From not going to the World Cup in Qatar or participating in the Paralympic Winter Games to having to participate without a flag in the different competitions. Review the announcements of each Federation after the Russia-Ukraine war.
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LRussia’s invasion of Ukraine had a significant impact on the world of sport and, little by little, the different entities were announcing sanctions for both Russia and Belarus.
Undoubtedly, one of the most resonant of the measures FIFA took it by leaving Russia without the possibility of going to the 2022 Qatar World Cup. The team led by Valeri Karpin had to face Poland next Thursday, March 24 in Moscow, for the Repechage of the European Qualifiers, but the highest body in world football decided to eliminate it from the competition.
“We believe that this decision is contrary to the rules and principles of international competition, as well as sportsmanship. It is clearly discriminatory in nature and harms a large number of athletes, coaches, club employees and national teams and, what is most importantly, to millions of Russian and foreign fans, whose interests should be protected by international sports organizations in the first place,” The Federation responded in a statement.
One by one: all sanctions on Russia and Belarus for the war in Ukraine
- Russia was left out of the 2022 Qatar World Cup: it will not be able to participate in the Repechage against Poland
- Spartak Moscow was eliminated from the Europa League: it will not be able to face Leipzig in the round of 16
- The ITF expelled Russia and Belarus from the Davis Cup and the BJK Cup
- Russian tennis players will be able to continue competing, although they will have to do so without a flag
- CSKA Moscow, Zenit Saint Petersburg and Unics Kazan were unable to participate in the Euroleague basketball.
- The International Automobile Federation (FIA) will allow Russian drivers to race, although they must do so without a flag or symbols
- The FIVB International Volleyball Federation took from Russia the organization of the Volleyball World Cup that was going to be played from August 26 to September 11.
- The International Volleyball Federation (FIVB) separated athletes from both countries “with immediate effect and until further notice.” In addition, he reported that all the national teams,
- beach volleyball and snow volleyball clubs, officials and athletes from Russia and Belarus will not be allowed to play in any competition.
- The International Swimming Federation decided to withdraw from Vladimir Putin the Order that it gave him in 2014.
- The International Swimming Federation determined that swimmers from Russia and Belarus will only be able to compete as neutrals, without symbols, flag or anthems.
- World Athletics removed Russia and Belarus from all its championships
- The International Hockey Federation excluded Russia from the Junior Women’s World Cup
- Mauricio Sulaimán, president of the World Boxing Council (WBC), announced on Tuesday that his body will not endorse fights with Russian or Belarusian boxers.
- The International Rugby Federation (World Rugby) agreed to suspend “until further notice” the selections and teams of the two invading countries.
- The International Olympic Committee (IOC) recommended not to invite Russian and Belarusian athletes to international competitions
- Rowing (World Rowing) confirmed that it will not allow the participation of Russian and Belarusian athletes in any of its competitions “with immediate effect and until further notice”.
- The International Badminton Federation (BWF) joined the IOC recommendation.
- Table tennis also followed the IOC’s recommendations and indicated that “until further notice” Russian or Belarusian players will not be invited or allowed to attend events organized by the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF).
- The International Taekwondo Federation (World Taekwondo) has withdrawn Vladimir Putin’s honorary 9th dan black belt.
- The International Cycling Union (UCI) expels Russia and Belarus from the UCI calendar and their teams
- The World Games veto Russia and Belarus in Birmingham 2022
- The European Handball Federation (EHF) suspends the teams and clubs of Russia and Belarus
- The Australian swimming federation announced its boycott of the World Cup in Russia
- Russian and Belarusian skiers will not participate in FIS competitions
- The German Olympic Sports Confederation (DOSB) called for the expulsion of Russia and Belarus from all European competitions.
- Athletes from Russia and Belarus were excluded from the 2022 Winter Paralympics.
- The ISSF (International Shooting Federation) decided to exclude shooters from Russia and Belarus from all competitions.
Athletes from Russia and Belarus were excluded from the 2022 Winter Paralympics
Through an official statement, the International Paralympic Committee reported that the Russian and Belarusian athletes will not be able to compete in the 2022 Winter Paralympics for the invasion of the country led by Vladimir Putin to Ukraine.
Yes OK initially The Committee had determined that the athletes from Russia and Belarus could participate as neutralsafter threats from various countries and athletes to refuse to compete, the body changed its decision.
Andrew Parsons, president of the IPC, explained the determination as follows: “In the CPI we firmly believe that sports and politics should not be mixed. However, war has come to these Games and behind the scenes many governments are influencing our great event. Many teams have contacted us asking that if we do not reconsider our decision on athletes from Russia and Belarus, it could have serious consequences at the Beijing 2022 Winter Paralympics. Several national committees have threatened not to compete“.
Also, referring to Russian and Belarusian athletes, the statement said: “To the Para athletes of the affected countries, we are very sorry that you are affected by the decisions to break the Olympic Truce that your governments took last week.. You are victims of the actions of your governments.”
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One by one: sports sanctions against Russia for the war in Ukraine