The Jamaican sprinter believes the ban will scare athletes out of doping.
Top Olympic star says court ruling is a political attempt to "bury athletics."
A WADA report published in November 2015 found systematic state-sponsored cheating and corruption.
A Moscow lab protected athletes and the Russian ministry of sport oversaw manipulation of samples, according to WADA.
Russia is already banned from this year's track competitions but U.S. and Canadian report calls for total ban amid doping scandal.
The leader of the Communists of Russia party told her to represent Ukraine instead.
She will be 31 in two years—time enough for a comeback.
Yelena Isinbayeva says potential ban would violate human rights.
A hearing into the meldonium case is expected this week.
Vitaly Mutko apologizes and is 'ashamed' over doping scandal, which he blames on deceptive athletes.
Nadal wants his drug test results and blood-profile records public.
The world of professional tennis is becoming increasingly fractious.
The World Anti-Doping Agency has backtracked over a lack of scientific evidence.
Tennis player Maria Sharapova has admitted using meldonium under a different name to treat an irregular heartbeat.
Sharapova said she tested positive for meldonium and that she did not look at a banned substances list that the World Anti-Doping Agency had sent.
They are not happy that France's race is paired with a Chilean wine.
Mara Yamauchi, Britain's second fastest female marathon runner, says the organization may be beyond repair.
Shin Asakawa believes sport authorities "need to be very tough on Russia"
IAAF President Sebastian Coe also severs ties with Nike