Russia banned form global sport events for 2 years

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As Russian athletes have been banned from international events, Sport’s top court has rejected an appeal by Russia’s anti-doping agency. The ban has been halved to two years, meaning that no Russian flag or anthem at international sporting events till 2022. However, RT explains why the court decision may not be the final twist in this case.

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