The International Skating Union (ISU) Board may consider allowing Russian athletes to compete on Friday June 9, a source familiar with the matter has told .
The UIS Council meeting will be held in Budapest from 9 to 11 June.
“The ISU Council may consider admitting Russians to international competitions, possibly as early as June 9,” a source told .
Russian athletes are currently suspended from participating in competitions under the auspices of the ISU in the context of the situation in Ukraine.
On March 28, the IOC announced recommendations on the admission of Russian and Belarusian athletes to international competitions in a neutral status. Recommendations include individual eligibility, status neutrality, banning team sports, and banning athletes associated with security forces or who have expressed support for the CWO.
Source : MatchTV
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