20. 11. 2018

RUS M: Former national team player of Russia failed a doping test?

Source: RIA Novosti

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According to the Russian media, Dynamo Lo player has violated anti-doping rules.


The Russian Volleyball Federation has received the notification from RUSADA (Russian anti-doping agency).

RVF received a notification from RUSADA that, based on the result of the anti-doping test of the match of the first round of the Super League, on October 13, Pavel Moroz is suspected for violation of the anti-doping rules. RUSADA demanded the player to be ejected from training sessions and sports activities until clarification of the circumstances and the final decision. We are waiting for the decision of RUSADA,” announces Alexander Yaremenko, General Secretary of RVF.

In this game, Dynamo Lo lost on the road to Dynamo Moscow. In that match, Moroz scored 26 points. Moroz is a former member of the Russian men’s national team.



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