Russian athletes are invited to join the Winter Olympics in 2018, but their music will not be their part, and the medals that will win will not be a medal for Russia, the International Olympic Committee said on Tuesday.
The punishment is the highlight of the three-year survey on state-sponsored doping at the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics. The Russian Olympic Committee is suspended immediately and IOM says that in February it did not recognize the Russian Sports Ministry in Pyeongchang Winter Olympics.
The ball is in the Russian court. The Kremlin has been denied performance claims promoting the drug in general. Russian officials threatened to boycott the Pyeongchang game if troop members had to compete under the Olympic flag.
President Vladimir Putin Invest $ 50 billion
President Vladimir Putin has invested in international sporting events such as $ 50 billion in 2014 games as a resource for the Black Sea, boosting national pride and showing that Russia is capable of mega-projects the world over. In Sochi, he provoked popular favorites, including luxury cars in Russian masters, when the national team crossed the medal list. The team was later stripped of 11 of the 33 medals won in Sochi for a doping violation.
The repeal was followed by last year’s report by an independent commission led by Richard McLaren, a Canadian law professor, according to which Russia used a “systematic plan” to seal a positive drug test of about 1,000 athletes from 2011 to 2015 “The program was held after Russia ranked 11th with only three gold medals at the 2010 Vancouver Olympics, which was the worst result of the Soviet Union’s discovery.
The IOC notes “systematic doping manipulation in Russia,” the organization said on Tuesday. President Thomas Bach described it as an unprecedented attack on the integrity of the Olympic Games.
After the McLaren report, Putin ordered officials to create a new anti-doping body while there was no government fraud program. Putin suggested that the United States used the problem as a way to influence achievement in the March presidential elections next year, where he plans to win the fourth and fourth long-term large-scale.
The World Anti-Doping Agency has yet to approve the Russian drug test facility. Anti-doping agencies in 37 countries, including the United States, have called for a total ban on Russia’s participation in the 2018 Olympics. The IOC’s general ban on Federation athletes, who are not involved in competing in doping scandals. For example, Evgenia Medvedeva was 14 during the Sochi Games. His teammate Alina Zagitova, including the Peyongchang medalist, is 11