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Dmitry

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  1. Doping Cases and Bans Thread

    Wrong. After losing its license RUSADA controlled by UKAD (United Kingdom antidoping). ESPN wrote: "UKAD's formal role ended in June, after it helped develop a test distribution plan for the rest of this calendar year". Until June 27 this "formal role" means: RUSADA can do only what UKAD and International experts ask it to do and nothing more and only in Russia. And even after that day according to WADA RUSADA can "plan and coordinate testing under the supervision of International Experts and the UK Anti-Doping Agency" https://www.wada-ama.org/en/media/news/2017-06/wada-permits-rusada-to-plan-and-coordinate-testing-under-the-supervision-of So UKAD still works. I don't know where UKAD can work outside Russia but if it will do themselves doping-test for Kulizhnikov or anybody else outside Russia - that's UKAD's test not RUSADA's and that not counted to RUSADA's stats but only in UKAD's (we don't know about its stats and ESPN too). Anyway even if Kulizhnikov or other athletes else have 0 tests when spend their time in Russia - you have to ask UKAD first why, not RUSADA. And there is another thing in ESPN text. It wrote that RUSADA has conducted 3,782 tests thus far in 2017. And 2,556 in 2016 (this year was under fully UKAD control). And of course ESPN will not write that in 2014 before UKAD's period there were 14887 tests, in 2013 even more. So those small numbers last two years - that is what UKAD asked to do but not that RUSADA wanted.
  2. Doping Cases and Bans Thread

    Of course. These athletes spend most part of their time outside Russia (where RUSADA can't work) and were tested many times with international federations (nobody knows how many times but ESPN prefer to write only about 0 by RUSADA and not about international tests). These athletes intentionally staying and works with "clean" international antidoping system, but ESPN still don't happy. The other way around. I think if these athletes would have tested by RUSADA, ESPN would have ask: "Why did they test by RUSADA? They have to work only with international tests!".
  3. Doping Cases and Bans Thread

    WADA clears 95 Russian athletes
  4. In fact teams which have qualified 5 or 6 athletes have 1 or 2 athletes just for substitute because there are no disciplines with 5 or more athletes from one country. Teams even don't have commitment to use their substitutes, so some athletes can be in the team but not to compete at the Olympics. I think maybe the IBU don't want to have more than 90 athletes in the sprint and individual races for Olympics. If the IBU will take one quota from the country with 5 or 6 athletes and will give it to country with less than 4 athletes - it will create one more place for start lists in these races.
  5. X-Games

    Winner's runs
  6. X-Games

    Medalists. Sunday, 16 July BMX Dirt Rank Name Run 1 Run 2 Run 3 Best 1 Colton Walker 69.00 93.00 87.00 93.00 2 Logan Martin 89.66 91.33 20.00 91.33 3 Kyle Baldock 88.66 53.00 34.00 88.66 Skateboard Park Rank Name Run 1 Run 2 Run 3 Best 1 Alex Sorgente 57.00 88.33 53.33 88.33 2 Tom Schaar 86.00 79.66 26.33 86.00 3 Cory Juneau 79.33 82.33 33.33 82.33 BMX Park Best Trick Rank Name Best 1 Kyle Baldock 93.66 2 Logan Martin 92.66 3 Pat Casey 92.00 Moto X Quarterpipe High Air Rank Name Run 1 Run 2 Run 3 Max (IN) 1 Colby Raha 273.00 294.00 355.00 355.00 2 Tyler Bereman 306.00 305.00 341.00 341.00 3 Brian McCarty 204.00 223.00 234.00 234.00
  7. X-Games

