• Disgraced ex-chief of Russia’s anti-doping agency dies


    MOSCOW: The former head of Russia’s anti-doping agency RUSADA, Nikita Kamayev, who resigned last year over the state sponsored doping allegations scandal, has died suddenly, the agency said on Monday (Tuesday in Manila). “The RUSADA former executive director died suddenly at the age of 52,” RUSADA said in a statement. “The cause is presumed to be a massive heart attack.” Kamayev, who resigned as RUSADA’s executive director in December, died after feeling ill while skiing, the former general director of the anti-doping agency, Ramil Khabriyev told TASS news agency earlier Monday.



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