“Need to be compensated” – Vladimir Putin states the need to repeat competitions for banned Russian athletes

The conflict between Russia and Ukraine has led to world unrest. Its impact on the world of sports has been enormous. In light of the European crisis, almost every major sports organization in the world has banned Russian athletes. However, since the conflict remains functional. Russian President Vladimir Putin has condemned the international sports fraternity’s action against Russian athletes.

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In addition to the suspension of athletes, Russia has also lost the right to host many major international sporting events. The 2023 World Hockey Championships, the 2022 Grand Prix Figure Skating Series and the 2022 Chess Olympics. And other important events were taken from Russia. In addition, the list of banned athletes is increasing every day.

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President Vladimir Putin talks about banning the Russian athlete

The European crisis has caused an absolute nightmare for all Russian athletes. As bans and major events are being removed from the country, the future of Russian sport lies in the dark. He shared his thoughts on the decision of the world sports fraternity Putin he said, “Canceled competitions need to be offset by our own new formats. And we can do it fast. “

Speaking of alternatives, President suggested that the country should organize and invite its own events “International athletes, clubs [and] teams. “

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Evgeny Rylov suspended for nine months

Putin also criticized the suspension of the Russian swimming sensation Yevgeny Rylov by FINA. The Russian president is calling “Absurd.” The International Swimming Organization previously suspended the Olympic winner for nine months for attending a pro-conflict rally in Russia. This means that Rylov will not take part in the World Championships in Budapest this year.

GWANGJU, SOUTH KOREA – JULY 22: Yevgeny Rylov of Russia looks at the men’s semi-finals 100m mark on the second day of the FINA World Championships in Gwangju 2019 at Nambu International Aquatics Center on July 22, 2019 in Gwangju, South Korea. (Photo: Maddie Meyer / Getty Images)

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With the crisis looming over Russia and Ukraine, the future of these athletes also remains vulnerable. However, there is no clear answer as to whether this will end soon or athletes will have to suffer more.

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