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"Russian means cursed": Russia throws a new hysteria over the disqualification of figure skater Valiyeva

Oleksandr ChekanovSport
Tarasova furious over Valiyeva case

Famous Russian figure skating coach Tatyana Tarasova has thrown a new tantrum over the disqualification of figure skater Kamila Valiyeva for doping. The Russian representative admitted to hatred of Western countries and accused them of bias against the athlete.

Tarasova said this in a commentary to the propaganda news agency TASS, commenting on information about the alleged use of banned substances by Chinese swimmers. At the same time, the Russian woman did not mention anything about the fact that during the two years of investigation of Valiyeva's case, Russia not only failed to build a defense for its athlete, but also failed to prove the initial version that doping entered the skater's body through dessert.

''Russian means cursed'': Russia throws a new hysteria over the disqualification of figure skater Valiyeva
''Russian means cursed'': Russia throws a new hysteria over the disqualification of figure skater Valiyeva

"There is nothing to hide here. The attitude here is towards the country, towards a Russian girl, practically towards a child. Russian means cursed. That's what it means now. I hate them," Tarasova said.

As a reminder, the Court of Arbitration for Sport in Lausanne (CAS) found Kamila Valiyeva guilty of violating anti-doping rules and disqualified her for four years. In court, the Russian Federation could not even prove the existence of Kamila's grandfather, who allegedly made her a cake containing a banned substance.

''Russian means cursed'': Russia throws a new hysteria over the disqualification of figure skater Valiyeva
''Russian means cursed'': Russia throws a new hysteria over the disqualification of figure skater Valiyeva

During the proceedings, it turned out that the figure skater had taken up to 60 different drugs at the age of 15. Valiyeva herself made a ridiculous excuse for doping.

''Russian means cursed'': Russia throws a new hysteria over the disqualification of figure skater Valiyeva
''Russian means cursed'': Russia throws a new hysteria over the disqualification of figure skater Valiyeva

As OBOZ.UA previously reported, Kamila Valieva was kicked out of the Russian national figure skating team after she was disqualified for doping.

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