Former Olympic champions Natalya Antyukh and Andrei Silnov are among four Russian athletes who have been given doping bans by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) after being named in the McLaren Report, but they will not lose their medals.
A final plan for the reinstatement of the Russian Athletics Federation (RusAF) has been approved by the World Athletics Council.
Peter Ivanov, head of the Russian Triathlon Federation (RTF) and director general of High-Speed Railways, is the latest figure to be nominated for the Russian Athletics Federation (RusAF) Presidency.
Four-time Olympic medallist Irina Privalova is to stand for the Russian Athletics Federation (RusAF) Presidency later this month.
The Russian Athletics Federation (RusAF) Reinstatement Commission has met virtually today to discuss proposals for how the body can instill a zero-tolerance attitude towards doping in Russia, after the meeting was twice postponed.
David Howman, the chair of the Athletics Integrity Unit (AIU) Board, has highlighted the investigation and charges brought against Russian high jumper Danil Lysenko as the most important activity undertaken last year.
Russian athletics owes its life to Sports Minister Oleg Matytsin’s last-ditch "unconditional" promise to pay an outstanding fine to World Athletics, according to Russian Anti-Doping Agency (RUSADA) director general Yury Ganus.
The Executive Committee of the crisis-stricken Russian Athletics Federation (RusAF) is not planing to hold an urgent election to select a new President.
The Russian Athletics Federation (RusAF) is requesting the deadline for it to pay half of a $10 million (£8 million/€9 million) fine to World Athletics - which is today - is postponed indefinitely, claiming it does not have the funds available to complete payment at the present time.
A study into Russian doping in athletics has analysed the difference in performance between athletes who have served doping bans and those who haven't, finding that clean athletes performed better in six out of 21 disciplines.
Russian Sports Minister Matytsin says country's athletes must be allowed to compete internationally as neutrals
Russian Sports Minister Oleg Matytsin says the country's athletes must be allowed to compete as neutrals in international competition, even if the country's athletics federation does not pay a $5 million (£4.02 million/€4.44 million) fine by the start of July.
Lasitskene fears athletics "will remain the poorest" even if Russia allowed to compete at Tokyo 2020
Three-times world high jump champion Mariya Lasitskene has claimed that even if Russia wins its appeal against the latest World Anti-Doping Agency sanctions, its track and field athletes will remain out in the cold.
The head of Russia's anti-doping agency has launched a scathing attack on the Russian Athletics Federation (RusAF), calling for directors to resign over the current international ban on track and field athletes.
Mike Rowbottom: Coe cites 51,000 reasons why the Russian Athletics Federation return is still a marathon rather than a sprint
Russia's two-time Olympic pole vault champion Yelena Isinbayeva is reportedly hoping the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) will lift the country's suspension before the World Athletics Championships in Doha.
A "new athletics" study has been launched by the Russian Athletics Federation (RusAF) to strengthen anti-doping support for its athletes, coaches and other professionals involved in training athletes.