The wereldantidopingbureau, NAMELY a search for all of the athletes who are under the suspended coach, Alberto Salazar, have been trained. Sifan Hassan was one of the children, the 61-year-old American.
“The key question now is whether the charges against Salazar also mean that athletes are cheating have played, and their performance is affected and whether or not this has made it possible for, they competitions, and have won,” said WADA president Craig Reedie on Monday told the BBC. “This is where we need to look at, and that’s what we’ll do.”
Salazar was in the beginning of last month at the world CHAMPIONSHIPS in athletics (Doha) for four years, interrupted by the American antidopingbureau USADA because he is multi-doping rule violation. The top coach would have his athletes, among others, the medications have to be prescribed where there is no medical necessity to do so.
Salazar led the Nike Oregon Project in 2001, several high-performance athletes under him for training. Sponsor Nike has remained first to the coach, but decided to pull out of the Oregon Project for pulling.
The most well-known characteristic of the native Cuban was a four-time olympic champion, Mo Farah. Hassan has trained, since by the end of 2016, under Salazar. The world champion in the 1,500 and 10,000 meters, has always denied that they have with doping in sport has been affected. “I’ve never seen anything wrong with that, and that I will never do that.”
USADA, even if the announcement of the suspension of Salazar, that not a single person came to the world CHAMPIONSHIPS in athletics in Doha, is engaged in the dopingzaak around the coach. The international olympic committee called last month and despite this, the AIM is to see all of the athletes in the Oregon Project are to investigate.
Four of the questions on the Nike Oregon Project, a suspended coach Salazar