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"anti doping agency" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:30 min | 3 months ago

"anti doping agency" Discussed on WTOP

"Berating her With closing ceremonies coming this weekend on Sunday Billy Eva's performance and the doping scandal around her will that be the legacy of these Beijing Olympic Games Earlier we heard from USA Today columnist Christine Brennan who's in Beijing and spoke with John on Skype This is the story that kind of swallowed up the second week of the Olympics really week and a half of the Olympics and that's so unfortunate because it took away the moment from so many skaters especially in the women's competition of course we had to ask them all about it And of course they were answering it And many cases rising to the occasion and talking about how important clean sport is and drug testing and all of that But yes the Camilla valley of the story was extraordinary And of course I've covered every second of it And it's heartbreaking too because we're talking about a 15 year old And the pressure the weight of the world was on her shoulders as the spotlight was shining so brightly and she finally succumbed to that pressure We saw a kid just falling apart on the ice with all the mistakes she made in the women's long program And of course falling to fourth place So a shocking end to a bizarre story and the bottom line here is the Russians have been doping and cheating state sponsor cheating now for at least 8 years and the International Olympic Committee has never dealt with it And so this is the huge explosion that maybe the International Olympic Committee deserved even though our hearts go out to the 15 year old who of course didn't deserve any of this And the adults in her life who seemed to have failed her completely Yeah coming out of this Do we see changes from the IOC on the horizon There are certainly talk about increasing the minimum age for figure skaters right now it's 15 to be an international competition Maybe they'll move it up to 16 or 18 although you don't want to penalize the kids who can do the big jumps at a very young age when their bodies are tiny and they can fly through the air So if you end up having an age limit like 18 well then what happens if the juniors are actually doing more and are better athletes than the Olympians That's a problem My thought would be for the age men and my business as big a deal as how about a minimum of care from coaches The adults surrounding Camilla vela failed her And that's really the story here And hopefully they will be suspended or kicked out of the sport in some way when all is said and done when the final decision comes from the court of arbitration for sport On the much longer investigation on Vallejo's positive drug test So there are certainly calls for that and the team around vela the coaches are going to be investigated by the world anti doping agency and also the Russian anti doping agency which is an oxymoron if ever there were one But nonetheless it's good that they're going to be investigating those coaches because of course of the mental anguish and the lack of empathy that we saw especially from the lead coach Terry to peruzzi after valjevo stepped off the ice On Skype that's USA Today sports columnist Christine Brennan in Beijing It's one 14 It's the brain scarf presidents day sale and Maryland sales tax holiday with once a year applying savings you won't want to miss Pay no Maryland sales tax on select energy.

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Report: Valieva tests positive for banned heart medication

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 3 months ago

Report: Valieva tests positive for banned heart medication

"Russian newspaper RBC is reporting that the fifteen year old Valjevo tested positive for a banned heart medication before arriving at the Beijing Olympics that puts the ROC's team victory in jeopardy and could leave the squad without the favorite to win the women's gold medal the sample was reportedly obtained in December when value if it was still in Russia the test didn't come to light until after she helped her team win gold with dynamic performances in her short program and free skate the drugs used to treat angina and is banned by the world anti doping agency is a stimulant it's unclear whether valley AVA has any heart problems I'm Dave Ferrie

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"anti doping agency" Discussed on Raw Talk Podcast

Raw Talk Podcast

05:29 min | 8 months ago

"anti doping agency" Discussed on Raw Talk Podcast

"How do they do it. We sat down with james fitzgerald the senior manager in media and communications at the world anti-doping agency or water for short. He explains what what is what they do. And what they hope to. Continuously achieved in the world of anti-doping while is is the global regulator for for anti doping in sport around the world It was started just over twenty years ago and it came out of a time when the liz braided consistency in the world of of anti-doping so you could have a situation where some sports had rules of sports had different rules or no rules at all. As some countries had had strong anti-doping legislation others did nauseam was no consistency. No harmonization so you can have a situation where a enough the could be suspended from competing in in one sport one due to doping offenses plus. At that time they were free to compete another sports or other country so clearly. That wasn't an optimal situation. And so what. I was born items Quickey sort of put rules on everything and so it's Quite a remarkable achievement. I suppose to to get to the stage where where now. We have nearly two hundred governments on all the main sports including the olympic movement. Awfully behind the the anti-doping system and we've got one set of rules that are applicable around the world so the athletes no the at protected in our country but also they're protected when they go and compete overseas on crucially that their competitors from other countries are subject to the same rules as they are as james mentions one of watteau's goals is to protect athletes and promote clean fair sport. But the reality is that some professional athletes often use drugs or supplements as part of their training. How does water decide. What is safe in permitted. James discusses what role in continuously managing and updating which substances are deemed to be prohibited as well as the rigorous process. Behind how exactly prohibited substances are determined and published each year. The the documents that governs this area is called the prohibited list. I substances of a methods This.

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"anti doping agency" Discussed on The World: Latest Edition

The World: Latest Edition

04:18 min | 10 months ago

"anti doping agency" Discussed on The World: Latest Edition

"Piano concerto number one. The international olympic committee had hoped. These punishments would teach the russians lesson but as the world's sarah birnbaum reports. That's not quite what's happening in twenty fourteen. At the sochi olympics the russians devised an elaborate system of doping that involved secret rooms special agents and steroids dissolved in shiva's royal whiskey. The guy who ran the drug testing lab at so chee greer chink of spelled. It all out in the documentary ecus. Does russia have a systematic statewide doping system in place to cheat the olympics. If we're you the mastermind of a statewide system that cheated the olympics. So the russians were caught red-handed. And the i o see. The international olympic committee came up with this band. Not a ban as punishment travis tiger to the ceo at the us anti doping agency says it's a farce and i think it emboldens others who may be tempted to get away with the kind of fraud that russia did because it really provides no meaningful consequence to the greatest fraudulent scheme of doping. The world has ever seen the ioc could have done a blanket ban of the russian team but said it didn't wanna punish innocent athletes just because of where they're from rob keeler. Who is an advocate for athletes. Montreal says there's another reason. Russia yields a lot of influence in international sport. A have long tentacles are sitting in a lot of international federations and they put a lot of money into sport so in a simple word it all boils down to. Who's paying the bills. And who's given the money so. Russian athletes are competing in tokyo but under a cloud of suspicion. Last week american swimmer ryan murphy lost the two hundred meter backstroke. Final two russian. You've guinea riley off murphy made some veiled accusations at a press conference afterwards at the end of the day. Like i do. I do believe there's doping in in serving and that is that is what it is. The russian winner insisted he was clean and left it at that but the russian olympic committee had a field day with the comments. It wrote a tweet that was classic with national. Forget that dila collected circle slava mahmoud. A russian sports writer gave me a rough translation or victories. Get some of our colleagues nervous. Yes we're here adul- impo games whether someone likes it or not and there's a second part of the tweet will forgive those were weaker. God is there judge and god is our helper on mama says the ro sees tweet encapsulates everything you need to know about how the ban is going down in russia. This is the entire attitude. It's not only goodness. Are athletes have been victimized because of our mistakes when you rethink how we approach sports. It's russia's still the best in spite of everything and the evil west is trying to punish us for being so great with are still great. This attitude is coming from the top last week. A spokesperson for the russian foreign ministry posted a video on instagram where she pretends to answer questions from the press. Dean was emma. Colleague mentioned him smokeless of a fake reporter asks. How do you feel about the russian national anthem being replaced by tchaykovsky and she says we love our rivals on the podium. So we want them to listen to classical music social glycemic or video ends with a hat tip to the band queen we will rock you the hashtag. We will rock you with rock spelled r. Oc for russian. Olympic committee is trending on social media. Journalists love. mahmud says the so-called ban is turning into a pr coup for the russian state. Work all comes down to it. They're competing they're winning the having opportunity to tweet snarky replies to americans and they also get to both proud and offended at the same time which.

