The International Olympic Committee has reinstated Russia's membership after suspending it over state-sponsored doping allegations.
Russia had over 160 independent athletes in Pyeongchang, which Russian Olympic Committee President Alexander Zhukov was grateful for.
During the Pyeongchang Winter Games, Olympic officials found two Russian athletes guilty of doping when women's bobsleigh team member Nadezhda Sergeeva and curler Alexander Krushelnitsky failed drug tests.
"The final notification of all remaining test results from the Olympic Athletes from Russia (OAR) delegation has been received", read an IOC statement.
'The IOC can confirm that all the remaining results are negative.
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Russia's flag and anthem were missing from the recent Olympics, though more than 160 of the nation's athletes were able to participate as neutrals called "Olympic Athletes from Russian Federation".
With the ROC suspended, the IOC permitted a neutral team of clean Russian athletes to compete under the Olympic flag and anthem as Olympic Athletes from Russia.
Two of that number failed drug tests but the IOC has still chosen to reinstate Russia's Olympic membership, provoking anger among the global sporting community.
"It's a decision of the utmost importance for us". Among them were women's figure skating gold medalist Alina Zagitova, the silver medalist Yevgenia Medvedeva, and the men's ice hockey team, which also won the gold. As NPR's Bill Chappell has reported, their athletes could still compete - but under the title of "Olympic Athlete from Russian Federation".
The International Olympic Committee gave Russian Federation every opportunity to compete in Pyeongchang. The World Anti-Doping Agency said it would continue to regard Russia's domestic drug testing organization as noncompliant until it does. The only Russians at the March 8-18 Pyeongchang Games will be known as "Neutral Paralympic Athletes", mirroring the IOC's compromise.