The ANA scheme allows Russian competitors who meet strict anti-doping criteria to participate in global track and field events, but under a neutral flag and in neutral clothing.
The Court of Arbitration for Sport last month ruled that Russia's name, flag and anthem would be barred from the Olympics after backing the World Anti-Doping Agency's finding that doping data was manipulated.
The ban, as it stands, means Russia would miss the re-arranged Tokyo Olympics 2020 next year as well as football's 2022 World Cup in Qatar and the 2022 Winter Olympics in China.
CAS to hear Russian anti-doping agency’s appeal against country's four-year ban from Olympics in early November
In a list of hearings published on its website, CAS wrote that the appeal by RUSADA against sanctions imposed by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) would take place from 2-5 November this year.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Russian anti-doping agency to resume testing after hiatus imposed due to lockdown measures
RUSADA was suspended in 2015 after WADA found evidence of mass doping in Russian athletics
Banned Russian race walking coach Viktor Chegin still working with athletes at training camps, says RUSADA official
In 2018 five Russian race walkers were stripped of their clearance to compete internationally as neutrals pending further investigation of their participation in a training camp with Chegin in Kyrgyzstan
Tokyo Olympics 2020: RUSADA confirms appeal against WADA's four-year ban for manipulation of doping data
The Russian anti-doping agency, known as RUSADA, sent a formal letter Friday disagreeing with the sanctions imposed earlier this month by the World Anti-Doping Agency
Tokyo Olympics 2020: IOC assures progress, says things moving quickly towards conclusion of long-drawn Russian doping saga
The IOC is unclear about the next steps in a Russian doping saga that has dragged on since 2015 and tarnished several Olympics, including the Rio Games in 2016 and the Pyeongchang Winter Games last year
Russia faces possible Olympic ban after WADA committee recommends RUSADA be ruled non-compliant of dope-testing policies
Russia is again facing a possible Olympic ban after the World Anti-Doping Agency’s Compliance Review Committee (CRC) recommended on Friday that the Russian Anti-Doping Agency (RUSADA) be ruled non-compliant.
World Anti-Doping Agency says it will rule next month on alleged Russian cover-up of doping data, IOC against blanket ban
The World Anti-Doping Agency says it expects to rule next month on whether Russia manipulated its drug-testing data.
Russia to set up national sports court to hear disputes regarding doping, says deputy justice minister Denis Novak
In countries with national tribunals, the World Anti-Doping Agency can still file its own subsequent appeals to CAS, usually when it considers punishments too lenient.
The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) said that they are making progress processing the data their experts retrieved from the Moscow anti-doping lab.
WADA successfully retrieves Russian drug sample data, says it's a 'major breakthrough for clean sport'
WADA said that they have "successfully retrieved" data from the Moscow laboratory at the heart of Russia's state-sponsored doping scandal which involved more than 1,000 athletes and 30 sports.
WADA will consider its next step in the long-running saga at a January meeting of its compliance committee, but athletes want Russia found in non-compliance.
Pound, who was WADA's inaugural president from 1999-2007 and sits on its Foundation Board, wrote in his blog for influential sports politics website InsideTheGames that those demanding WADA be overhauled had their own personal agendas.
Russian Anti-Doping Agency chief Yury Ganus asks President Vladimir Putin to give WADA access to Moscow laboratory
In September, the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) lifted a ban on RUSADA, paving the way for Russian athletes to return to competition across all sports.
Russian doping scandal whistleblower's attorney says WADA will lose integrity if RUSADA is not banned
WADA gave the Russians a conditional release from the ban in September but one of the requirements was full access to data at the Moscow lab but that did not happen.
Russian anti-doping agency on verge of suspension after WADA inspection team denied access to Moscow lab data
The five-member WADA team left the Moscow lab frustrated and without having retrieved any of the data in Laboratory Information Management System it had been promised access to.
WADA director general Olivier Niggli described the audit as an important step along the way to RUSADA again becoming a fully trusted anti-doping partner.
World Anti-Doping Agency experts to return to Moscow to conduct audit of RUSADA as part of reinstatement procedure
After a long stalemate, WADA reversed the steps and declared Russia compliant in September. The body has been widely criticised for the decision but says it will impose fresh sanctions if RUSADA does not allow raw data to be recovered from its lab.