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Seeking Reform, U.S. Holds $1.3 Million in Dues From WADA

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 10 months ago

Seeking Reform, U.S. Holds $1.3 Million in Dues From WADA

"Seeking reform of the United States is withholding part of dues owed to the world anti doping agency on the eve of the opening of the Tokyo Summer Games U. S. officials say nearly half of the two point nine three million dollars in dues owed to the world anti doping agency will be held back until it becomes clear what reforms the drug fighting agency is undertaking Richard bomb of the White House drug control office told a congressional committee Wednesday one point six million dollars will be paid to water the U. S. first threatens to withhold dues last summer and water responded by suggesting it might sanction nations not paying their dues U. S. do is account for about seven point three percent of waters forty billion dollar annual budget hi Mike Rossio

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"anti doping agency" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

02:17 min | 11 months ago

"anti doping agency" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"Richardson could claim to be the fastest woman in the world right now. She won the 100 M at the U. S track and Field Olympic trials last month in Oregon in her time of 10 point Six seconds made her a gold medal favorite at the Tokyo Olympics. The Olympics begin this month, but Richardson has been suspended for 30 days due to marijuana use. Here's more Several top athletes have rallied behind Shakeri Richardson after she lost her shot at Olympic glory because of a 30 Day ban triggered by a failed marijuana test last month. Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes tweeting quote. This is so trash man. Just let her run Former NBA great Dwayne Wade tweeting. The majority of y'all's rule makers smoke and are probably invested in THC companies. Let's stop playing these games. Richardson won that 100 M at the Olympic trials in June. But then her world came crashing to a halt. When reports of the positive test surfaced on Thursday, Richardson put out the tweet. I am human and spoke to the Today show on Friday. I know what I did. I know what I'm supposed to do. Um, No, I'm not. I'm allowed not to do And I still made that decision. She said she had just learned from a reporter that her biological mother had died and turned to marijuana, which is legal in Oregon side of the trials, but remains a banned substance of abuse based on the world Anti Doping Code. We all have our different struggles. We all have different things we did with, But I put on the face to have to go in front of the world and put on my face and hide my pain. Who am I to tell you how to cope? Who am I to tell you? That you're wrong for hurting. The United States Anti Doping agency said The typical punishment for a positive THC test is a three month band, but it was reduced to one month because her use occurred out of competition. And was unrelated to sport performance. Don't judge me. I am human. I'm new. I just happen to run a little faster. Richardson is still eligible to run in the four by 100 relay. That event occurs after her 30 Day suspension ends in late July. The final two members of that relay team have yet to be named, leaving the door ajar for Richardson's possible participation.

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Richardson Will Miss Olympic 100 After Marijuana Test

SportsCenter All Night

02:17 min | 11 months ago

Richardson Will Miss Olympic 100 After Marijuana Test

"Richardson could claim to be the fastest woman in the world right now. She won the 100 M at the U. S track and Field Olympic trials last month in Oregon in her time of 10 point Six seconds made her a gold medal favorite at the Tokyo Olympics. The Olympics begin this month, but Richardson has been suspended for 30 days due to marijuana use. Here's more Several top athletes have rallied behind Shakeri Richardson after she lost her shot at Olympic glory because of a 30 Day ban triggered by a failed marijuana test last month. Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes tweeting quote. This is so trash man. Just let her run Former NBA great Dwayne Wade tweeting. The majority of y'all's rule makers smoke and are probably invested in THC companies. Let's stop playing these games. Richardson won that 100 M at the Olympic trials in June. But then her world came crashing to a halt. When reports of the positive test surfaced on Thursday, Richardson put out the tweet. I am human and spoke to the Today show on Friday. I know what I did. I know what I'm supposed to do. Um, No, I'm not. I'm allowed not to do And I still made that decision. She said she had just learned from a reporter that her biological mother had died and turned to marijuana, which is legal in Oregon side of the trials, but remains a banned substance of abuse based on the world Anti Doping Code. We all have our different struggles. We all have different things we did with, But I put on the face to have to go in front of the world and put on my face and hide my pain. Who am I to tell you how to cope? Who am I to tell you? That you're wrong for hurting. The United States Anti Doping agency said The typical punishment for a positive THC test is a three month band, but it was reduced to one month because her use occurred out of competition. And was unrelated to sport performance. Don't judge me. I am human. I'm new. I just happen to run a little faster. Richardson is still eligible to run in the four by 100 relay. That event occurs after her 30 Day suspension ends in late July. The final two members of that relay team have yet to be named, leaving the door ajar for Richardson's possible participation.

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Richardson Will Miss Olympic 100 After Marijuana Test

CBS Sports Radio

01:57 min | 11 months ago

Richardson Will Miss Olympic 100 After Marijuana Test

"Zachary Richardson. If you were not a sports fan, even if you're a hardcore sports fan. She's in an Olympic sport that does not get the attention it deserves. Track and field gets that law when it's an Olympic year, and the U. S. Olympic track and field trials were unbelievable, over two week span at the University of Oregon. She was going to be a gold medal threat in the 100 M because she won the 100 M of the Olympic trials, but she had to apologize on Friday morning for testing positive for marijuana. The United States Anti Doping Agency on Friday announced that she has accepted a one month suspension and in accepting that penalty The results in the U. S. Olympic trials have been disqualified and she will forfeit any metal points and prizes. Travis Tigard is in charge of the U. S. A. D S and CEO when he was on genetic Golic Jr this what he had to say about the U S. A. D, a suspending chicory Richardson. It's a really tough and Sympathetic case, you know, as my statement said, when we had to handle it when it was reported positive to us, because the rules you know, gave us no choice whatsoever. Um and she, you know, acknowledged the situation and did treatment as We, You know, worked out with her and gave her the absolute minimum of one month that we could, but recognizing that also who you know, automatically disqualified her victory in the 100 M. You know, we were heartbroken by it because you know we're not here as an anti doping organization to, you know, deal with recreational or non performance or non health threatening. Situations. But, you know, we have to follow the rules of the World Anti Doping Agency, which are the global rules that apply around the world. The two problems I had with the decision. Number one people making excuse of chicory Richardson. Chikara Richmond said that she knew the rules. She said her use of marijuana as a coping mechanism at the finding out her biological mother had passed away. I understand that

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"anti doping agency" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:17 min | 11 months ago

