Foreign Coaches ‘Offered US$300,000 A Year To Work At Russian Pools With Pharma Lab’

Yuliya Efimova waved goodbye to racing for just over a year when after testing positive … and that would not be the end of it - by Patrick B. Kraemer

Foreign coaches have been offered an annual wage of more than US$300,000 to work at Russian swim centres that include onsite “pharmacological laboratory” facilities, according to interviewees; and Yuliya Efimova set to return to the fray but won’t attend Russia training camps before world titles

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Foreign coaches have been offered an annual wage of more than US$300,000 to work at Russian swim centres that include onsite “pharmacological laboratory” facilities, according to interviewees; and Yuliya Efimova set to return to the fray but won’t attend Russia training camps before world titles

Comments

Dave

FINA’s special award to Putin is looking increasingly outrageous.

Clive Rushton

FINA. How about Nero?

donmanj

WADA, FINA ans IAAF are tacitly agreeing with Russia’s egregious doping allegations. And to think that IAAF awarded Russia (Kazan) host of the 2016 World Youth games is laughable and hypocritical

Torchbearer

We are really going back to the Cold War days…how depressing.

pol

donmanj, Russia is trying to save face by bringing the $$$. Even though Russia’s economy is struggling. But this is Russia with pride.

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