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Moscow - International sports federations and Russia's Olympic Committee on Monday began to announce the Russian competitors who will be sidelined from the Rio Games over past doping offences.
The announcements come one day after the International Olympic Committee (IOC) said it would be up to sports federations to determine which Russians are eligible to compete in Rio.
In addition to the 67 track and field athletes banned from international competition by the International Association of Athletics Federation (IAAF), here is a preliminary list of 13 Russian competitors who have been sidelined from Rio:
- Yulia Efimova, 24, bronze medal winner in the 200m breaststroke at the 2012 London Games. Four-time World Champion.
- Mikhail Dovgalyuk, 21, 4x200m freestyle relay
- Natalia Lovtsova, 28, 50m freestyle
- Anastasia Krapivina, 21, marathon swimmer
- Daria Ustinova, 17, won bronze at the 2013 World Championships.
- Nikita Lobintsev, 27, won bronze in the 4x100 freestyle relay at the 2012 London Games, won silver at the 2008 Beijing Olympics.
- Vladimir Morozov (below), 24, won bronze in the 4x100 freestyle relay at the 2012 London Games.
- Ivan Balandin, 27, men's eight
- Anastasia Karabelshchikova, 31, women's eight
- Ivan Podshivalov, 34, men's four
- Daniil Andrienko, 26
- Alexander Bogdachin, 21
- Alexe Vikulin, 23
- Dmitri Kuznetsov, 26
- Alexander Kulech, 33
- Elena Lebedeva, 37
- Elena Oriabinskaya, 22
- Alexander Kornilov (below), 31
- Julia Popova, 28
- Ekaterina Potapova, 26
- Alevtina Savkina, 30
- Pavel Safonkin, 30
- Maxime Telintsyne, 25
- Anastassia Tikhanova, 22
- Alexandra Fedorova, 29
- Aliona Chataguina, 23
- Semion Iaganov, 25
- Ksenia Iamayeva, 23
- Anastassia Ianina, 22
- Tatiana Kashirina (below), won silver at the 2012 London Games.
- Anastasia Romanova, 24, won bronze at the 2015 World Championships.
- Viktor Lebedev (below), 28, two-time world champion.
- Elena Aniushina, came second in the 4 500m kayak four at the Under-23 World Sprint Championships.
- Natalia Podolskaya, 22, won silver for the 4x200m at the 2014 World Championships in Moscow.
- Andrey Kraitor, 23, won gold for the 4x200m at the 2014 World Championships in Moscow.
- Alexey Korovashkov, 24, won bronze for the 1000m at the 2012 London Games.
- Alexander Dyachenko (below in front), 26, won gold for the K-2 200m at the 2012 London Games.
- Maksim Kustov
- Ilia Frolov, 32, three-times world champion
- Alexander Markin, 26, won bronze medal at the 2015 European Games.
- Pavel Sozykin, finished third in the 2015 470 World Championships.
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