MONTREAL - The World Anti-Doping Agency has revoked the accreditation of the Moscow Antidoping Center, as Russia continues to grapple with the scandal that could see its athletes barred from the Rio Olympics. The laboratory had been suspended on Nov 10 as recommended in the WADA independent commission report that laid bare evidence of state-sponsored doping and corruption in sport in the country. The report found that laboratory director Grigori Rodchenkov had ordered close to 1,500 samples to be destroyed, prompting his resignation. A statement said the lab's accreditation was revoked "due to non-compliance with the International Standard for Laboratories and the related Technical Documents." Since it's suspension, the lab has been prohibited from carrying out any WADA-related anti-doping activities.