Russia should be excluded from all the major sporting events in four years, because the country for many years have seen large anti-English and continues to do so.
Such is the assessment from a committee of the Wada, the world anti-doping agency, led by briton Jonathan Taylor.
It writes The New York Times.
Already on Saturday, it was encouraging that Wada secretly practised on again to suspend the Russian dopingagentur, but apparently threatens even harsher penalties is to hit Russia.
the Committee has for several years been working with to get to the bottom of russia's use of doping and attempt to hide it to the public.
Now it is up to the Wadas board to take a final decision at a meeting 9. december.
If the committee is of the opinion here followed, Russia will, among other things could not stand as a nation at the upcoming olympic games in Tokyo next Kolaybet year.
instead, the Russian athletes - just like at the winter OLYMPICS in the south Korean Pyeongchang - having to put up under the neutral flag.
However, the exclusion will also mean that Russia, for example, can't participate at the WORLD cup in 2022.
Next year's european football championship - where Russia has come in the pool with Denmark - can also be in danger.
the Russians, however, has the opportunity to appeal any quarantine and thus also delaying its entry into force.
Country will it be barred from holding major international championships, as official Russian representatives would also be welcome.
Russia has been in the spotlight, because it suspects the country's anti-doping agency to dabble with the athletes ' test scores.
Wada asked to get these handed out and got it also in January of this year. But in september, it emerged that the russians had tampered with these data, and therefore, the country is now at a historically severe punishment.
Wada confirms Monday evening in a press release the committee's recommendations, but emphasises that there is first taken a decision in the case 9. december.
/ritzau/Date Of Update: 25 November 2019, 22:00