China News Service, December 17th. On the evening of the 17th Beijing time, the International Court of Arbitration for Sports (CAS) announced that it had determined that the Russian Anti-Doping Agency had violated the regulations and imposed a series of two-year penalties on the Russian Anti-Doping Center.
During this period, Russia will not be allowed to participate in major international sports events including the Tokyo Olympics and the world championships in various events.
As early as December 9, 2019, the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) Executive Committee made a decision to ban Russian athletes from participating in major international events, including the Olympics and Paralympics, in the next four years.
Only "clean" Russian athletes are allowed to compete in a neutral status, and the Russian Anti-Doping Agency is deemed to be incompatible with the World Anti-Doping Regulations.
The World Anti-Doping Agency made this suspension decision at the time, mainly based on the possibility of manipulation of data from the Moscow Anti-Doping Laboratory sent to WADA in early 2019.
WADA had previously stated that during inspections, it was found that "the data of the Moscow Anti-Doping Laboratory is'neither comprehensive nor completely credible'".
According to foreign media reports, the Russian authorities immediately decided to ban the World Anti-Doping Organization from participating in major sports events on the grounds of violating drug prohibition regulations.
President of the Russian Olympic Committee Poznyakov also expressed his firm belief that Russian athletes should participate in the 2020 Olympics, and the Russian Olympic Committee will make every effort to enable athletes to participate in the Tokyo Olympics with the Russian flag.
However, it is clear that the International Court of Arbitration for Sports did not accept the Russian rebuttal.
One year later, the International Court of Arbitration for Sports (CAS) announced that the Russian Anti-Doping Agency had violated the rules. During the two years from December 17, 2020 to December 16, 2022, Russia will not be allowed to participate in the Tokyo Olympics and the World Championships in various events. Major international sporting events within.
It is reported that Russian athletes who can prove innocence can compete as neutral athletes, but they are not allowed to wear or wear any clothing with the word Russia, and the Russian national anthem cannot be played in any of the above competition venues.