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Russia's New Olympic Team Mascots Deftly Dodge Doping, Sanctions
“If this bear doesn’t save Russia, then who will?”
IAAF Maintains Ban on Russian Athletics Over Doping Scandal
Russia's reinstatement has been rejected on numerous occasions by the IAAF over the past three years.
Paralympic Committee Lifts Russia Ban, With Conditions
The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) said on Friday it would lift the ban on Russia's Paralympic Committee by March 15.
IOC Athletes' Body Indicates Support for Fresh Action Against Russia
Russia recently missed a World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) doping data deadline.
Former Fencer Elected Russia's New Olympic Chief
Former fencer Stanislav Pozdnyakov was elected president of the Russian Olympic Committee.
Former Russian Sports Minister Mutko Tapped for Construction Post
Mutko responsible for overseeing sport at a time when Russian sports were dogged by scandal.
IOC to Appeal all CAS Decisions on Cleared Russian Athletes
"We are unsatisfied with the decision and the motivation and we will be appealing."
Russian Olympic Committee Chair Will Not Run for Re-election
Alexander Zhukov's presidency coincided with a turbulent time for Russian sport.
Putin Order for Passenger Plane To Be Downed in 2014 Cancelled After False Bomb Scare
"I told them: act according to the plan," Putin said in a newly released two-hour documentary.
Russian Olympic Team Reinstated After Winter Games in Pyeongchang
The IOC barred Russian from participating in South Korea in December after investigations into state-sponsored doping.
Russian Athletes Won’t Be Allowed to Carry Flag at Olympic Closing Ceremony
The IOC cited doping allegations against two Russian athletes as having made it impossible to lift the ban.
Second Russian Olympian Tests Positive for Doping at Pyeongchang
The revelation comes just one day after Russian curler Alexander Krushelnitsky was stripped of his bronze medal
Russian Athlete Claims First Gold in Pyeongchang Amid Doping Controversy
The women’s figure-skating silver went to another Russian, Yevgenia Medvedeva.
Russian Curlers Stripped of Olympic Bronze for Doping at 2018 Winter Games
It was Russia's first Olympic medal in curling.
Russian Curler Returns Bronze Medal Over Doping Allegations
Krushelnitsky denied that he was guilty of doping and vowed to find "irrefutable evidence."
Russia Pays $15M Doping Fine to Olympic Committee To Lift Suspension
The Olympic Committee will decide whether or not to lift its suspension of Russia on Feb. 24.
Russian Biathletes Sue Doctor Who Alleged Widespread Doping
The three athletes say the doctor is a cheater who destroyed their careers.
First Ever Russian Curling Medal Could Be Stripped After Doping Allegations
Krushelnitsky said he had never taken banned substances and said it was "devoid of common sense."
Moscow Upholds Drug Trafficking Charges Against Doping Whistleblower Rodchenkov
The ruling would see the whistleblower detained if he crosses Russia’s borders
First Ever Russian Curling Medalist Leaves Olympics After Doping Allegations
Alexandr Krushelnitsky won a bronze medal in the Winter Games in South Korea last week.
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