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Russia's leading skateboarder, Maxim Kruglov, is disqualified for four years and lost his chance to compete at the 2020 Olympics due to ignorance of the anti-doping rules. Such a TASS opinion was expressed on Tuesday by Margarita Pakhnotskaya, Deputy Director General of the Russian Anti-Doping Agency (RUSADA).

The disqualification of an athlete is counted from February 7, 2019. The 30-year-old Kruglov was found guilty of violating clause 2.3 of the All-Russian Anti-Doping Rules (evasion, refusal or non-appearance of an athlete in the procedure for taking samples).

“Note that an athlete is disqualified for four years not for having found prohibited substances in his doping test. According to his explanations, he used one substance shortly before the testing procedure. And when he learned that they would test, he was afraid that in the urine, and refused to pass control, "- said Pakhnotskaya. 

"He was summed up by the ignorance of the anti-doping rules, in which it is written that exactly that substance is considered doping only if it was used during the competition period. If Kruglov had appeared for doping testing, then he would not suffer any punishment. Inspector RUSADA who tried to test, he persuaded this athlete for a long time not to avoid taking the test and told about the serious consequences after the refusal, but all the words were in vain, "the TASS interlocutor noted. 

Kruglov is the winner of the tournament Adrenalin Games (2011), DC Banks Grand Opening (2011), Simple Session (2013) and other major competitions. Skateboarding is an Olympic discipline, the first time this sport will be presented at the Games 2020 in Tokyo. Kruglov claimed to participate in the Olympics 2020.

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Oh, right, skateboarders and breakdancers probably don't know the doping controls existed. :p

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1 hour ago, dcro said:

Oh, right, skateboarders and breakdancers probably don't know the doping controls existed. :p

I can only imagine the kids were like, WTF, at the YOG :lol:

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All of whom in the past have been at Slovenian Perutnina Ptuj, which already had three dopers back in the day. Interesting team :lol: 

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Really too much cases in swimming. Not good at all.

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30 minutes ago, dareza said:

Really too much cases in swimming. Not good at all.

 

that's not a doping case...:finger:

 

as I already explained many times, it's a farce mixed with a plot mixed with pure Italian style political messages and many other things...but nothing that has to do with sport and doping, in any case...:evil::pope:

 

the true criminals are those of NADO Italia...they're just a waste of our money (as they're a public institution)...:facepalm::wall:

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