Russian boxer Gadzhimagomedov makes approaches the final in the Olympics secured himself a silver. Rapturously the news has become the center of attention. In fact, The headline for the top story in Kommersant. “Released by Moscow daily Newspaper. Technically, Russia is banned from participating in international sports competitions until next year to run a state-sponsored doping program. However, so far in Tokyo, 334 Russian gymnasts, sprinters, and other athletes are competing without any visible intricacies.
Russian proscribtion from international sporting
Russia proscribed in 2019 from competing in international sporting events for four years after owing to running a state-sponsored doping program designed to boost its medal haul at international sporting events. However, later on, fours of penalty decided on two years.
As a matter of fact, Russian athletes had secured 52 medals. However, on the other hand of third only to China and the United States. According to the latest list of Olympic medals. The fact that they are able to continue to increase Moscow’s medals. Despite not being a Russian official team is due to a “Major flaw” that enables them to compete as members of a constituent body called the ROC. Which is for the Russian Olympic Committee.
The critics to highligh about Russains’ proscription
Additionally, it infuriates critics who say the Russians have slapped the wrist of an International Olympic Committee member. Who is afraid of being chastised for their crime.
Currently, East Germany has put their athletes in every sport except riding YACHTING. David Walchensky, president of the International Society of Olympic Historians, told NBC News. “The Russians went further: they drove sailors and curlers away from everything.”
It was overwhelming,” It was huge,” he said. When the story doped on pertaining to a huge scandal. I personally felt that they should have banned Russia from the Olympics for four years.
Instead, the IOC imposed a fine that was so weak and vulnerable that it was painful.
“Right now you have a situation where, right now, where the Russians feel, you say, ‘Well, we escaped. Yes, some of our athletes went down, but we got a lot,'” Walchensky said. “And obviously we can do it again and sacrifice more players.”
American anti-dopping agency and Russia
Travis Tygart, chief executive of the United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA), called the IOC’s sanctions on the Russians “a Farce.”
Unfortunately, we have already seen this horror film. Where the Russian state-run doping program runs for free and Russia wins, while the leaders of the IOC and WADA claim to have banned Russia in the eyes of the world. Let’s try to put wool. ” In an email to Reuters published Saturday. “It’s barely a ‘rebrand’ and will do nothing to stop corruption in Russia and possibly prepare others to win in any way.”
The spoke man of NBC News
NBC News has reached ROC spokesman Konstantin Vybornov. No response yet.
The IOC responded with a statement that did not state that the Russians were being allowed to avoid serious punishment and insisted that “the fight against doping and the protection of clean athletes are the IOC’s top priorities.”
IOC spokesman Mark Adams reports media about why ROC athletes are regularly called “Russian” by Olympic officials (they should avoid being so). Review the ROC references before the Olympics.
ROC Players will compete there because the ban on Russia is until December 16, 2022.
“In some cases, we can call it the ‘Russia Olympic Committee,'” Adams insisted at a news conference last week.
Russain media reaction
In Moscow, their athletes’ exploits hyped news for weeks, entitled as Russian athletes, not ROC athletes. Moreover, the unending saga of the Russian doping program will fascinate the readers through the exhibition of media.
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