After International Olympic Committee made their decision that individual federations should decide if Russians can compete, first bans and permits are given. Still WADA was asking for the blanket ban on Russia.
Russian athletes have already been banned, though long jumper Darya Klishina has been cleared to compete as a "neutral".
Five sprint canoeists have become the latest Russian athletes to be banned from competing at the Rio Olympics. International Canoe Federation secretary general Simon Toulson said the body had taken "swift action and removed all offending athletes where doping evidence exists". Still there will be no federation-wide ban.
Seven Russian swimmers and three rowers have been banned from competing at the Rio Olympic Games by their sports' governing bodies. Some of them appeared in the McLaren report.
One of the four qualifying Russians in pentathlon, plus a reserve, have been banned by the governing body UIPM. The remaining three have been cleared to compete.
Concerning those, who can compete, World Archery said the three Russian representatives have been "tested extensively" and had no previous doping convictions. Also all 5 equestrian athletes, 18 shooters, 8 tennis players will be able to compete in Rio. President of International Judo Federation says all 11 Russian competitors who qualified for Olympics will go to Rio games.
Still there remain some federations that will be made their decision in the next few days.