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Юлия Тарасенко избрана и. о. президента Всероссийской федерации легкой атлетики (16)

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President of Russia's Athletics Federation (ARAF) Dmitry Shlyakhtin speaks to media as he announces his resignation in the Russian Olympic committee in Moscow on November 23, 2019. - The Athletics Integrity Unit (AIU) on November 21, 2019 charged the Russian athletics federation (RUSAF) with "serious breaches" of anti-doping rules, including obstructing an investigation. The charges relate to the conduct of senior RUSAF officials during an investigation into "whereabouts" violations committed by Russian high-jumper Danil Lysenko. RUSAF president Dmitry Shlyakhtin and executive director Alexander Parkin, the athlete and his coach have been provisionally suspended. (Photo by Kirill KUDRYAVTSEV / AFP)
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President of Russia's Athletics Federation (ARAF) Dmitry Shlyakhtin speaks to media as he announces his resignation in the Russian Olympic committee in Moscow on November 23, 2019. - The Athletics Integrity Unit (AIU) on November 21, 2019 charged the Russian athletics federation (RUSAF) with "serious breaches" of anti-doping rules, including obstructing an investigation. The charges relate to the conduct of senior RUSAF officials during an investigation into "whereabouts" violations committed by Russian high-jumper Danil Lysenko. RUSAF president Dmitry Shlyakhtin and executive director Alexander Parkin, the athlete and his coach have been provisionally suspended. (Photo by Kirill KUDRYAVTSEV / AFP)
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President of Russia's Athletics Federation (ARAF) Dmitry Shlyakhtin speaks to media as he announces his resignation in the Russian Olympic committee in Moscow on November 23, 2019. - The Athletics Integrity Unit (AIU) on November 21, 2019 charged the Russian athletics federation (RUSAF) with "serious breaches" of anti-doping rules, including obstructing an investigation. The charges relate to the conduct of senior RUSAF officials during an investigation into "whereabouts" violations committed by Russian high-jumper Danil Lysenko. RUSAF president Dmitry Shlyakhtin and executive director Alexander Parkin, the athlete and his coach have been provisionally suspended. (Photo by Kirill KUDRYAVTSEV / AFP)
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Acting president of Russia's Athletics Federation (ARAF) Yulia Tarasenko speaks to media in the Russian Olympic committee in Moscow on November 23, 2019. - The Athletics Integrity Unit (AIU) on November 21, 2019 charged the Russian athletics federation (RUSAF) with "serious breaches" of anti-doping rules, including obstructing an investigation. The charges relate to the conduct of senior RUSAF officials during an investigation into "whereabouts" violations committed by Russian high-jumper Danil Lysenko. (Photo by Kirill KUDRYAVTSEV / AFP)
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Acting president of Russia's Athletics Federation (ARAF) Yulia Tarasenko speaks to media in the Russian Olympic committee in Moscow on November 23, 2019. - The Athletics Integrity Unit (AIU) on November 21, 2019 charged the Russian athletics federation (RUSAF) with "serious breaches" of anti-doping rules, including obstructing an investigation. The charges relate to the conduct of senior RUSAF officials during an investigation into "whereabouts" violations committed by Russian high-jumper Danil Lysenko. RUSAF president Dmitry Shlyakhtin and executive director Alexander Parkin, the athlete and his coach have been provisionally suspended. (Photo by Kirill KUDRYAVTSEV / AFP)
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Acting president of Russia's Athletics Federation (ARAF) Yulia Tarasenko speaks to media in the Russian Olympic committee in Moscow on November 23, 2019. - The Athletics Integrity Unit (AIU) on November 21, 2019 charged the Russian athletics federation (RUSAF) with "serious breaches" of anti-doping rules, including obstructing an investigation. The charges relate to the conduct of senior RUSAF officials during an investigation into "whereabouts" violations committed by Russian high-jumper Danil Lysenko. RUSAF president Dmitry Shlyakhtin and executive director Alexander Parkin, the athlete and his coach have been provisionally suspended. (Photo by Kirill KUDRYAVTSEV / AFP)
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Acting president of Russia's Athletics Federation (ARAF) Yulia Tarasenko speaks to media in the Russian Olympic committee in Moscow on November 23, 2019. - The Athletics Integrity Unit (AIU) on November 21, 2019 charged the Russian athletics federation (RUSAF) with "serious breaches" of anti-doping rules, including obstructing an investigation. The charges relate to the conduct of senior RUSAF officials during an investigation into "whereabouts" violations committed by Russian high-jumper Danil Lysenko. RUSAF president Dmitry Shlyakhtin and executive director Alexander Parkin, the athlete and his coach have been provisionally suspended. (Photo by Kirill KUDRYAVTSEV / AFP)
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Acting president of Russia's Athletics Federation (ARAF) Yulia Tarasenko speaks to media in the Russian Olympic committee in Moscow on November 23, 2019. - The Athletics Integrity Unit (AIU) on November 21, 2019 charged the Russian athletics federation (RUSAF) with "serious breaches" of anti-doping rules, including obstructing an investigation. The charges relate to the conduct of senior RUSAF officials during an investigation into "whereabouts" violations committed by Russian high-jumper Danil Lysenko. RUSAF president Dmitry Shlyakhtin and executive director Alexander Parkin, the athlete and his coach have been provisionally suspended. (Photo by Kirill KUDRYAVTSEV / AFP)
