Moscow's envoy to Washington, Anatoly Antonov said Russian athletes were among the most tested at the Tokyo Olympics.
Tennis player Daniil Medvedev became incensed when asked whether Russian athletes were "carrying a stigma of cheaters" in Tokyo.
WADA's four-year ban means Russia won't be able to compete at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics or at the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
The World Anti-Doping Agency have given Russia three weeks to respond to doping test "inconsistencies" or face a possible Olympics ban.
Bryan Fogel's new film, "Icarus," premieres on Netflix on August 4.
The tennis star was sidelined for using the drug after anti-doping authorities blacklisted it.
New emails suggest doping was not limited to Olympic sports.
Coaches and doctors that turn athletes to doping could face probation and jail.
A report found up to half of anti-doping tests could not be completed.
Mikhail Terentyev says if rules stop clean athletes from playing, change the rules.
The Belarusian delegation sided with its banned neighbours in Rio.
Despite the doping scandal, athletes pleased the Kremlin by winning 56 medals.
Documents and interviews show efforts to drug athletes in the early 1980s.
Coe's focus is on restoring trust in athletics.
Over 270 Russians are going to the Olympics despite the track and field ban.
The International Olympic Committee has faced widespread criticism for not barring Russia after proof of pervasive doping program.
Moscow has always seen itself as a sports heavyweight.
Russia's Athletics Federation will hold games for stars banned from the Olympics.
Individual athletes' participation will be up to each sports federation.
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.
Klishina was previously accused of turning her back on fellow athletes.
The leader of the Communists of Russia party told her to represent Ukraine instead.