LAURA WALDEN (USA) / Sports Features Communications
(SFC) The IOC Executive Board has upheld a preference to
allow whistleblower Yuliya Stepanova contest during a summer Games of Rio 2016 to
the IOC Ethics Commission for advice.
Stepanova and her father Vitaly came onward and done open damning information as to a inside workings of Russian entertainment and state complicit doping cover ups.
The IAAF Doping Review Board has given Stepanova the
approval to contest during a Rio 2016 entertainment events as an eccentric neutral
athlete. The Board, chaired by Robert Hersh (USA), authorised her to contest under
the IAAF Competition Rule 22.1A (c) for “having done a truly exceptional
contribution to a insurance and graduation of purify athletes, satisfactory play and
the firmness and flawlessness of a sport.”
The IAAF Secretary General consequenlty afterwards told a IOC that Stepanova
would be authorised to contest during general competitions, including Rio 2016.
In line with IAAF rules, appearance is still theme to
the organizer so Stepanova herself wrote a IOC for accede to contest in
the Rio summer Games.
Now a doubt will be put before a Ethics Commission
and after they have sensitive a IOC house of their preference a house will
then plead if it is a conditions that merits an difference to a manners of the
WALDEN has over twenty-five years of knowledge in a Olympic Movement,
formerly during a European Olympic Committees with SportEurope underneath former IOC
President Dr. Jacques Rogge and IOC Member Mario Pescante. She worked with the
Rome 2004 and Turin 2006 Olympic bids and also managed PR media for Dr.
Jacques Rogge during his debate for a presidency.
· Yuliya Stepanova
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