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Tokyo Olympics 2020: Anti-doping bodies dial down testing due to coronavirus but Games-bound athletes still asked to give dope test
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Tokyo Olympics 2020: Anti-doping bodies dial down testing due to coronavirus but Games-bound athletes still asked to give dope test

The International Olympic Committee has said it remains fully committed to opening the Tokyo Games on 24 July, so testers are still visiting some athletes at a time when many people are trying to avoid social contact

Tokyo Olympics 2020: Russia's appeal against WADA ban not to be heard until end of April, says CAS
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Tokyo Olympics 2020: Russia's appeal against WADA ban not to be heard until end of April, says CAS

The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) in December last year barred Russians from competing under their country’s flag at major international events, including this year’s Tokyo Olympics, for four years after it found that Moscow had provided it with doctored laboratory data

WADA bars Russia for four years. But what does the ban mean? More importantly, what does it not?
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WADA bars Russia for four years. But what does the ban mean? More importantly, what does it not?

The decision to bar Russia from international sports for four years raises more questions than it answers. We try to decode what the ban means, and what it doesn't.