"anti doping agency" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Terry Richardson was poised to be a breakout star at the Summer Olympics starting this month in Tokyo. But now a positive test for marijuana has disqualified her from one of the game's marquee events. The 100 M race. This morning on NBC's Today show. Richardson says she is taking responsibility for the failed test. I know what I did I know what I'm supposed to do. Um, no, no, I'm allowed not to do and I still made that decision. Joining me now is NPR's sports correspondent Tom Goldman. Hey, Tom. Hi. So what can you tell us about this positive test that she got? Well. It happened to the track and field trials in Oregon last month. Shakeri Richardson She's 21 says she ingested pot after finding out her biological mother had died unexpectedly, and she said it sent her into a state of emotional panic Now, the US Anti Doping Agency announced today she's accepted a one month ban, which started June 28th. That's the minimum suspension allowed under the current rules, and she was given the minimum because the merry marijuana use was out of competition. It wasn't related to sport performance, and she completed a counseling program. Okay, so one month from June, 28th. But the games aren't even a weekend at that point. So why couldn't she still compete in the 100? M good question, you know, based on the calendar of events she could July 28th is when the band would end track and field events starting the 30th, but The positive test disqualified her from 100 M at the trials, which she won, which means she can't compete in that event at the Olympics. There is still a possibility, though the USA Track and Field could choose her for the four by 100 M Relay team. No word on that yet. Well, her being out of the 100 M like how big of a deal is that? It's a big deal. She had a good chance to win gold. Her showdown with the great Jamaican sprinter Shelley and Fraser Pryce that was already being hyped. The 100 M. Athletes are often flamboyant Elsa matching their their glamour event. And Richardson certainly is that at the trials, you couldn't miss her with her long orange hair. Huge false eyelashes, along with gymnast Simone Biles and swimmer Katie Ledecky. She was going to be one of the most publicized athletes in Tokyo. It's just too bad. What have been the reactions to the news today? Uh, disappointment and anger best captured in a tweet by Star NFL quarterback Patrick Mahomes. And I'm quoting here. This is so trash man. Just let her run. There's a widespread feeling that since marijuana has been so normalized, and since it's legal in nearly 12 States. Why punish someone for it? This country's top anti doping sheriff, Travis Tigert, He's the US Anti Doping Agency CEO. He acknowledged the sanction is a tough one. He called it heartbreaking. But as he also said the rules are clear. The World Anti Doping Agency classifies marijuana as a substance of abuse. It's on the prohibited list because it meets some or all of the following criteria. It poses a health risk to athletes. Has the potential to enhance performance and violates the spirit of sports. So like it or not, That's the rule and shit. Terry Richardson got caught up in it. That's.

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"anti doping agency" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:39 min | 11 months ago

"anti doping agency" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Monday and Tuesday. President Biden says the Department of Defense will create specialized units to handle sexual assault cases within the military press Secretary Jen Psaki called the announcement an important step forward. He views sexual assault is an abuse of power and affront to our shared humanity and sexual assault in the military is doubly damaging. Following recommendations from an independent commission. The Biden administration will give up investigative rights of sexual assault cases from the chain of command. The move comes following the death of Vanessa again. At Fort Hood and the investigation in the aftermath. The search for a San Antonio man who vanished while swimming is over Port Aransas police. The officers found Nicholas Burley's body this morning while our patrolling a Beech 19 year old had disappeared earlier this week while swimming. His father also drowned while attempting to save his life. Olympic sprinters Shakeri Richardson of Texas will not be able to run in the 100 M race after testing positive for marijuana. Heather Fazio with the group Texans for Responsible Marijuana policy, says this shows the current policies are out of touch. We see institutions still lagging behind public opinion, whether it's government or institutions like the Olympics. Richardson, who was from Dallas, told the Today show that she knew marijuana was a No. No. The US Anti Doping Agency makes clear on his website that weed is perhaps But it in competition. Millions of Americans are expected to travel this Fourth of July weekend Triple label He's 47 million people will travel over the long holiday weekend. Gas prices are jumping just in time for the holiday. Tripoli says the drivers are paying an average 2 80 per gallon for.

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"anti doping agency" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:41 min | 11 months ago

"anti doping agency" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Chris Farmer Golf magazine recently named George right in Hyde Park, the third best public golf course in the country. Tell these guys something they don't know. Awesome. Just a great place to play from uni where as good as it gets. It's a great course, like keep in great shape, and they've done a lot of work to the last few years of for municipal course it's a total gym. It even has good eats. We come here for lunch because the menu is great. The people are great. They sure were to me. But the key to George writes high marks is the layout. A beauty of a design by Rene An architect Donald Ross. He was way ahead of his time. Any Donald Ross course you play, you're going to see a pretty unique place. What we have here is it's kind of a boutique. Your rank higher than the place they play in the U. S open as we speak. We're a better layout. It's a better golf course. Chris Farmer WBZ Boston's news radio. Some of the nation's top athletes will be in Eugene, Oregon. Today. Why, for the start of the Olympic track and field trials, and the final ruling is in on a runner who claims a burrito. Messed up her drug test. The American runner who claims she tested positive for doping after she ate a burrito from a food truck will not be allowed to take part in trials for the Summer Olympics in Tokyo. Hours after USA Track and field gave the green light for Shelby Hula had to participate. The U. S Olympic Committee overruled the decision, announcing it is adhering to the World Anti Doping Agency code. That means full the hands four year bad stands. She claimed she unknowingly ingested an anabolic steroid by eating pork in a burrito. Studies have found small amounts of nandrolone, an awful made from pig organ meat. Deborah Rodriguez CBS News.

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Did a Burrito Cost American Runner Shelby Houlihan Her Olympic Dream?

CNN 5 Things

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Did a Burrito Cost American Runner Shelby Houlihan Her Olympic Dream?

"Runner shelby houlahan blames a pork burrito for a positive steroid test that resulted in a four year suspension. The athletes integrity unit dismissed. The american runners claim upholding the suspension. That will keep her from competing. In this year's olympics houlahan unusual defense is not without merit the world anti doping agency funded a twenty fifteen study that found trace amounts of the nandrolone steroid can be found in poor.

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"anti doping agency" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"anti doping agency" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Meteorologist Dave Fraser says each of the January Snow's saw less than two inches of accumulation in Denver next week's storm could double that amount. Colorado Springs, M. M A fighter Raquel Pennington will not be fighting for several months following a suspension. The U. S Anti Doping agency announced the band Thursday, saying she took medications which are on a UFC list of banned substances. Pennington self reported the violation, saying it was important for her to do the right thing. I'm Chad Bauer on K O a news radio 8:50 A.m. and 94 1 FM. But the best friends support traffic center. It'll be a quiet drive on the metro You free once got no major incidents with lace for the moment. No woman I roadwork is causing any problems. C 4 70 people Highlands Ranch, You're gonna find speech gonna be normal. There's no problems in the 4 70 25 through the text center. It was looking good. You'll make the time on. I 70 between over or in golden. There's no incidents on 36 between here and colder, and you should be able to make a time out to the airport on Pina Boulevard, Fox 31 pinpoint whether it's going to be partly sunny with a high of 58 Tonight. Sloan's gonna be about 27 tomorrow. Expect around 49 with the lower around 28. Then on Sunday, I have 50 currently it's 29. I'm very outgoing Keohane news radio live everywhere on the I Heart radio app it then I will be a president for all Americans. Executive orders. It's no changes. In the 8400 deaths get the vaccine distributed its back. We're about to impeach.

