ANTI-DOPING advocates expressed outrage at the International Olympic Committee's decision not to impose a blanket ban on the Russian Olympic team.
When the systemic doping program involving Russian athletes exploded into a full-blown scandal, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) was backed into a corner. On the one hand, declaring a ban on all Russian athletes from the 2016 Rio Olympics would have been the logical move. Show More Summary
When it comes to protecting intellectual property and sponsors of the Olympic Games, not even the hashtags on tweets will be beyond the scrutiny of the U.S. Olympic Committee and the International Olympic Committee. The USOC specifically reminded the sponsors of athletes who have no sponsorship designation with it or the IOC about using trademarks […]
According to International Olympic Committee, National Olympic committees have one week and one day to register their athletes for the Summer Games in Rio.
Photo by Paul Buck/EPA Hulking Russian wrestler Bilyal Makhov will compete on his sport’s biggest stage after the International Olympic Committee (IOC) refused to heed the World Anti-Doping Agency’s (WADA) advice on banning all Russian...Show More Summary
The Association of Summer Olympic International Federations (ASOIF) greeted the decision by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) not to slap Russia with a blanket ban from Rio Olympics after a doping scandal.
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has transferred rights to sports federations to decide on the admission of Russian athletes for the Olympic Games 2016 in Rio de Janeiro. Thus, the big question remains which Russian athletes will compete in Rio?
President Vladimir Putin discussed the International Olympic Committee's decision on Russian athletes with the country's Security Council.
The UWW President Nenad Lalovic said that the organisation has started the validation process for the Russian wrestlers qualified to participate in the Rio Games 2016 following the International Olympic Committee decision.
The International Olympic Committee has rejected recommendations to ban Russia from Rio Olympics.
Many social network users expressed their joy following the decision of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) not to ban the entire Russian team from the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio.
Doping whistleblower Yuliya Stepanova questions an International Olympic Committee ruling to ban her from the Rio Olympics.
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) was put under strong pressure by US senators and international media while it considered the issue of admitting Russian athletes to 2016 Rio Olympics, Russian Olympic Committee President Alexander Zhukov said on Monday.
The International Olympic Committee is receiving brutal backlash from around the world. It decided Sunday not to ban all Russian athletes from the Rio Summer Games despite a recent scathing report that confirmed their government helped cover up doping. Mark Phillips reports on the fallout over the controversial decision.
Russian President Vladimir Putin is clearly pleased that the International Olympic Committee chose not to ban his country from the Summer Games in Brazil next month. But that doesn’t mean he will travel to Rio de Janeiro to watch the action. On Monday — the day after the IOC made its announcement...
The Russian Olympic Committee (ROC) will not file collective appeals regarding the strict International Olympic Committee (IOC) criteria Russian athletes face to gain the right to compete in the Rio Summer Games, head of the ROC’s legal department Alexandra Brilliantova said Monday.
Russia will not suffer a complete ban from the Rio 2016 Olympics after its doping scandal. The International Olympic Committee has ruled on Sunday that Russian athletes will still be allowed to compete in the world's biggest festival of sports as long as they can prove that they have a drug-free record.
The Russian national team will compete under a Russian flag and in Russian uniform next month, Russian Olympic Committee (ROC) President Alexander Zhukov said in welcoming the International Olympic Committee's (IOC) decision not to ban the national team from the upcoming Rio Summer Games.
The Kremlin welcomes the International Olympic Committee’s (IOC) decision to allow Russian athletes compete at the Summer Games in Rio next month and places high hopes on the newly established "Smirnov Commission’s" ability to tackle doping-related issues, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Monday.
The US Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) has been infuriated by the International Olympic Committee's (IOC) decision not to bar Russian athletes from the upcoming Rio Games, but to ban WADA's informant Yuliya Stepanova from participating due to her doping history.