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President of the Russian Olympic Committee Stanislav Pozdnyakov speaks during a news conference in Moscow, Russia, Thursday, Nov. 28, 2019. The WADA committee has proposed a package of sanctions including a four-year ban on hosting major events in Russia and a similar four-year sanction on Russians competing in top events like the Olympics, though they could enter as neutrals. (AP Photo/Pavel Golovkin)
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President of the Russian Olympic Committee Stanislav Pozdnyakov speaks during a news conference in Moscow, Russia, Thursday, Nov. 28, 2019. The WADA committee has proposed a package of sanctions including a four-year ban on hosting major events in Russia and a similar four-year sanction on Russians competing in top events like the Olympics, though they could enter as neutrals. (AP Photo/Pavel Golovkin)
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Olympic Rings and a model of Misha the Bear Cub, the mascot of the Moscow 1980 Olympic Games, left, are seen in the yard of Russian Olympic Committee building in Moscow, Russia, Thursday, Nov. 28, 2019. The WADA committee has proposed a package of sanctions including a four-year ban on hosting major events in Russia and a similar four-year sanction on Russians competing in top events like the Olympics, though they could enter as neutrals. (AP Photo/Pavel Golovkin)
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President of the Russian Olympic Committee (ROC) Stanislav Pozdnyakov talks to reporters in Moscow on November 28, 2019. - Russia's Olympic Committee will do all it can to ensure Russian athletes take part in the 2020 Games, its chief said on November 28, 2019, as the country faces a four-year doping ban. (Photo by Alexander NEMENOV / AFP)
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President of the Russian Olympic Committee (ROC) Stanislav Pozdnyakov talks to reporters in Moscow on November 28, 2019. - Russia's Olympic Committee will do all it can to ensure Russian athletes take part in the 2020 Games, its chief said on November 28, 2019, as the country faces a four-year doping ban. (Photo by Alexander NEMENOV / AFP)
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President of the Russian Olympic Committee (ROC) Stanislav Pozdnyakov talks to reporters in Moscow on November 28, 2019. - Russia's Olympic Committee will do all it can to ensure Russian athletes take part in the 2020 Games, its chief said on November 28, 2019, as the country faces a four-year doping ban. (Photo by Alexander NEMENOV / AFP)
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President of the Russian Olympic Committee (ROC) Stanislav Pozdnyakov talks to reporters in Moscow on November 28, 2019. - Russia's Olympic Committee will do all it can to ensure Russian athletes take part in the 2020 Games, its chief said on November 28, 2019, as the country faces a four-year doping ban. (Photo by Alexander NEMENOV / AFP)
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President of the Russian Olympic Committee (ROC) Stanislav Pozdnyakov talks to reporters in Moscow on November 28, 2019. - Russia's Olympic Committee will do all it can to ensure Russian athletes take part in the 2020 Games, its chief said on November 28, 2019, as the country faces a four-year doping ban. (Photo by Alexander NEMENOV / AFP)
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President of the Russian Olympic Committee (ROC) Stanislav Pozdnyakov talks to reporters in Moscow on November 28, 2019. - Russia's Olympic Committee will do all it can to ensure Russian athletes take part in the 2020 Games, its chief said on November 28, 2019, as the country faces a four-year doping ban. (Photo by Alexander NEMENOV / AFP)
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President of the Russian Olympic Committee (ROC) Stanislav Pozdnyakov talks to reporters in Moscow on November 28, 2019. - Russia's Olympic Committee will do all it can to ensure Russian athletes take part in the 2020 Games, its chief said on November 28, 2019, as the country faces a four-year doping ban. (Photo by Alexander NEMENOV / AFP)
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President of the Russian Olympic Committee (ROC) Stanislav Pozdnyakov talks to reporters in Moscow on November 28, 2019. - Russia's Olympic Committee will do all it can to ensure Russian athletes take part in the 2020 Games, its chief said on November 28, 2019, as the country faces a four-year doping ban. (Photo by Alexander NEMENOV / AFP)
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President of the Russian Olympic Committee (ROC) Stanislav Pozdnyakov talks to reporters in Moscow on November 28, 2019. - Russia's Olympic Committee will do all it can to ensure Russian athletes take part in the 2020 Games, its chief said on November 28, 2019, as the country faces a four-year doping ban. (Photo by Alexander NEMENOV / AFP)
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A man walks in front of the Russian Olympic Committee (ROC) headquarters in Moscow on November 26, 2019. - Russia's anti-doping chief said on November 26, 2019 he expected the country to be barred from all sporting competition for four years, after a bombshell recommendation from the World Anti-Doping Agency that shocked Russian athletes. WADA's Compliance Review Committee recommended the ban on Monday, accusing Moscow of falsifying laboratory data handed over to investigators. It recommended Russia also face a four-year ban from staging or bidding for major international sporting events -- potentially putting Saint Petersburg's status as a venue for the Euro 2020 football tournament in jeopardy. (Photo by Alexander NEMENOV / AFP)
