UFC fighter from Russia told about anti-doping checks

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Russian UFC fighter Peter Ian told how often the Us anti-doping Agency (USADA) tests participants on illegal drugs. It is reported by RT.

“For a year and a half checked about ten times. It turns out almost every month. I think if I found something, I wouldn’t be here with you was not” – said the athlete.

According to Jan, the doping officers to carry out inspections not only in the U.S. but also abroad.

“I could be in Omsk, Yekaterinburg, Thailand, USA. I was flown repeatedly. Before and after the game, and during the period of acclimatization,” said the soldier.

Earlier it was reported that the anti-doping Agency will be obliged to protect and ensure the confidentiality of whistleblowers on doping violations in 2024. Relevant amendments were made to the world anti-doping code. Protection may provide only in case if she refuses he a Snitch.

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