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Need a little inspiration to get fit? Why not head down to the Russian Olympic Committee (ROC) store and pick up a kettlebell in the shape of Russian President Vladimir Putin's face? [Read More]
The Russian Olympic Committee and their staff are specifically accused of state-sponsored doping. However, there is little evidence to support this claim. What is the real reason? [Read More]
MOSCOW Despite Russia's ban from the upcoming Olympics, officials in the country still expect more than 200 of their athletes to compete at the Pyeongchang Games. Under International Olympic Committee sanctions announced last week, all Russians must compete under the Olympic flag as "Olympic Athletes from Russia." [Read More]
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Despite Russia's ban from the upcoming Olympics, officials in the country still expect more than 200 of their athletes to compete at the Pyeongchang Games. [Read More]
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The Russian Olympic Committee has formally given its blessing to the country's athletes to compete under a neutral flag at the upcoming Pyeongchang Games. Under International Olympic... [Read More]
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The Russian Olympic Committee voted to support Russian athletes competing despite the restrictions placed on the national team... [Read More]
The Russian Olympic Committee (ROC) has unanimously voted in favor of Russian athletes participating at the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Games under a neutral flag. [Read More]
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The Russian Olympic Committee (ROC) has unanimously voted in favor of Russian athletes participating at the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Games under a neutral flag. [Read More]
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The Russian Olympic Committee (ROC) on Tuesday gave a green light for its athletes to compete under a neutral flag at the 2018 Winter Olympics despite a ban on the country's national team. "We all had the same opinion: our athletes need to go to South Korea and try to bring back a victory for Russia. Russian athletes have expressed their will to take part in the games," the ROC president Alexander Zhukov, who is suspended from the IOC, told a press-conference in Moscow. The ROC "will respect the will of every athlete. The ROC will take all... [Read More]
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While it denies state-sponsored doping, Russia's Olympic Committee announced its support for the athletes who choose to participate in the 2018 Winter Games under a neutral flag. The ROC urged them to 'achieve victory for the glory of Russia.'... [Read More]
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Despite Russia's ban from the upcoming Olympics, officials in the country still expect more than 200 of their athletes to compete at the Pyeongchang Games. Under International Olympic Committee sanctions announced last week, all Russians must compete... [Read More]
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The Russian Olympic Committee says it expects about 200 athletes from the country to compete under a neutral flag at the upcoming Pyeongchang Games        ... [Read More]
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Despite Russia's ban from the upcoming Olympics, officials in the country still expect more than 200 of their athletes to compete at the Pyeongchang Games. [Read More]
The Russian Olympic Committee has formally given its blessing to the country's athletes to compete under a neutral flag at the upcoming Pyeongchang Games. Under International Ol…... [Read More]
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The Russian Olympic Committee (ROC) agreed on Tuesday to support athletes who choose to compete as neutrals at next year's Winter Games in South Korea, as the country adapts to being banned on charges of state-sponsored doping. [Read More]
The International Olympic Committee has banned 6 Russian female hockey players from the Olympics for life. On December 5, the International Olympic Committee allowed clean Russian athletes to perform at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang under the Olympic flag. Following the decision, the commission of athletes of the Russian Olympic Committee announced Monday that it would support those Russian athletes who expressed their readiness to take part in the Olympics.  The same day, the Russian Olympic Committee's (ROC) Athletes Commission drafted an appeal to the IOC President Thomas Bach with a request to review the decision on the Russian national team's participation in the 2018 Olympic Games without the national anthem and flag. DETAILS TO FOLLOW... [Read More]
The Russian Olympic Committee has said it unanimously supports Russian athletes wanting to participate in 2018 Winter Olympic Games in South Korea. [Read More]
Russians will compete under the Olympic flag as "Olympic Athletes from Russia." [Read More]
The Russian Olympic Committee formally allows athletes to compete under a neutral flag at the Winter Games in Pyeongchang in February, after the IOC banned Russia as part of the fallout from the doping scandal. [Read More]
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