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The International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF)ould face recommendations that include suspension from the Olympics when the second part of the World Anti-Doping Agencyand’s (WADA) report is released, according to one of the doping bodyand’s independent commissioners.
Any decision to suspend the IAAF from the Games would need to be made by the International Olympic Committee (IOC).
The IAAF is reeling from the aftermath of a major doping scandal that has led to Russiaand’s provisional suspension from all competition following a WADA report that uncovered evidence of state-controlled doping in the country.
IAAF president Sebastian Coe has conceded there are andquotunlikely to be many tomorrows for athleticsandquot and WADA commissioner Richard McLaren did not rule out a provisional suspension for the world governing body of track and field.
andquotThat might well be some recommendations that come forward when we do the second phase of our report,andquot McLaren told Australiaand’s ABC radio when asked if the IAAF could face a possible suspension from next yearand’s Rio Games.
andquotWe had to withhold some information relating to the international athletics federation because of the possibility that if we disclosed it it would jeopardize ongoing criminal enquiries that are being conducted by the French police.
andquotWe really havenand’t reported on the IAAF so we havenand’t made the recommendations, we havenand’t even revealed our findings in relation to the IAAF because of the ongoing sensitivities of the criminal investigation but we will be doing that in the next report.
andquotI think I need to leave it at that.andquot
In response to McLarenand’s comments, the IAAF said focus was on making the Russian Athletics Federation (ARAF) andquotcompliant for re-entry into international competitionandquot.
andquotOur job right now is to focus on the work that needs to be done to make ARAF compliant with the IAAF and, together with WADA, compliant for re-entry into international competition,andquot an IAAF statement read.
andquotWe will continue to work alongside WADA with whom we developed the Athlete Biological Passport (ABP) to review its processes and, if any failings are found, redress them and we have already begun a root and branch reform program within the IAAF.andquot
Former IAAF president Lamine Diack is being probed by the French authorities after the 82-year-old Senegalese was alleged to have received more than one million euros ($1.07 million) in bribes in 2011 to cover up positive doping tests of Russian athletes.

SOURCE: TODAY’S ZAMAN

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