The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) president defended his organisation's response to the so-called Russian "doping crisis" at their annual symposium in Lausanne on Wednesday.

Sir Craig Reedie said he was "happy with the steps that have been taken so far" by Russia's anti-doping agency RUSADA.

WADA agreed to lift a three-year suspension of RUSADA in September 2018 as long as it allowed inspectors to access the Moscow lab and data.

Gunter Young, who leads the investigation and intelligence department, confirmed that the data had been uploaded and efforts were being made to verify its authenticity.

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