The International Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) did not allow the Soviet war song of Katyosa to be played in the Tokyo Olympics if Russian athletes won.
The Sports Arbitration Court reminded him that he must take a stand on whether a song, music or piece of music can be played at the time the anthem was banned, the two years in which Russian athletes were unable to compete in international competitions under their country’s flag.
The Russian Olympic Committee recommended Catiosa in February, a month after he was introduced by the athletics department.
The Court of Arbitration for Sport, consisting of three judges, ruled:
The ban on “All Hymns Associated with Russia” extends to “All Songs Associated with Russia”, and Catusa is included in this category.
The folk song dates from World War II, about a girl who waits for her lover from far away. Catiosa was also given the female name of the Red Army, the first interactive serial launcher deployed in those years.
The Sports Arbitration Court agreed to Russia’s ban on December 17, but cut the four-year sentence imposed by the International Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) in half.
Because of doping and state-level abuse in the operation of the Moscow Doping Control Laboratory.
The decision continues to prevent Russian athletes from competing in international competitions under their country’s flag and to play their anthem in their honor.
Under the decision of the Sports Arbitration Court, Russians will not be allowed to represent their nation in the Tokyo Summer Olympics and the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics, which have been postponed this year.
In addition, Russia will not be able to hold or compete in global competitions until the end of 2022, and government officials and representatives will not participate.