A summary of CAS Ad Hoc & Anti-Doping Division decisions at the 2018 Winter Olympic Games
This article reviews the decisions of the Court of Arbitration for Sport’s Ad Hoc and Anti-Doping Divisions for the recently concluded 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympic Games.
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- Tags: CAS Ad-Hoc Division | Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) | International Olympic Committee (IOC) | IOC Anti-Doping Rules | IOC Executive Board (IOC EC) | Lebanese Olympic Committee (LOC) | Olympic Athlete from Russia Implementation Group (OAR IG) | Olympic Athlete of Russia (OAR) | Pyeongchang 2018 | Russia | Russian Olympic Committee (ROC) | Ski Federation International (FIS) | South Korea | Winter Olympic Games 2018
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