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CAS Reduces Russia’s Doping Ban to Two Years

the NewsWorthy

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

CAS Reduces Russia’s Doping Ban to Two Years

"It's official. Russia is banned from using its flag and anthem at the next two olympics. This all stems from a doping scandal. Last year the world anti doping agency learned that russia had been tampering with drug testing data. Russia was initially threatened with a four year ban meaning. They would have no formal presence at international competitions for four years but the court of arbitration for sport said yesterday that the ban will be two years instead and this doesn't just affect the olympics but other global competitions to like the fifa world cup the youth of games and other world championships now to be clear even though russia is banned. Russian athletes are still allowed. Some of them can still compete as long as they're not suspected of doping the says they'll just be competing as a neutral athlete or neutral team. Meaning they're not

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Russia Gets Its Doping Ban Reduced But Will Miss Next 2 Olympics

WSJ What's News

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Russia Gets Its Doping Ban Reduced But Will Miss Next 2 Olympics

"Russia's banned from international sports for doping offenses has been cut in half. Russia appealed the decision by the world anti doping agency. The country will be banned from next. Summer's postponed tokyo olympics. And the two thousand twenty. Two beijing winter games russian athletes will still be allowed to compete as neutral athletes. If they're not under suspension their uniforms cannot display the flag of the russian federation but they can include the word. Russia critics of the ruling say authorities have been too lenient

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Russia can't use its name and flag at the next 2 Olympics

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Russia can't use its name and flag at the next 2 Olympics

"Russia will not be able to use his name flag and the anthem of the next two Olympics for the any world championships for the next two years of the ruling by the court of arbitration for sport the laws on bass chord hopped a four year ban proposed last year by the world anti doping agency in a landmark case the queues Russia of state ordered tampering over testing laboratory database in Moscow the ruling also blocked Russia from bidding to host major sporting events for two years Russian athletes and teams will still be allowed to compete at next year's Tokyo Olympics and the twenty twenty two in two games in Beijing as well as world championships including the twenty twenty two World Cup in Qatar if they're not implicated in doping well coming up positive tests I'm sorry a shockingly

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Despite doping ban, Russian athletes prepare for Olympics

Memphis Morning News

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

Despite doping ban, Russian athletes prepare for Olympics

"Russia according to the world anti doping agency has and universal unanimously agreed to ban Russia from major international sporting competitions including the Olympics in the World Cup for four years over doping non compliance their review committee suggested several sanctions because of the Russian anti doping agency's failure to cooperate fully during probes into Russian sport the executive committee decided to uphold the recommendations at a meeting yesterday in Switzerland a Russian whistle blower doctor Grigory Rajin cough who was probably soon be committing suicide was influential in initially exposing snitches get stitches a in exposing the doping cover up

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Despite doping ban, Russian athletes prepare for Olympics

America Tonight with Kate Delaney

01:59 min | 2 years ago

Despite doping ban, Russian athletes prepare for Olympics

"The politics in sports you can reverse into politics and sports rims sports and politics about Russia being banned from the Tokyo games yeah for four years for over four years for doping so the world anti doping agency said Nenana it's not happening forget about it you are out my friends and the Russian athletes will still be allowed to compete at the Olympics next year in the twenty twenty Beijing winter Olympics but only as neutrals it if they can prove that they were not part of a state sponsored system of doping so there you have to go through a bunch of hoops on on that and Russia Russian Olympic programs are saying no there's no we we we shouldn't be nailed for this that's it's not right they're denying it they're denying that they had anything to do with with coping so I I think it's you know that the Russian flag the anthems like avail added events like the Tokyo games the Paralympics the twenty twenty two World Cup in Qatar then it's not going to happen there band and that means that the that's it and they're not happy about it but Russia or the Russian federation has competed at the modern Olympic Games as a lot of different in a lot of different occasions but there's different nations in six appearances Russian athletes have won a total of four and twenty eight medals at the Summer Olympic Games another hundred and twenty at the Winter Olympic Games so are they Olympic officials they want you know their outrage that Russia's efforts to cheat the system they're not happy about this at all and they voted unanimously to

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Russia Banned From Olympics and Global Sports for 4 Years

AP 24 Hour News

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

Russia Banned From Olympics and Global Sports for 4 Years

"Them you won't see the Russian flag or here it's anthem at next year's Tokyo Olympics A. P.'s Charles de Ledesma reports the country's been banned from participating in major sporting events for the next four years Russia's hosting of world championships and Olympics both also face being stripped off to the world anti doping agency executive committee approved a full slate of recommended sections as punishment for leopard tree database infringements Russian athletes will be allowed to compete in major events only if they all not implicated in positive doping test or if that data was not to manipulated according to the agency routing however it's unclear how the routing will affect Russian teams taking part in world championships such a house so because

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Russia hit with 4-year Olympics ban for falsified doping data

Tony Katz and the Morning News

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

Russia hit with 4-year Olympics ban for falsified doping data

"Russia is banned from all major sporting events for doping including the Olympics and the soccer World Cup fox's Simoneau one reports Russia handed a full year banned by the world anti doping agency after that organization rules Russian officials template with data at a drug testing the poetry in Moscow planting fake evidence and deleting files links to positive tests before yes spell includes next year's

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"anti doping agency" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"anti doping agency" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"It's eleven till a legendary television children's puppeteer has died the most remarkable Carol Spinney the long time voice of Big Bird and Oscar the grouch on Sesame Street passed away yesterday named a living legend in two thousand by the library of Congress many passed away at his Connecticut home after battling dystonia he was eighty five the gentleman on if it's ten till Robert workman has sports Justin this morning the world anti doping agency has given Russia a four year ban from all major sporting events including next year's summer Olympics and the twenty twenty two World Cup athletes who can prove they are not tainted by the scandal will be allowed to compete under a neutral flag this goes back to when Russia ran into some doping violations in twenty eighteen number three up back in the last earlier this year actually but now a four year ban for Russia which will include next year's Olympics and the twenty twenty two World Cup NFL yesterday week fourteen on so they saw the ravens fight off the bills twenty four seventeen to become the first AFC team to clinch a playoff spot Lamar Jackson threw three touchdown passes and became the second quarterback ever to rush for a thousand yards in a season Baltimore's one nine straight chief over the patriots twenty three sixteen that ends New England twenty one game home winning streak third longest in NFL history Kansas city clinches the AFC west forty Niners outlasted the saints forty eight forty six Demeter upload drew Brees each threw for three hundred forty nine yards rob Lowe for TV's breeze five it came down or other goals thirty or field goal to win it as time ran out Sunday that the ram Dodge the Seahawks twenty eight to twelve Jared Goff with a couple of TD passes Akers got past the Redskins twenty fifteen for their tenth win Vikings right behind the last alliance twenty to seven the defense with five sacks and two turnovers Broncos travel the Texans thirty eight twenty four Ricky drew lock three first half touchdown passes as Denver build up thirty eight to three lead Titans doubled up the raiders forty two twenty one Ryan Tannehill three ninety one from the area through the air and three passing touchdowns their fourth win in a row Steelers put the cardinals twenty three seventeen Deontay Johnson an eighty five yard punt return for one touchdown caught a pass for another round bounce the Bengals twenty seven nineteen they're still alive bus stop the colts thirty eight thirty five James Winston four hundred fifty six yards passing and four scores gesture to the dolphins twenty two twenty one charges bolted best the Jaguars forty five to ten of the falcons flew by the Panthers forty to twenty Matt Ryan found a lovely day the key is for a ninety three yard touchdown the longest of Ryan's career and the first NFL catch for the rookie from Virginia tonight is the giants in the eagles college football final playoff full on Sunday Ellis you moved back into the number one spot ahead of Ohio state both won their transfer in the conversation games on Saturday as the defending national champion Clemson twenty eight wins in a row there's a three seat going into the tournament Oklahoma is number four it'll be the bayou Bengals and the Sooners in the peach bowl in Atlanta on December twenty eighth followed by the Buckeyes and Tigers that night at the Fiesta Bowl in Glendale Arizona the new years six bowls are also set and bowl season starts next Friday forty games on the schedule and the college basketball their number five Virginia top number seven North Carolina fifty six forty seven about specter the cavs after both teams were blown out in the big ten ACC challenge number nine Gonzaga with number twenty two Washington eighty three seventy six NBA Sunday Lakers too much for the general's one forty to one twenty five Anthony Davis scored fifty lebron James thirty two points plus thirteen SSL is now twenty one of three best record.

