It is just two weeks days until the launch of the Rio Olympics and Russian athletes still don't know if they'll be competing.
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) says it will "explore the legal options" before deciding whether or not to implement a "collective ban" on all Russian competitors for the Rio games, which begin on 5 August.
The IOC also says it will also re-test all Russian athletes who competed at the Sochi Winter Olympics in 2014.
This follows the McLaren report findings, which said the urine samples of Russian competitors were manipulated in an elaborate, state-sponsored doping programme across the London and Sochi games from 2011 - 2015.
What the IOC says it will do:
Mr Mutko has responded to the McLaren report's findings by claiming there was "no state doping schemes in Russia".
The New Zealand Olympic Committee (NZOC) says it supports the IOC as it "works towards taking the strongest possible measures against the Russian Olympic team" and that "the impact of the state-sanctioned doping programme has been far-reaching and the negative impact on clean athletes cannot be underestimated".