Grigory Rodchenkov, subject of the documentary Icarus, says that nothing has changed in spite of the punishments handed out by WADA last year.
32-year old Andrey Grechin (right) retired after the 2016 Summer Olympic Games. With an extra year before Tokyo, he’s now attempting a comeback.
World Champion Evgeny Rylov (above) is among the participants in the 2nd camp. Sergey Chepik, the National Team head coach, will join for the 2nd training.
Russia Swimming Federation pubblica un calendario aggiornato delle competizioni per il 2020. Si prevede la ripresa a fine ottobre.
World Champion Evgeny Rylov (above) and the rest of the Russian team are scheduled to swim their first post-pandemic national championship in October.
A tense situation involving World Record holder Anton Chupkov reportedly bubbled over at the Russian National Team reopening training camp.
The negative tests has allowed the participants in the camp to officially return to the water and resume training at Lake Krugloye. Above, World Championship bronze medalist Daria Vaskina.
Svetlana Chimrova (above) and Worlds bronze medalist Daria Vaskina are among the swimmers who have been confirmed for attendance at the camp.
Russia is appealing the sanctions proposed by WADA, which would include barring the country from hosting or competing under the Russian flag for 4 years.
The Russian National Swimming Team will hold a training camp at Lake Round on June 2, after the approval of reopening policies.
Russia says that it’s still planning to hold both long course and short course national championship meets in 2020, presuming athletes can return…
The Russian Ministry of Sport has published its 3-phase plan for returning to sport, which includes phase 1 inclusion for professional and national team athletes.
Russian swimmer Anton Chupkov is one of 100 people who have been nominated for Forbes Russia’s annual 30 Under 30 list. Annually, financial…
Former World Record holder Anastasia Fesikova (above) and husband Sergey have quarantined in the country where they are doing dryland training.
Russian sports minister Oleg Matytsin has stated that international sporting authorities should “turn a new page” on Russia’s sporting ban.