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World Anti-Doping Agency imposes 4-year ban on Russia

America in the Morning

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

World Anti-Doping Agency imposes 4-year ban on Russia

"Justin this morning the world anti doping agency has given Russia a four year ban from all major sporting events including next year's summer Olympics and the twenty twenty two World Cup athletes who can prove they are not tainted by the scandal will be allowed to compete under a neutral flag this goes back to when Russia ran into some doping violations in twenty eighteen number three up back in the last earlier this year actually but now a four year ban for Russia which will include next year's Olympics and the twenty twenty two

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"anti doping agency" Discussed on AP News

AP News

09:26 min | 2 years ago

"anti doping agency" Discussed on AP News

"Russia's hosting of world championships and Olympics both also face being stripped off to the world anti doping agency executive committee approved a full slate of recommended sections as punishment for liberty tree database infringements Russian athletes will be allowed to compete in major events only if they all not implicated in positive doping test or if that data was not to manipulated according to the agency routing however it's unclear how the routing will affect Russian teams taking part in world championships such oz so because World Cup I'm Charles to this month

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World Anti-Doping Agency imposes 4-year ban on Russia

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

World Anti-Doping Agency imposes 4-year ban on Russia

"Russia's hosting of world championships and Olympics both also face being stripped off to the world anti doping agency executive committee approved a full slate of recommended sections as punishment for liberty tree database infringements Russian athletes will be allowed to compete in major events only if they all not implicated in positive doping test or if that data was not to manipulated according to the agency routing however it's unclear how the routing will affect Russian teams taking part in world championships such oz so because World Cup I'm Charles to this month

Russia Executive Committee Charles
Russia banned from 2020 Olympics and 2022 World Cup over doping scandal

America in the Morning

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Russia banned from 2020 Olympics and 2022 World Cup over doping scandal

"Justin this morning the world anti doping agency has given Russia a four year ban from all major sporting events including next year's summer Olympics and the twenty twenty two World Cup athletes who can prove they are not tainted by the scandal will be allowed to compete under a neutral flag this goes back to when Russia ran into some doping violations in twenty eighteen then was re brought back in the last earlier this year actually but now a four year ban for Russia which will include next year's Olympics and the twenty twenty two

Justin Russia Olympics Four Year
Russia awaits sanctions from World Anti-Doping Agency

Latino USA

01:04 min | 2 years ago

Russia awaits sanctions from World Anti-Doping Agency

"The world anti doping agency is poised to handle new sanctions against Russia for its latest alleged doping infractions agency officials meet Monday in Switzerland to consider recommendations that would ban Russia from hosting or competing in the next two Olympic Games impairs Ron at Tom Goldman reports the world anti doping agency want to propose the sanctions alleging Russian manipulated drug testing data it was required to turn over it's the latest chapter in a scandal that dates back several years when independent reports reveal the state sponsored doping system in Russian sport the new penalties would include a four year ban on Russia hosting or competing in major sporting events including the Olympics they're considered the toughest to date but critics accuse wanna and the international Olympic committee of being too lenient toward Russia in the past and say the current sanctions are more of the same they still allow closely vetted clean Russian athletes to compete at major events if want approves the sanctions Russia which denies wrongdoing would have twenty one days to appeal Tom Goldman NPR

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WADA panel recommends neutral status for Russia at Olympics, ban from hosting major events for 4 years

Mark Levin

00:24 sec | 2 years ago

WADA panel recommends neutral status for Russia at Olympics, ban from hosting major events for 4 years

"Russia could miss out on representation at the Olympics again next year over anti doping violation the world anti doping agency's compliance review committee has proposed a four year ban on Russia hosting major events and the band for the same period on flying the Russian flag at major competitions that ball the white investigation the lab data handed over by Russia in January for which the water panel says dad on hundreds of positive tests were removed rush was

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Russia's Olympic future in peril after latest WADA recommendation

AP 24 Hour News

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

Russia's Olympic future in peril after latest WADA recommendation

"A ruling by the world doping agency could put Russia's Olympic future in jeopardy Russia might be barred from next year's Olympic Games in Tokyo the world anti doping agency announced Friday its compliance and review committee recommends a declaration of non compliance by Russia for tampering with data from the Moscow anti doping lab that was being used to prosecute cases the recommendation has been delivered to waters executive committee which meets on December night if the committee agrees to declare Russia's anti doping agency non compliant the process will begin that could lead to Russia being booted from the Tokyo

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"anti doping agency" Discussed on AP News

AP News

10:06 min | 2 years ago

"anti doping agency" Discussed on AP News

"Hi Mike Rossio reporting a decision by an arm of the World doping agency puts Russia's Olympic future in peril Russia might be barred from next year's Olympic Games in Tokyo the world anti doping agency announced Friday its compliance and review committee recommends a declaration of non compliance by Russia for tampering with data from the Moscow anti doping lab that was being used to prosecute cases the recommendation has been delivered to waters executive committee which meets on December night if the committee agrees to declare Russia's anti doping agency non compliant the process will begin that could lead to Russia being booted from the Tokyo games

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"anti doping agency" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

