Russia is winning an Olympic medal, but the country's name does not count

Russia is winning an Olympic medal, but the country's name does not count


335 Russian athletes are taking part in the Tokyo Olympics. But even after winning the medal, like other countries in the world, they are not allowed to use their country's name, flag, and national anthem. All of these athletes have competed in the Olympics under the auspices of the Russian Olympic Committee (ROC).


His medal at the Tokyo Olympics is after ROC. Whose flag is different from Russia's.


Russia is one of the largest countries in the history of the Olympics. Russia tops the list. Russia is the largest country in the world in terms of area. At the 2016 Rio Olympics, Russia was fourth in the medal table, winning 56 medals.


But in 2019, the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) banned Russia from participating in all major sports competitions, including the Tokyo Olympics 2020 and FIFA World Cup 2022.



Russia appealed the ruling in 2020 to the Court of Arbitration for Sport. Following Russia's appeal, the ban was limited to two years. That is, the ban will last until December 2022.


Whistleblowers and investigators have accused Russia of years of a premeditated doping program that was so serious that the International Federation was forced to ban Russian athletes from major events around the world.


In September 2018, following a series of investigations, Wada lifted Russia's ban on the transfer of athletes' data from a Moscow laboratory to a doping regulatory body that would detect the names of hundreds of doping athletes participating in various international competitions.


But Russia has since been accused of manipulating the data, and the WADA panel has banned it.


What are the charges against Russia?


This happened in 2014, when 800-meter athlete Yulia Stepanova and her husband Vita, a former employee of the Russian anti-doping agency, covered a disturbing situation in Russia in a German documentary that later turned into a Russian doping program.


Two years later, this came out in an interview with Gregory Rodchenko, director of Russia's anti-doping laboratory. Rhodeschenkoff was the director of the Anti-Doping Laboratory during the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics.


According to Gregory Rodchenkov, they created materials that would help Russian Olympic athletes play better.


He also admitted that he changed urine samples so that they could not be detected on drug tests.


Gregory Rhodeshenko told the New York Times that Russian authorities had appointed an intelligence officer for his laboratory.


The official was asked what happened to the athletes' urine samples, which were placed in self-locking glass bottles made by the Swiss company Berliner.


One day, an intelligence officer gave Rodchenkov an open bottle, which he believed was an important part of doping at the Sochi Games.


According to the same plan, the Russian athletes took a photo of the serial number of the glass container with their urine and sent it to the Russian Ministry of Sports.


Gregory Rodshenkoff


At night, Rodchenkoff went to a room where a sample container was kept. A colleague handed them over through a small hole in the wall.


They discarded urine samples containing traces of steroids and replaced them with clean urine from athletes taken months ago.


According to him, about one hundred samples of urine were changed from this side.


In a letter to Wada, Rodschenkoff said the Sochi operation showed how anti-doping systems around the world had collapsed.


What did the research show?


The International Olympic Committee, WADA, and other federations were then investigated.


The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has named Canadian law professor and lawyer Dr. Richard McLaren was assigned to investigate.


McLaren reports that between 2012 and 2015, about 1,000 athletes in 30 sports benefited from the doping program.


This report, it describes with examples how players from different sports delayed testing and tried to confuse doping control officers.


The report said one player was missing after a sports event and another left the stadium in a race and no information was found about him.


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Wada claimed to have received data from a Russian laboratory that matched McLaren's report.


Wada's report also mentions another female athlete who probably hides clean urine.


According to the report, the urine samples of two Russian women ice hockey players were kept at the Sochi Games instead of the men's samples.


During the investigation, Wada received emails that were sent to the Russian Ministry of Sports. In these emails, the ministry was asked to give instructions as the samples were found to be positive.


The investigation also found that a clean urine bank had been set up in Moscow.


Samples of Russian athletes were then re-tested and athletes were banned and medals were withdrawn.


In December last year, a court banned Russia from playing international games until the end of 2022.


Although no Russian athletes have been charged, they have been allowed to compete in the Tokyo Olympics and are the only athletes to compete in the Olympics under the ROC banner.


Why can't Russian athletes use their country's name and flag at the Tokyo Olympics?


335 Russian athletes are participating in the Tokyo Olympics. However, like players from other countries, they are not allowed to use their country's name, flag, and national anthem.


All of these athletes are playing in the Tokyo Olympics under the flag of the Russian Olympic Committee, or ROC. The medal they won is also on the ROC's medal table at the Tokyo Olympics. Whose flag is different from Russia's.


So far, 25 athletes have won medals under the ROC flag at the ongoing Olympics. Which includes 7 gold, 11 silver, and 7 bronze. ROC ranks fourth in the medal table after China, the United States, and Japan.




Earlier in the Olympics, Russia topped the medal table. Russia, the world's largest country by area, was fourth in the medal table, winning 56 medals at the 2016 Rio Olympics.


In 2019, the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) banned Russia from participating in all major competitions, including the Tokyo Olympics 2020 and the FIFA World Cup 2022.


In 2020, Russia appealed the decision to the Court of Arbitration for Sport. Following the appeal, the ban was reduced to two years. The ban would then run until December 2022.


Investigators have accused Russia of deliberately running a doping program for several years.


As a result, international federations of various sports were forced to ban Russian players from major competitions around the world.


In September 2018, after some investigation, Wada lifted the ban on one condition. The condition was that Wada should be given the statistics of the players from the Moscow laboratory in Russia. Wada wanted to find out the names of many players caught in the doping program.


But then Russia was accused of manipulating the data. Then again, Wada imposed sanctions on Russia.


In 2016, Gregory Radchenkoff, former director of Russia's anti-doping laboratory, said in an interview. He was the director of the laboratory during the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics.


He said in an interview that he had developed a drug that would help Russian Olympic athletes perform better. He said that the performance of the players would be excellent while consuming the medicine made by him.


Wada did the research after he gave an interview to the New York Times. Between 2012 and 2015, more than a thousand players from 30 games were found to be involved in the doping program. Due to this, Wada was forced to impose sanctions on Russia.


Tokyo Olympics: who won an Olympic medal at the age of 57


Kuwaiti shooter Abdullah Al Rasidi has caught everyone's attention at the Tokyo Olympics.


He came into the limelight after winning a bronze medal in the skeet category of shooting. In the ongoing Olympics, he has come into the limelight by winning medals at an older age. He is 57 years old.


With 46 points added in the final, his medal was confirmed.


Vincent Hancock of Gold America won the event by adding 59 points. Along with gold, he also set an Olympic record. Denmark's Jasper Hansen, who added 55 points, won the silver medal.


Abdullah al-Rashidi of Kuwait won his second Olympic medal.


He competed in the 2016 Rio Olympics in person. Because at that time the International Olympic Committee had banned Kuwait.


He also won a bronze medal at the Rio Olympics. At that time, there was a controversy when he came to the final wearing the jersey of the English football team Arsenal.


Al-Rashidi had played five Olympic games before Rio. Although he failed to win the medal five times, he did not give up.


But when he won the medal for the sixth time, the medal could not be won in the name of the country. This time at the age of 57, he fulfilled his dream of winning a medal for his country.


This is the first medal Kuwait has won in the ongoing Olympics.


The record for the oldest Olympic medalist is held by Swedish shooter Oscar Swann. He won a silver medal at the 1920 Olympics at the age of 72.

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