Russia’s Darya Klishina at the 2015 IAAF World Championships in Beijing on August 28, 2015.
RIO DE JANEIRO—The world track and container federation has withdrawn the eligibility of Russia’s lone monitor athlete at these Olympics, furthering a dramatic and extended prison fight during the last a number of months within the wake of revelations of state-sponsored doping in Russia.
The international association of Athletics Federations mentioned Saturday it has revoked the eligibility of Darya Klishina, a U.S.-based lengthy jumper for Russia, who was once the nation’s lone athlete to successfully appeal a ban of the whole nation’s monitor staff from these video games.
A spokesman for the IAAF, Yannis Nikolaou, said the organization got “new information” relating to Klishina closing week and right away notified the athlete it might suspend her entry. Klishina is now appealing that decision to the courtroom of Arbitration for sport.
Nikolaou declined to complex on the substance of the tips or from the place it was obtained, and mentioned it isn’t yet known when the enchantment will be heard, aside from that it is more likely to be within the next two days.
A representative for the court of Arbitration for recreation, which adjudicates international disputes in sports activities, tested Klishina’s appeal.