13:40 min | 2 years ago

"anti doping agency" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Senior Chinese diplomat about Beijing's plans for the territory it's twenty years since the world anti doping agency was set up is it up to the job the football is been fumbled too many times on the Russia file but let's see what happens and let's hope they turn the ship that's what everybody wants to happen going athletes are desperate scientists in Mexico find the first man made mama strap filled with a huge pile of bones this year the mom is telling us that they wear thinking about the hunting and we never had anything like this before and this is a leading part I'm fine not just from Mexico but for the whole world and does the U. N. arrived to investigate police violence in Chile president Pinheiro promises justice but doctors tell us of huge numbers of protest is blinded by non lethal ammunition first the world news BBC news with sue Montgomery Iran has withdrawn the accreditation of the U. N. nuclear inspector it says that she trigger the alarm the two uranium enrichment plant raising the believe she was carrying a suspect product stepping further away from the twenty fifteen nuclear deal Iran says uranium enrichment has now been resumed at another plant Bethany bell reports from Vienna this incident seems to be the first of its kind involving IAEA inspectors since world powers struck the nuclear deal with Iran in two thousand fifteen the US ambassador to the IAEA said it was an unwarranted act of intimidation Indian counterpart cousin Gary but body said the inspector had not been detained he said alarms had gone off as she was entering the tense uranium enrichment site there was no doubt he said that suspicious material was involved the French president Emmanuel macron has urged European nations to act in concert alleging that the United States was turning its bunker in Europe interviewed by the British newspaper the economist he said that Europe challenged by Russia and China and weakened by brexit sound internal instability risk losing control of its own destiny Jonathan Marcus is more details speaking less than a month ahead of a NATO summit in London called about the alliance's seventieth birthday present macros Coleman some to school growing tensions within NATO one key fault line is being opened up by president trump who frequently denigrates is NATO allies for not spending sufficiently on their own defense with the macro bemoaned the lack of coordination strategic decision making between the US and its NATO allies with more members than ever and facing many challenges NATO looks set to have a bumpy seventieth anniversary celebration the international criminal court in the Hague this sentence the former Congolese warlord both going to conduct to thirty years in prison he was convicted in July of thirteen counts of war crimes and crimes against humanity the presiding judge said into guns as crimes have been particularly cruel as on a holic and explains among the highlights from the judge today to attacks on villages in which civilians were mu selesa is tied up and bludgeoned to death girls were held in a a status of sexual slavery some school girls children as young as nine years old were rapes and others under the age of fifty were crusades and trained to fight for his rebel militia the militant group Islamic state says it was behind the deadly ambush of troops in northeastern nine area a Nigerian army solicit told the French news agency ten soldiers were killed in the state of Borno on Wednesday a decade of jihad is violence is left tens of thousands of people dent you're listening to the world news from the BBC this is W. NYC in New York at nine oh four good morning I'm Kerry Nolan near to Blasio has passed over a high ranking person of color for the top and Y. P. D. job for the third time since he's been in office to Blasio replaced outgoing commissioner James o'neill with another white male even though first deputy police chief Benjamin Tucker who's African American outranked him at a press conference yesterday Tucker was asked how he felt yeah course you disappointed right at the same time you know it's the maze call right and so I'll leave it there critics say promoting chief of detectives Dermot shaded the top cop job was a quote missed opportunity to approve the diversity of the NYPD the mayor has said the department's top officials work together as a team New York City comptroller Scott stringer is demanding to see proof that the city's public schools are getting inspected for peeling lead paint as required he sent a letter yesterday to schools chancellor Richard Carranza asking for inspection results for the past five years we are we supposed to that the survey that annually the record should be easy to five if they're not that will speak volumes about how seriously they take their obligations the department of education did not immediately respond to a request for comment after an investigation by W. NYC earlier this year school officials admitted that more than eighteen hundred classrooms serving children under six years old had active lead paint hazards they say the hazards have since been remediated and a federal judge in New York is rejected a rule that would made it easier for health care workers around the country to refuse to perform abortions on moral or religious grounds health organizations women's groups and states sued the U. S. department of health and Human Services over the so called conscience rule the plaintiff said it was unconstitutional and would have allowed clinicians to deny patients lifesaving treatment this is W. NYC hello I'm resit fall will continue south from the BBC world service it comes to you live from our studios in central London on the program today we are looking at China's plans for Hong Kong we'll be talking to a senior Chinese diplomat also a mammoth hole of ancient bones and tusks is found in Mexico and how is Iran able to influence its region so effectively to stay with us for all those stories not coming up this hour we begin though in Hong Kong which has seen its worst political crisis for years street protests have been continuing since early June they began overall position to an extradition little sending people to face mainland Chinese courts controlled by the communist policy the mass demonstrations morphed into a bigger call for widespread reform including universal suffrage most observers didn't expect the social and political tension in Hong Kong to enjoy as long as it has now there are those who wonder if the city has been transformed into a place of permanent rebellion the BBC Stephen McDonell has this report monsoon and home phones political process continues this is now a city where pro testing is the knoll Khan's move around Hong Kong without seeing the graffiti polling for democratic reforms using the police and demanding an inquiry into alleged links between locals police and organized crime subway station entrances but it sounds closing early some of that to close hold together as business is being driven out of the city and yes Hong Kong's activists still turning out in this thousands one of the best is breaking to see the destruction in the city this movement is also transformed he pulled a one dollar check this before the protests Hong Kong was used to be distance from each other these rallies of really join us closer you can see strangers fighting side by side on streets and discussing the future together twenty six year olds is inspired by the protest anthem Blue to hold home but can you imagine the day when the circle is achieved they can stop taking to the streets to the day home Congress of real democracy and freedom home is now one of the most political cities in the world the longer the process goes on the more people are being pressured into choosing the side activists color codes businesses like shops and restaurants according to their political allegiances establishment is deems to be pro Beijing then it's seen as a legitimate target for attack okay I'll go to you getting yes we've been attacked but the color how they categorize as we call control this bosses actually neutral the manager at this small chain of Hong Kong cafes they've already had to show off one of their outlets not from a protest a boycott this being a fifty percent drop in tourist numbers and an economy in technical recession is something that that much time they're going to be long term effects this isn't a short term thing system works in finance no one goes on on the king's isolate com blame the recession simply on protests the city shouldn't rely on finance and retail as much as we do on his way to work on Monday morning peak Milledge is the damage which this conflict is causing in Hong Kong it says he hopes that eventually the demonstrations would lead to a free up more sustainable economy hold on high the cold weather I'm in an office full work of protesting in black I'm the same person every Hong Kong the supporting the protests now leads the same double life John is president she's in pain as expressed full confidence in Hong Kong's leader Carrie lam spelling widespread speculation that should be sacked for her administration's poor handling of the situation the chief executive says she won't negotiate with demonstrators as long as the clashes continue however the protesters have shown resilience the government didn't anticipate and enjoy level of community support which the authorities have underestimated by the way it seems there is now no going back to the way Hong Kong walls how Stephen McDonell reporting from Hong Kong joining me here in the studio is ms chan when minister at the embassy of the people's Republic of China here in London makes had the second highest ranking embassy official off to the ambassador will continue south I wonder if I can start by asking you about walk to the Chinese communist policy signaled last week it was preparing to take a tougher approach towards pro democracy protesters in Hong Kong declaring that it would cease find ways to safe called national security what does that mean well thank you for having me and I think the most important signal they sound the most important parts home confesses today is to end violence and restore order this is the most important thing on during the meeting between president she's in pain and as a Carrie lam a presence he reiterated the central government's high degree of a tossed on the chief executive and also flew open only commands of the chief executive and high team and suddenly I heard from the news just now about the amendment of the ordinance actually the purpose of the amendment used to plugging the loophole in the political system in Hong Kong in order to avoid making home Kong a save handful criminals and secondly about universal suffrage without the obstructions of the opposition actually new muscle suffrage would turn to be realized in two thousand fifteen but but let me ask you again what it means to safeguard national security because it's all very well saying that Carrie lam enjoys the confidence of president xi what does it actually mean to strengthen national security what does China intend to do in Hong Kong home home is part of China and Hong Kong as a special administrative region of China which can not be used for any activities and sabotaging the sovereignty and territorial integrity of of China which we have clearly seen in the last five months of violence in Hong Kong another fellow site interference of instigation like quality right give give me an example because that the statement from the director of the Hong Kong Macau and basically commission did talk about foreign actors who you talking about well this is the give you an example just a last week for example the US Congress passed a so called human rights and democracy of home home and act in and this is a clear interference into China's internal affairs into home comma fez and the politicians high level politicians.

