111 and counting: List of banned Russian athletes from 2016 Rio Olympics

In addition to 67 track and field athletes already banned by the IAAF, 44 further competitors have joined the lengthening list of Russians who have been officially excluded from Brazil.

AFP| Last Updated: Jul 29, 2016, 21:10 PM IST
111 and counting: List of banned Russian athletes from 2016 Rio Olympics

Moscow: Three cyclists have brought to 111 the list of Russian athletes banned from the Rio Olympic Games in the wake of damning revelations on state-run doping.

In addition to 67 track and field athletes already banned by the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF), 44 further competitors have joined the lengthening list of Russians who have been officially excluded from Brazil.

Herewith the list of competitors ruled out by sports federations following last Sunday`s International Olympic Committee (IOC) decision urging federations to determine which Russians are eligible to compete in Rio.

Yulia Efimova, 24, bronze medal winner in the 200-metre breaststroke at the 2012 London Games and four-time world champion
Vladimir Morozov, 24, won bronze in the 4x100 freestyle relay at the 2012 London Games
Nikita Lobintsev, 27, won bronze in the 4x100 freestyle relay at the 2012 London Games, won silver at the 2008 Beijing Olympics
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- Ivan Balandin, 27 years
Anastasia Karabelshchikova, 31
Ivan Podshivalov, 34
Daniil Andrienko, 26
Alexander Bogdachin, 21
Alexei Vikulin, 23
Alexander Kornilov, 31
Dmitri Kuznetsov, 26
Alexander Kulech, 33
Elena Lebedeva, 37
Elena Oriabinskaya, 22
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, won silver at the 2012 London Games
Anastasia Romanova, 24, won bronze at the 2015 world championships
Viktor Lebedev, 28, two-time world champion
Alexander Dyachenko, 26, 2012 Olympics K2 200m champion
Andrey Kraitor, 23, double Olympic champion C4 200m
Alexey Korovashkov, 24, five-times world champion, Olympic C2 1000m bronze medallist
Elena Aniushina
Natalia Podolskaya
, 22
Maksim Kustov
Ilia Frolov
, three-times modern pentathlete world champion
Alexander Markin, 26, volleyball player
Pavel Sozykin
Olga Zabelinskaya
Ilnur Zakarin
Sergey Shilov