Suspended Russian anti-doping agency gets new acting CEO

USA TODAY | on Mon, Mar 20, 1:34 PM

AP 1:34 p.m. ET March 20, 2017 MOSCOW (AP) — The Russian anti-doping agency, which remains suspended over an alleged cover-up, has named a new acting CEO.The agency known as RUSADA says on its website that Tatyana Chirkina has taken charge temporarily.Russian media reported Chirkina was previously the organization's chief accountant, and her appointment will last only until a candidate for the permanent position is found.RUSADA did not respond to a request for comment.Chirkina succeeds Anna A...

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