MOSCOW, Russia – Newly appointed head of the Russian Anti-Doping Agency (RUSADA) Yelena Isinbayeva has vowed to “prove Russia can be trusted,” informs

“I know we have a very big job to restore confidence in Russia but I’m optimistic we can do it. All the previous people working for RUSADA have now left and we will work hard to prove to the world that Russia can be trusted,” she said.

RUSADA will meet on 15 December to discuss the latest findings in the McLaren report while the Kremlin has said it will not comment until it has thoroughly digested the report.


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