    Winner's runs
  8. X-Games

    Medalists. Saturday, 15 July Men's BMX Park Rank Name Run 1 Run 2 Run 3 Best 1 Kevin Peraza 81.66 90.33 84.33 90.33 2 Logan Martin 86.66 87.33 72.00 87.33 3 Daniel Sandoval 85.33 20.00 87.00 87.00 Moto X Step Up Rank Name Max (FT) 1 Jarryd McNeil 44.00 2 Bryce Hudson 43.00 3 Ronnie Renner 39.00 3 Massimo Bianconcini 39.00 3 Libor Podmol 39.00 Skateboard Big Air Rank Name Run 1 Run 2 Run 3 Run 4 Run 5 Best 1 Elliot Sloan 1.00 86.00 41.66 94.00 1.00 94.00 2 Tom Schaar 85.33 91.66 43.33 43.00 44.33 91.66 3 Clay Kreiner 1.00 41.66 88.00 1.00 1.00 88.00 Skateboard Street Amateurs Rank Name Run 1 Run 2 Best 1 Jagger Eaton 91.66 81.66 91.66 2 Zach Saraceno 72.00 68.33 72.00 3 Alex Midler 60.00 68.66 68.66 Men's Skateboard Street Rank Name Run 1 Run 2 Run 3 Best 1 Kelvin Hoefler 86.00 92.33 61.33 92.33 2 Alec Majerus 88.66 79.33 78.66 88.66 3 Nyjah Huston 83.66 70.66 88.00 88.00 Women's Skateboard Park Rank Name Run 1 Run 2 Best 1 Brighton Zeuner 88.66 80.33 88.66 2 Jordyn Barratt 61.33 86.66 86.66 3 Poppy Olsen 71.00 83.66 83.66 Moto X Best Whip Rank Name Fan Vote % 1 Destin Cantrell 44.00 2 Jarryd McNeil 25.00 3 Tyler Bereman 17.00 Moto X Best Trick Rank Name Run 1 Run 2 Best 1 Levi Sherwood 92.00 92.33 92.33 2 Jackson Strong 91.00 91.00 3 Clinton Moore 88.00 79.00 88.00
  9. X-Games

    Winner's runs
  10. X-Games

    Medalists. Friday, 14 July BMX Street Rank Name Run 1 Run 2 Best 1 Garrett Reynolds 89.33 88.66 89.33 2 Devon Smillie 87.00 80.33 87.00 3 Simone Barraco 68.66 85.66 85.66 Women's Skateboard Street Rank Name Run 1 Run 2 Best 1 Aori Nishimura 87.66 86.00 87.66 2 Samarria Brevard 30.00 84.66 84.66 3 Leticia Bufoni 66.33 82.00 82.00 BMX Big Air Rank Name Run 1 Run 2 Run 3 Run 4 Best 1 James Foster 35.00 78.66 89.66 94.33 94.33 2 Vince Byron 83.00 74.00 32.33 92.33 92.33 3 Kurtis Downs 67.66 39.33 70.00 88.33 88.33 Moto X Freestyle Rank Name Run 1 Run 2 Best 1 Levi Sherwood 91.00 92.33 92.33 2 Josh Sheehan 89.66 90.66 90.66 3 Clinton Moore 88.66 90.00 90.00
  11. X-Games

    Winner's runs
  12. X-Games

    Medalists. Thursday, 13 July BMX Vert Rank Name Run 1 Run 2 Best 1 Vince Byron 91.33 93.00 93.00 2 Jamie Bestwick 92.66 91.00 92.66 3 Coco Zurita 88.00 77.00 88.00 Skateboard Vert Rank Name Run 1 Run 2 Run 3 Best 1 Moto Shibata 90.00 15.33 81.33 90.00 2 Jimmy Wilkins 89.00 77.00 32.00 89.00 3 Mitchie Brusco 88.66 14.33 50.33 88.66 Harley-Davidson Flat Track Rank Name Time 1 Sammy Halbert 6:26.085 2 Jared Mees 6:38.857 3 Brad Baker 6:41.828
  13. It wasn`t official. Just an information in the media. IOC never said: "we are going to use bids for 2024 and for 2028. Please, tell us if you want to be in the fight for 2028". And the other thing: cities still have time for doing a decision about running for 2028. Not after yesterday IOC decision of course. Opposite, this decision made exactly behind close door. I think this discussion will start to lock in the cycle.
  14. I mean what is really reason of current climate in Olympic movement? The main thing is not circumstances but IOC, I think. The way how they did their decision is wrong. Because there are no equal chance for every city like it should be. That's bad.
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