Fistula hoped that the head of the IOC to share information on doping at the Olympics-2014

© RIA Novosti / Alexander Nitroscanate in photobacteria fistula. Archival photoFistula hoped that the head of the IOC to share information on doping at the Olympics-2014© RIA Novosti / Alexander Nitroscanate the image Bank

The statement of the President of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) about possible sanctions against the Russians for violating anti-doping regulations at the Olympic games 2014 in Sochi must be based on some information, and if Thomas Bach is, there is hope that it will be available to Russian sports organisations, said the Agency «R-Sport» member of the state Duma Committee on physical culture, sport, tourism and youth Affairs, President of the Curling Federation of Russia (CFR) Dmitry Svishchev.

Bach on Thursday in an interview with the New York Times stated that sanctions against Russian sports for violating anti-doping rules at the Olympic games 2014 in Sochi can be applied no later than Oct. In 2016, was published the two parts of the report of the independent Commission of the world anti-doping Agency (WADA) under the leadership of Richard McLaren of doping by Russians.

The spokesman stressed that all information should be made only after a thorough investigation of the situation.

«I have carefully read a statement, and I have mixed feelings, — said the head of the RKF. — On the one hand, the IOC has the right to any countries and organizations in conflict with the codes, laws and rules of the IOC, to apply sanctions and to punish them or to encourage. On the other hand, all this can happen only after one hundred percent evidence and one hundred percent of the proceedings in the situation».