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Friday, June 17, 2016

Russian athletics: IAAF upholds ban before Rio Olympics

 Country was suspended after revelations of state-sponsored doping 
 IOC will now consider case of clean athletes wishing to compete
 The Olympic flag flutters next to the Russian flag. Photograph: Hannibal Hanschke/EPA
More Latest & Breaking News about like it The world games representing body has maintained a prohibition on Russian competitors forced in the wake of a state-supported doping embarrassment. 
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The International Association of Athletics Federations voted consistently to keep up Russia's games boycott in front of this present summer's Olympic Games. 

The choice was achieved taking after the determination of a meeting of the IAAF committee on Friday evening in Vienna as Russia did not meet the criteria for readmission set down in November. 

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Russia was banned from global rivalry after subtle elements of state-supported doping were laid out in a 325-page autonomous report dispatched by Wada. 

The IAAF, headed by Lord Coe, had felt obligated to maintain its boycott to evade the game's notoriety being further discolored. 

Be that as it may, next Tuesday in Lausanne a meeting of pioneers from the International Olympic Committee, global games organizations and national Olympic and against doping bodies will consider "whether and if singular competitors ought to be given individual equity". The IOC official board will meet throughout the weekend prior to the summit. 

Sebastian Coe speaks during a meeting of the IAAF Council at the Grand Hotel in Vienna on Friday. Photograph: Christian Hofer/Getty Images for IAAF

Numerous expect those Russian competitors who have not tried positive for a banned substance will speak to the court of assertion for game, contending that it isn't right to rebuff clean competitors for the wrongdoings of others. 

John Coates, the Australian IOC part, said on Friday morning that he anticipated that the boycott would be maintained. Coates is likewise president of the Cas. 

Sebastian Coe's snippet of truth 

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"We will take a gander at the following stride for us," he said. "The level headed discussion next Tuesday will be on the issue of individual equity and rights. 

"I'm president of Cas, I would think there would be advance open doors, I would envision for somebody who can build up their individual honesty. 
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"It might be that our meeting one week from now will set a few rules for the global alliances who again would have the assignment of choosing if there's any person inside an organization that they've put out who should be permitted in, what leaps that individual would need to hop. 

"My theory is they'd need to set up they were consistently tried outside of Russia by a hostile to doping power and the examples were dissected outside of Russia on a general premise."