"anti doping agency" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

03:48 min | 3 years ago

"anti doping agency" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"It's potentially another big day for their bid to return to the sporting fold develop in the last few as is W F athletics. World governing body has cleared forty-two Russians to compete as neutrals allowed to take part under their country's flag at the moment. And later the world anti doping agency is going to decide whether or not further sanctions will be imposed for that missed deadline on allowing water access to testing data held in Russia. We can talk to our sports correspondent, Alex capstick. What has been getting a lot of flack from athletes and others forgiving? Russia. More time to produce that data, Alex how serious is the threat to Russia today. Do you think? Well, yes, it seems as we've been discussing Russia and Lauda for for many months even years and still is controlled see rumbles on whatever is decided by WADA's executive board today. Matthew is absolutely certain. This is not the end of the matter. At stake today is Russia's status within the World Anti-Doping Agency, whether or not the country remains compliance with the code after missing a deadline for handing over the data from Moscow's anti-doping lab that process was supposed to have been completed by December thirty first it wasn't because the Russians said the equipment used to extract the data didn't have the correct clearance. That was eventually sold to the team returned to Moscow kept going and got what they were after. Now, the independent compliance review committee that was set up by Walter how to meeting about this miss deadline last week, they made a recommendation, we don't know what that recommendation is. But that is what the executive board will be considering today and the consequences for Russia. I if they are noncompliant, how broader because we've heard that athletics already taking their own action as you know, the Russians have to compete under a neutral banner at the moment in athletics. How how what are the consequences from Russia's point of view for water taking action athletics is the only sport that they are? Banned from at the moment that also bent on the international Paralympic committee is they can't compete in the Paralympics the night. We tend to the Russian flag Abang from water is largely symbolic. It means that they come that the country won't be able to hold international sports events. And although what it does possess more muscle now when it comes to sanctions that includes an Olympic band. We're nowhere near that scenario. I think if you look at today's announcement, these are the same people the executive board who voted overwhelmingly last September to reinstate Russia Craig Reedie, the presence of water set at the time that he was one hundred percent certain Russia would deliver on his promise to make the data available. Now, they have made that data available. It has been late, of course. But I think if you look at the way they voted last time you'd have to think they're probably go again on on not reinstating the ban because that data has been made available. But is that that that speculation that, but that is what if you look at what people are saying people who follow this story. That's what they seem to be concluding Joe, and I mentioned Roger has been coming under. A lot of pressure. There is controversy about how they approach this case, isn't it. Absolutely. I mean, the the anti-doping campaign is that includes athletes and includes national anti-doping agencies around the world have been very critical of the way water handled. It they accused Bader basically caving in to Russia of being a too soft on Russia, and what they're saying is a misstep line is amistad line. Russia has been flouting the rules for many years again. And that many years before, of course, now they wanted the coating on on the mortar ticket come down hard on them reinstated band. That's what they promised to do anything less than that for these people that will be huge criticism again coming his way. Alex, many, thanks. That's Alex capstick updating us on that. And as when they announced their decision will, you know here on the BBC. Six minutes to the hundred years ago, the world is recovering from the.

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"anti doping agency" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:59 min | 3 years ago

"anti doping agency" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'm guy rise coming up. If you wanna have a happier life. I would say practice forgiveness forgiveness is self empowerment forgiveness is emphasis you want to seek a true relationship with another person often that means saying I'm sorry. Can we start over this episode forgiveness? First this news. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. This is day. Twenty four of a partial government, shutdown federal employees are furloughed or continuing to work without pay. Republican Senator Lindsey Graham of South Carolina is urging President Trump to agree to reopen. The government for several weeks and continue negotiations over his demand for money for a border wall Graham says if that fails the president should declare a national emergency as a way to get a wall built along the US Mexico border democratic congresswoman Carolyn Maloney of New York is urging Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell to schedule votes on temporary spending bills that would end the partial shutdown the bills on the floor for a vote. Let the American people see who is they're voting to open up the government to have it function and workers should not be held hostage. Federal offices in the nation's capital or closed today because of a weekend winter. Her storm that dumped snow from the midwest to the mid-atlantic some areas of Virginia and Maryland received about a foot of snow hundreds of airline flights are canceled or delayed today because of the weather house minority leader Kevin McCarthy says action will be taken against Iowa. Republican congressman Steve king for king's comments to the New York Times about white supremacy. NPR's Shannon, van Sant says the Congressional Black caucus once king removed from his committee assignments, the New York Times reported king said he does not understand why the freezes white nationalist and white supremacist our offensive and that he supports imigrants entering the US legally if the assembly to an American culture based on European white values house minority leader Kevin McCarthy says he'll have serious conversations with king later today about his future in the Republican party. King has released a statement saying he in fact, rejects the labels and ideology of white nationalism. And supremacy. Shannon. Vincent, NPR news, Washington. A federal judge in California is temporarily blocking a Trump administration policy that allows private employers in another thirteen states and Washington DC to opt out of birth control coverage for their employees, that's part of company health plants. Caroline champlin with member station. K Q E D reports the policy was set to go into effect on Monday, and what have allowed private companies to opt out of providing contraceptives under the Affordable Care Act on religious or moral grounds attorneys from California twelve other states and the district of Columbia argued in front of judge Haywood Gilliam on Friday calling the policy discriminatory in his ruling Gilliam agreed with the state's saying it could have dire public health and fiscal consequences. The parties are expected to meet later this month to work towards a final resolution for NPR news. I'm Carolyn champion in San Francisco. This is NPR news from Washington. Stocks in Asia ended the day mostly lower shares in China lost ground after the government in Beijing reported weaker than expected numbers on trade. Analysts say it sparked renewed concerns about global economic slowdown. A committee of the World Anti-Doping Agency is meeting in Canada this week to consider reinstating a ban on Russia has Dan carpenter reports the talks in Montreal follow Moscow's decision to allow agency inspectors to examine data from tainted Russian lab late last month. Russian officials said the equipment the inspection team was using was not certified under Russian law, but getting access to the data before the end of the year was one of the conditions imposed by water when it provisionally reinstated. The Russian anti doping agency in September. Another water team did begin retrieving data as of last week. But there have been questions about whether all the samples would be handed over or even if some have been tampered with what is compliance review committee will meet over the next couple of days to consider whether. The band should be reinstated. Russia's anti doping agency was suspended in two thousand fifteen after a report showed evidence of state-backed systemic doping in Russian sports for NPR news. Dan carpenter in Toronto. They're down to the final four in the NFL playoffs. The New England Patriots will play the Kansas City. Chiefs in the AFC championship game. The New Orleans Saints will take on the Los Angeles Rams in the NFC title game yesterday. The patriots advanced after beating the Los Angeles chargers. Forty one to twenty eight the saints rallied to beat the eagles twenty to fourteen the winners will advance to Super Bowl fifty three..

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"anti doping agency" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