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Acting president of Russia's Athletics Federation (ARAF) Yulia Tarasenko speaks to media in the Russian Olympic committee in Moscow on November 23, 2019. - The Athletics Integrity Unit (AIU) on November 21, 2019 charged the Russian athletics federation (RUSAF) with "serious breaches" of anti-doping rules, including obstructing an investigation. The charges relate to the conduct of senior RUSAF officials during an investigation into "whereabouts" violations committed by Russian high-jumper Danil Lysenko. RUSAF president Dmitry Shlyakhtin and executive director Alexander Parkin, the athlete and his coach have been provisionally suspended. (Photo by Kirill KUDRYAVTSEV / AFP)
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Acting president of Russia's Athletics Federation (ARAF) Yulia Tarasenko speaks to media in the Russian Olympic committee in Moscow on November 23, 2019. - The Athletics Integrity Unit (AIU) on November 21, 2019 charged the Russian athletics federation (RUSAF) with "serious breaches" of anti-doping rules, including obstructing an investigation. The charges relate to the conduct of senior RUSAF officials during an investigation into "whereabouts" violations committed by Russian high-jumper Danil Lysenko. RUSAF president Dmitry Shlyakhtin and executive director Alexander Parkin, the athlete and his coach have been provisionally suspended. (Photo by Kirill KUDRYAVTSEV / AFP)
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Head coach of Russian athletics team Yuriy Borzakovskiy attends the session of Russia's Athletics Federation (ARAF) in the Russian Olympic committee in Moscow on November 23, 2019. - The Athletics Integrity Unit (AIU) on November 21, 2019 charged the Russian athletics federation (RUSAF) with "serious breaches" of anti-doping rules, including obstructing an investigation. The charges relate to the conduct of senior RUSAF officials during an investigation into "whereabouts" violations committed by Russian high-jumper Danil Lysenko. RUSAF president Dmitry Shlyakhtin and executive director Alexander Parkin, the athlete and his coach have been provisionally suspended. (Photo by Kirill KUDRYAVTSEV / AFP)
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Head coach of Russian athletics team Yuriy Borzakovskiy attends the session of Russia's Athletics Federation (ARAF) in the Russian Olympic committee in Moscow on November 23, 2019. - The Athletics Integrity Unit (AIU) on November 21, 2019 charged the Russian athletics federation (RUSAF) with "serious breaches" of anti-doping rules, including obstructing an investigation. The charges relate to the conduct of senior RUSAF officials during an investigation into "whereabouts" violations committed by Russian high-jumper Danil Lysenko. RUSAF president Dmitry Shlyakhtin and executive director Alexander Parkin, the athlete and his coach have been provisionally suspended. (Photo by Kirill KUDRYAVTSEV / AFP)
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This picture taken on November 23, 2019 shows the entrance of the Russia's Athletics Federation (ARAF) in the Russian Olympic committee in Moscow. - The Athletics Integrity Unit (AIU) on November 21, 2019 charged the Russian athletics federation (RUSAF) with "serious breaches" of anti-doping rules, including obstructing an investigation. The charges relate to the conduct of senior RUSAF officials during an investigation into "whereabouts" violations committed by Russian high-jumper Danil Lysenko. RUSAF president Dmitry Shlyakhtin and executive director Alexander Parkin, the athlete and his coach have been provisionally suspended. (Photo by Kirill KUDRYAVTSEV / AFP)
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A Russian Olympic committee logo is pictured on the Russian Olympic committee headquarter in Moscow on November 23, 2019. - The Athletics Integrity Unit (AIU) on November 21, 2019 charged the Russian athletics federation (RUSAF) with "serious breaches" of anti-doping rules, including obstructing an investigation. The charges relate to the conduct of senior RUSAF officials during an investigation into "whereabouts" violations committed by Russian high-jumper. (Photo by Kirill KUDRYAVTSEV / AFP)
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A man walks in front of the Russian Olympic committee logo on the Russian Olympic committee headquarter in Moscow on November 23, 2019. - The Athletics Integrity Unit (AIU) on November 21, 2019 charged the Russian athletics federation (RUSAF) with "serious breaches" of anti-doping rules, including obstructing an investigation. The charges relate to the conduct of senior RUSAF officials during an investigation into "whereabouts" violations committed by Russian high-jumper Danil Lysenko. (Photo by Kirill KUDRYAVTSEV / AFP)
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A person takes a picture of the Russian Olympic committee logo on the Russian Olympic committee headquarter in Moscow on November 23, 2019. - The Athletics Integrity Unit (AIU) on November 21, 2019 charged the Russian athletics federation (RUSAF) with "serious breaches" of anti-doping rules, including obstructing an investigation. The charges relate to the conduct of senior RUSAF officials during an investigation into "whereabouts" violations committed by Russian high-jumper Danil Lysenko. (Photo by Kirill KUDRYAVTSEV / AFP)

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