The Russian Anti-doping Agency (RUSADA), the agency that aided and abetted doping of its own athletes, which led to the practice of extorting its own athletes who tested positive for performance-enhancing drugs claims that their track and field athletes are the most tested of all.
Good, they should expect nothing less as the high level of testing is simply a case of the World Anti-doping Agency doing its job.
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In its latest report, RUSADA said 675 track and field competitors had undergone doping tests in the first six months of 2019.
The document reveals Sergei Dubrovsky, the national 800-metre champion, is the most tested athlete.
RUSADA claim he has been subjected to nine tests in the period from January to June.
He is yet to be granted neutral status by the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF), which has allowed Russian athletes to compete at its events as long as they fulfill certain criteria while the Russian Athletics Federation (RusAF) remains suspended.
The figure for athletics is considerably larger than the next highest sport, with 221 tests conducted on weightlifters so far this year.