The international Olympic Committee (IOC) retested all the doping samples of the athletes in the team that played at the 2014 winter Olympics in Sochi. However, nothing specific organization wasn’t said, but the investigation of local athletes were promised to be completed until the end of 2017.
In 2016 Professor Richard McLaren published the report of the independent Commission of the world anti-doping Agency (WADA), in which it was told about many frauds in Russian sport, particularly during the Olympics-2014 in Sochi.
In this regard, the international Olympic Committee (IOC) has set up a special disciplinary Commission, whose task was to conduct further investigation in relation to athletes and illegal drugs.
IOC rechecked all 254 of the urine sample, which was taken from Russian athletes during the 2014 Games, as reported on the official website of the organization. But the results of this test have not yet been reported. Indicates that this is an important measure for the protection of clean athletes for the upcoming Olympic games.
The work of the disciplinary commissions of inquiry and investigation is not finished. Their investigation is ongoing, and the results should be known until the end of 2017.