Doping in Russia | statistics

Statistics

WADA publishes annual summaries of anti-doping rule violations (ADRV). Russia ranked first in the world for ADRVs during 2013, 2014, and 2015.[205]

Anti-doping rule violations[205]
Year Russian ADRV Total world ADRV Russian proportion Russian rank As of
2013 225 1,953 11.5% 1 15 May 2015
2014 148 1,647 9% 1 21 February 2016
2015 176 1,901 9.3% 1 31 January 2017

Stripped Olympic medals

Due to doping violations, Russia has been stripped of 41 Olympic medals – the most of any country, four times the number of the runner-up, and more than a third of the global total. It was the leading country in terms of the number of medals removed due to doping at the 2002 Winter Olympics (5 medals), the 2006 Winter Olympics (1 medal), the 2008 Summer Olympics (14 medals), the 2012 Summer Olympics (13 medals), 2014 Winter Olympics (4 medals) and the joint most at the 2004 Summer Olympics (3 medals) and the 2016 Summer Olympics (1 medal). The 41 revoked medals include 10 Golds, 21 Silvers, and 10 Bronzes.

Olympics Athlete Medal Event Ref
2002 Winter Olympics Olga Danilova Gold Cross-country skiing, women's 5 km + 5 km combined pursuit [206]
Silver Cross-country skiing, women's 10 km classical [206]
Larisa Lazutina Gold Cross-country skiing, women's 30 km classical [206][207]
Silver Cross-country skiing, women's 15 km freestyle [208]
Silver Cross-country skiing, women's 5 km + 5 km combined pursuit [208]
2004 Summer Olympics Irina Korzhanenko Gold Athletics, women's shot put [209]
Svetlana Krivelyova Bronze Athletics, women's shot put [210]
Oleg Perepetchenov Bronze Weightlifting, men's 77 kg [211]
2006 Winter Olympics Olga Medvedtseva Silver Biathlon, women's individual [212]
2008 Summer Olympics Relay team (Yuliya Chermoshanskaya) Gold Athletics, women's 4 × 100 m relay [213]
Relay team
(Anastasiya Kapachinskaya, Tatyana Firova)
Silver Athletics, women's 4 × 400 m relay [215]
Maria Abakumova Silver Athletics, women's javelin throw [216]
Relay team (Denis Alexeev) Bronze Athletics, men's 4 × 400 m relay [216]
Yekaterina Volkova Bronze Athletics, women's 3000 m steeplechase [218]
Anna Chicherova Bronze Athletics, women's high jump [220]
Khadzhimurat Akkayev Bronze Weightlifting, men's 94 kg [221]
Dmitry Lapikov Bronze Weightlifting, men's 105 kg [221]
Marina Shainova Silver Weightlifting, women's 58 kg [215]
Nadezhda Evstyukhina Bronze Weightlifting, women's 75 kg [215]
Khasan Baroyev Silver Wrestling, men's Greco-Roman 120 kg [221]
Tatyana Lebedeva Silver Athletics, women's triple jump [222]
Tatyana Lebedeva Silver Athletics, women's long jump [222]
Tatyana Chernova Bronze Athletics, Women's heptathlon [223]
2012 Summer Olympics Tatyana Lysenko Gold Athletics, women's hammer throw [224]
Yuliya Zaripova Gold Athletics, women's 3000 m steeplechase [225][226]
Sergey Kirdyapkin Gold Athletics, men's 50 km walk [227]
Tatyana Chernova Bronze Athletics, women's heptathlon [228]
Darya Pishchalnikova Silver Athletics, women's discus throw [229]
Yevgeniya Kolodko Silver Athletics, women's shot put [230]
Olga Kaniskina Silver Athletics, women's 20 km walk [231]
Apti Aukhadov Silver Weightlifting, men's 85 kg [232]
Aleksandr Ivanov Silver Weightlifting, men's 94 kg [226]
Natalia Zabolotnaya Silver Weightlifting, women's 75 kg [226]
Svetlana Tsarukayeva Silver Weightlifting, women's 63 kg
Relay (Antonina Krivoshapka, Yulia Gushchina) Silver Athletics, women's 4 × 400 m relay [233][234]
Mariya Savinova Gold Athletics, women's 800 m
2014 Winter Olympics Two-man (Alexandr Zubkov, Alexey Voyevoda) Gold Bobsleigh, Two-man [235][236]
Four-man (Alexandr Zubkov, Alexey Voyevoda) Gold Bobsleigh, Four-man [235][236][237]
Olga Vilukhina Silver Biathlon, Women's sprint [237]
Relay team (Olga Vilukhina, Yana Romanova, Olga Zaitseva) Silver Biathlon, Women's relay [238][239]
2016 Summer Olympics Mikhail Aloyan Silver Boxing, men's flyweight [240]
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