05:07 min | 3 years ago

"anti doping agency" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"However. Not good news. He was stripped of those titles and one of those records because of no he didn't a positive drug test. All he did was he doing the old? Oh. Positive drug tests gross that he wasn't doping in the US anti doping agency says, well, we kind of believe him. But nonetheless Lee sanctions stand was a part of his arthritis Manzar. That was kind of down for a while. But I'm over it back in July growth took part of the US masters track. National championships in Pennsylvania tested negative for drugs. Oh. The five hundred meter time trial, then he went out and had a liver dinner at local. Next day competed in the two thousand meter individual pursuit set a world record in ninety two ninety four age group with a time of three minutes. Six point two seconds. However, urine sample collected after the event came back positive for a banned substance trend, Berlin, whatever that is tracked sand there it is. And here's a guy. One hundred one years old says tells us when he believes is the secret to longevity. The secrets along Germany. He says is eating twenty seven pounds of MAC and cheese. And a cigar a daily Coors light. He has a strict deadline. We may miss it by half hour. So, but we will still get together for that four o'clock beer, what better place to get it straight from the source apparently inside the PA bills pub inside the Coors brewery and golden Andrew says he liked the way it tasted there. It's a good flavor. I really enjoyed eighties. One hundred one years old. He was an air force gunner in World War, Two family, man. But one of his favorite things in the world. These days is four o'clock Coors light, and he gives that crazy credits for his longevity. So just keep that in mind. Good for him. Now, here's a guy since we're talking about the elderly. Here's a man who was ninety three years old now, I again, I don't remember if we if we talked about this before, but I'm going to bring you guys in KENDALL, and you and Mark dog Mark ninety three year old. My question to you is in remind me if I've asked this question before who is the greatest entertainer of all time that you have ever seen. Who would you regard to be the greatest entertainer of either our lifetime or people anyone that you have seen whether it's music or movies, or whatever you would consider to be a great the greatest entertainer. Wow. And I'm asking anyone out there listening right now you can weigh in on this. Well, who's the greatest entertainer of our lifetime? You know? I mean for me again because I going back in the way back machine. I would say for me, it was Jack Benny simply because of all the stuff he did during the war, entertaining the troops. Now, he didn't do quite as much as Bob Hope bid after the war, but all of his radio shows during the World War. So yeah, he was doing, but, but you know, after the where he continued to entertain the troops in for multiple wars, mud in World War Two and the Korean war, Jack Benny was all over the place. And of course, he had one of the most popular radio and television shows in the golden days of both and just his his presence. I know a lot of people don't know who he is. Now, it's a shame. Shame. Was the man was a genius. And he was beloved by millions and millions of people all over the world. He was big in Europe too. So yeah, that's a good one. That's a good one. Mark about you. Yeah. I, you know, I'm thinking about this and just because of the variety of things that he did and the impact that he made on the world Jerry Lewis nice and in the female category. I would almost have to go with Carol Burnett. Just because she was such a. A ceiling breaker the glass, ceiling breaker, agus if you will the word I'm looking for escapes me, but she really helped break through the barriers to bring women into comedy. And it was a huge huge instrument and part of women in comedy love. Carol Burnett hard did not deny either one of those. Excellent choices KENDALL. What about you your favorite entertainer? She didn't see my only slow. Let's see actually this is a great way. Into my question here who is my favorite entertainer. Would you get favorite of all time? Is that what does that person is that what you would say of all time? Okay. Fair enough. Well, then I can't say who it is. Because because. Yeah, it's part of my question. Yes. So Tila scandal. What would happen if someone guests that somebody could guess who is my favorite entertainer of all time. And he also happens to be singing the national anthem tomorrow..

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"anti doping agency" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

04:05 min | 3 years ago

"anti doping agency" Discussed on PRI's The World

"I know there's been a lot of checks put on secrecy. Thanks to the internet and social media. Can you imagine what it'd be like today to try and establish some deep cover? I wonder if it would actually be easier because it's just so easy to full people. You can create an entire personality entire profile for yourself that doesn't even exist. It's completely fiction just by creating enough personalities on social websites. So in other words, you can be the person that people believe you are just because they Google you. So. Spies are using the internet are using social media in particular in order to do untold damage, and and new and innovative approaches to stealing information that we're still playing catch up with former FBI operative. Erica, neil. Thanks very much for your time. Thank you for having me on Marco. There's another reason Russia is in the news today doping. You might recall that in twenty fifteen Russia was suspended from events like the Olympics because of widespread doping by Russian athletes, but not just that the World Anti-Doping Agency. Or WADA said it was a state sponsored doping scheme involving Russian government officials fast forward to last September. When WADA decided to lift the suspension, but only on condition that Russia handover key drug test data by December thirty first. Russia. Miss that deadline today might be colleague Alex capstick reports. Wada officials traveled to Moscow to demand the lab data again getting hold of this data is absolutely crucial. Oughta it's why they lifted the ban on Russia in September. Because I felt it's the only way they can get the hands on all of the information which has been locked away inside the Moscow lab ever since the scandal was uncovered in twenty fifteen should hold the key. They hope and identifying those Russians who benefited from the from the cheating, those athletes who who had the positive tests covered up by the Russian authorities McClellan reports, which expose the full extent of the conspiracy. Set it up to a thousand athletes might have been involved all from different sports what a wants to analyze results of drug test taken by Russian athletes between twenty eleven and twenty fifteen at competitions, including the twenty fourteen Winter Olympics and socially if the agency does end up getting that data caps says it's looking to do its own tests on the samples one of the problems full wallet is what they get all of the data there after whether or not any of it has been tampered with all the cynics out there who still don't trust. Russia on this as we said Russia hasn't handed over any data yet, what officials are planning to be in Moscow for a couple more days. And a spokesman for president. Putin said today that an understanding has been reached on how to proceed we'll have to see exactly what that means. Up ahead. Can you name the world's second biggest building after the Pentagon? You're tuned to the world. I'm Marco werman. And this is the world. Twenty nineteen marks a big anniversary for Europe thirty years ago. The iron curtain came down piece by piece at fell apart over the course of nineteen eighty nine in Poland, Hungary, east, Germany, Czechoslovakia Bulgaria. And then remaining I was in Paris on Christmas that year, and we'll never forget seeing the bodies on live TV of Nikolai Ceaucescu the Romanian dictator and his wife elaina slumped in the courtyard where they had just been executed then covered with canvas. Christmas day, nineteen Eighty-nine Nikolai Ceaucescu. You just been sentenced to death to find the last they shout. Insults. Their captors. Minutes later taken outside and show. It's a brutal end to a brutal regime, but it lasted for twenty four years. And here we are almost thirty years later. My BBC colleague, Robert Nicholson takes a look at one massive piece of chess Kaz legacy in post communist Romania, the so-called People's Palace. The dictator commissioned for the capital Bucharest..

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"anti doping agency" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"anti doping agency" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Is Mike Williams? The sport. Thank you Lawrence. The head of the United States anti-doping agency has urged the World Anti-Doping Agency to stop being played by Russia. Travis tiger comments come after Russia failed to meet the December. Thirty first deadline to handle the previously withheld athlete data from its Moscow laboratory water now says it will refer the issue to its compliance review committee Tigard as urged that the Russian anti-doping agency now be declared compliant, and therefore reinstate the ban on rushland Russian athletes, taking part in major competitions searching to football and in the Premier League Spurs got their title challenge. Back on track the bullheads Sophie's name rolls into the bottom. Eriksson has a chance on the edge of the ball. Tony's right foot shirts, low bottom tone out inside the penalty area. Sean Kane Ericsson and saw have now all scored in the first offered Cardiff beaten already Kartik Nell taught in three three goals in twenty three minutes from hurricane. Chris generics. In an young men song wraps up. A three nil victory for Tottenham over Cardiff. It means the Spurs of closed the gap on leaders Liverpool for now at least to six points. There were also wins on New Year's day for LeicesteR. It'd be Everton one nil at Goodison Park for arsenal. Beat Fulham four one Greenwich jacket was one of the full goalscorers at the Emirates in the Swiss midfielder was pleased with his team's marked improvement from the five one thrashing received at Liverpool in that previous game is always good for confidence for us. I wake sound for defenders. Yeah. Clean sheet wants not retire best. And we have another six games taking place in the Premier League later on Wednesday, including Newcastle against Manchester United. It's James's Park. The biggest match of this round of fixtures. Actually takes place on Thursday there. That's the as third-placed Manchester City, host leaders Liverpool. In tennis, the Australian Open champion. Caroline wozniacki. Continued her build up four Melbourne with a straight sets win over Laura Sigmund of Germany at the Auckland classic in New Zealand for Patrick Evita, though was knocked out Boston darts. The number one seed Michael Van Gogh in one a third world darts championships idol with a seven three victory over England's Michael Smith at Alexandra palace in London. It's the third time. The Dutchman has won the PD title. Nerves and I used against did. Joplin phenomenal. To make any mistakes and writings in moment. I've give.

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