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A woman smokes in front of the Russian Olympic Committee (ROC) headquarters in Moscow on November 26, 2019. - Russia's anti-doping chief said on November 26, 2019 he expected the country to be barred from all sporting competition for four years, after a bombshell recommendation from the World Anti-Doping Agency that shocked Russian athletes. WADA's Compliance Review Committee recommended the ban on Monday, accusing Moscow of falsifying laboratory data handed over to investigators. It recommended Russia also face a four-year ban from staging or bidding for major international sporting events -- potentially putting Saint Petersburg's status as a venue for the Euro 2020 football tournament in jeopardy. (Photo by Alexander NEMENOV / AFP)
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A man smokes in front of the Russian Olympic Committee (ROC) headquarters in Moscow on November 26, 2019. - Russia's anti-doping chief said on November 26, 2019 he expected the country to be barred from all sporting competition for four years, after a bombshell recommendation from the World Anti-Doping Agency that shocked Russian athletes. WADA's Compliance Review Committee recommended the ban on Monday, accusing Moscow of falsifying laboratory data handed over to investigators. It recommended Russia also face a four-year ban from staging or bidding for major international sporting events -- potentially putting Saint Petersburg's status as a venue for the Euro 2020 football tournament in jeopardy. (Photo by Alexander NEMENOV / AFP)
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A woman smokes in front of the Russian Olympic Committee (ROC) headquarters in Moscow on November 26, 2019. - Russia's anti-doping chief said on November 26, 2019 he expected the country to be barred from all sporting competition for four years, after a bombshell recommendation from the World Anti-Doping Agency that shocked Russian athletes. WADA's Compliance Review Committee recommended the ban on Monday, accusing Moscow of falsifying laboratory data handed over to investigators. It recommended Russia also face a four-year ban from staging or bidding for major international sporting events -- potentially putting Saint Petersburg's status as a venue for the Euro 2020 football tournament in jeopardy. (Photo by Alexander NEMENOV / AFP)
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A man walks in front of the Russian Olympic Committee (ROC) headquarters in Moscow on November 26, 2019. - Russia's anti-doping chief said on November 26, 2019 he expected the country to be barred from all sporting competition for four years, after a bombshell recommendation from the World Anti-Doping Agency that shocked Russian athletes. WADA's Compliance Review Committee recommended the ban on Monday, accusing Moscow of falsifying laboratory data handed over to investigators. It recommended Russia also face a four-year ban from staging or bidding for major international sporting events -- potentially putting Saint Petersburg's status as a venue for the Euro 2020 football tournament in jeopardy. (Photo by Alexander NEMENOV / AFP)
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People walk in front of the Russian Olympic Committee (ROC) headquarters in Moscow on November 26, 2019. - Russia's anti-doping chief said on November 26, 2019 he expected the country to be barred from all sporting competition for four years, after a bombshell recommendation from the World Anti-Doping Agency that shocked Russian athletes. WADA's Compliance Review Committee recommended the ban on Monday, accusing Moscow of falsifying laboratory data handed over to investigators. It recommended Russia also face a four-year ban from staging or bidding for major international sporting events -- potentially putting Saint Petersburg's status as a venue for the Euro 2020 football tournament in jeopardy. (Photo by Alexander NEMENOV / AFP)
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A man talks on his mobile phone in front of the Russian Olympic Committee (ROC) headquarters in Moscow on November 26, 2019. - Russia's anti-doping chief said on November 26, 2019 he expected the country to be barred from all sporting competition for four years, after a bombshell recommendation from the World Anti-Doping Agency that shocked Russian athletes. WADA's Compliance Review Committee recommended the ban on Monday, accusing Moscow of falsifying laboratory data handed over to investigators. It recommended Russia also face a four-year ban from staging or bidding for major international sporting events -- potentially putting Saint Petersburg's status as a venue for the Euro 2020 football tournament in jeopardy. (Photo by Alexander NEMENOV / AFP)
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(FILES) This file photo taken on February 23, 2014 shows the Olympic flag and the Russian flag flying during the Closing Ceremony of the Sochi Winter Olympics at the Fisht Olympic Stadium. Russia's anti-doping chief Yury Ganus said on November 26, 2019 he expected the country to be barred from all sporting competition for four years, after a bombshell recommendation from the World Anti-Doping Agency that shocked Russian athletes. - WADA's Compliance Review Committee recommended the ban yesterday, accusing Moscow of falsifying laboratory data handed over to investigators. (Photo by Andrej ISAKOVIC / AFP)

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