered Testing Pool.
The decision of the Russian Anti-Doping Agency RUSADA on a lifetime ban for Viktor Chegin, a coach of the State institution for supplementary education “The V.M. Chegin Olympic Training Center for Race Walking of the Mordovian Republic”, was approved by the All-Russia Athletics Federation.
On February 14, 2016, Nikita Olegovich Kamaev, the former Executive Director of the Russian Anti-Doping Agency “RUSADA”, suddenly died at the age of 52

RUSADA Calendar

Dear colleagues! Please take a note that from the 1st of January 2016 Meldonium (Mildronat) will be prohibited both in in-completion and in out-of-competition period. Meldonium is added to the Class S4 (HORMONE AND METABOLIC MODULATORS) of the WADA Prohibited List 2016. Athletes must stop taking this substance in advance, as of the 1st of January 2016 the detection of this substance in the Athlete's sample would be considered as an anti-doping rules violation.