Russian gymnast with Z on the shirt: it came a controversy
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The Russian gymnast Ivan Kuliak on the podium of the parallel test in a World Cup event wore a Z on his shirt, a symbol used by the Russian tanks in the invasion of Ukraine. So a controversy arose in Doha, during the awarding of the podium of the exercise at the parallels, in a stage of the World Cup Kuliak was on the podium alongside the Ukrainian Illia Kovtun, winner of the race.
Kuliak's T-shirt with the Z could be considered a violation of the Code of Conduct of the Fig, urged to intervene in this regard. From today, Russian and Belarusian athletes, including judges, will no longer be able to participate in international competitions following the ban imposed by the federation as measures aimed at preserving the integrity of gymnastics, the safety of all athletes and to combat all forms of violence.
and sports injustice. Furthermore, the International Gymnastics Federation said it had opened disciplinary proceedings against Kuliak for his shocking behavior.
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