Quotes from the news wire:
They( World Anti-Doping Agency) could certainly ask the IOC if they would do that( re-test samples) by and large with steroids, especially if World Anti-Doping Agency is World Anti-Doping Agency, they are pretty good about the clearance times. It is the not-so-gifted amateurs that sometimes get the clearance times wrong and end up testing positive.
I'm not sure they( WADA) realized they had the muscle until we got our teeth into some reliable evidence and followed up on it and came out with a report with recommendations, maybe that's the new WADA. Maybe we could have gotten there sooner if we had known how to deal with the kind of information that was coming from whistle blowers.
They'll have to find a new laboratory director that will satisfy the world anti-doping agency as to his or her ... willingness to make sure that the laboratory acts independently and is not subject to any pressures regarding the non-disclosure of positive samples, as far as the Russian anti-doping agency is concerned it's a matter again of making sure that it operates independently of the government of Russia, even though it will be funded by it.
It's disappointing to see the nature and the extent of what was going on, it's worse than we thought, it has the effect, unlike other forms of corruption of actually effecting the results on the field of play... If you can't believe results then there is a serious credibility problem. I hope all sports will look at their governance and their anti-doping systems because their existence may be at risk.