Russia accused of supplying prostitutes to the head of the Russian biathlon Union

РФ обвинили в поставке проституток главе союза биатлонистов

IBU President Anders Besseberg

In WADA said that the Russian delegation paid Anders Besseberg services of prostitutes. After one such incident, he supported the holding of the world Cup in Tyumen in 2021.

President of the International biathlon Union (IBU) Anders Besseberg accused of taking bribes and covering up positive doping tests, as well as in obtaining the services of prostitutes, which was paid by the Russian delegation. It is reported by Bild.

Noted that the relevant charges Bensberg put forward by the World anti-doping Agency (WADA).

“The Russians paid Bensberg services of prostitutes. After one such case Anders supported the holding of the world Cup in Tyumen in 2021,” reads the message.

In addition, as reported, the President of the IBU contributed to the concealment of information about the positive doping samples and anomalous performance of biometric passports of Russian athletes.

It is noted that in 2011, 65 cases of anti-doping rule violation by the Russians were hidden.

Earlier it was reported that from 1 April 2018, Russia will lose the right to apply for international competitions, if the Russian anti-doping Agency and the Olympic Committee of the Russian Federation will not restore rights.

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