A tragic early death has stopped potential revealing knowledge on doping in Russia

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A tragic early death has stopped potential revealing knowledge on doping in Russia. / Christiansen, Ask Vest; Gleaves, John.

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title = "A tragic early death has stopped potential revealing knowledge on doping in Russia",
abstract = "On 14 February 2016, Nikita Kamaev died of a “massive heart attack”. Kamaev was the executive director of Russia's anti-doping agency, RUSADA, from 2011 to 2015. His death came 10 weeks after he stepped down as head of RUSADA since he knew that he could not continue on the post after WADA on 18 November 2015 had declared the organisation “non-compliant” with the WADC. This twist of fate in itself should cause some raised eyebrows. But there is more to it.",
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N2 - On 14 February 2016, Nikita Kamaev died of a “massive heart attack”. Kamaev was the executive director of Russia's anti-doping agency, RUSADA, from 2011 to 2015. His death came 10 weeks after he stepped down as head of RUSADA since he knew that he could not continue on the post after WADA on 18 November 2015 had declared the organisation “non-compliant” with the WADC. This twist of fate in itself should cause some raised eyebrows. But there is more to it.

AB - On 14 February 2016, Nikita Kamaev died of a “massive heart attack”. Kamaev was the executive director of Russia's anti-doping agency, RUSADA, from 2011 to 2015. His death came 10 weeks after he stepped down as head of RUSADA since he knew that he could not continue on the post after WADA on 18 November 2015 had declared the organisation “non-compliant” with the WADC. This twist of fate in itself should cause some raised eyebrows. But there is more to it.

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KW - Death

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