Reigning 110 metres hurdles world champion Sergey Shubenkov is among seven Russian athletes approved by the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) to compete under a neutral banner.
Pole vaulter Illia Mudrov, race walker Sergey Shirobokov and high jumpers Daniil Tsyplakov and Maria Kuchina are also among the seven.
Kuchina also claimed gold medals at the 2015 IAAF World Championships in Beijing and at the European Indoor Championships the same year in Prague.
Pole vaulter Olga Mullina and another race walker, Yana Smerdova, complete the list.
"The IAAF Doping Review Board has agreed that the applications of seven Russians have met the exceptional eligibility criteria to compete in international competition as neutral athletes under competition Rule 22.1A(b) while the Russian Athletics Federation (RusAF) remains suspended," a statement from the IAAF said.
Russian athletes have been banned from international competition since the IAAF suspended RusAF in November 2015.
This followed allegations of state-sponsored doping in the World Anti-Doping Agency's (WADA) Independent Commission report.
In January, the IAAF released updated guidelines explaining how Russians could compete as neutrals if they met stringent criteria.
To be deemed eligible, Russians had to prove that "they are not directly implicated in any way (knowingly or unknowingly) by their national federation's failure to put in place adequate systems to protect and promote clean athletes".
They also must not have worked with a coach or doctor implicated by the doping scandal, as well as being subject to a minimum number of drug tests outside of the Russian system.
According to the IAAF, 10 applications have been approved this year and 17 have been declined.
The world governing body has received around 100 applications from Russian athletes, 38 of which have been endorsed by RusAF.
"I wish to thank the Doping Review Board for their continued dedication and diligence in assessing these applications," said IAAF President Sebastian Coe.
"There can be no time constraints on a process which has been established to safeguard the rights and aspirations of the world's clean athletes and is about rebuilding confidence in competition.
"For the avoidance of any doubt as we have consistently stated from the beginning of this process, all athletes given exceptional eligibility will compete as independent neutral athletes and not as a Russian team."
Former European champion pole vaulter Anzhelika Sidorova, sprinter Kristina Sivkova and hammer thrower Aleksei Sokirskii all had their applications approved by the governing body's Doping Review Board in February.
Long jumper Darya Klishina was the only track and field star from the nation to appear at last year's Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.
Middle distance runner Yuliya Stepanova competed at last year's European Championships as an independent athlete after turning whistleblower but had her application to compete at Rio 2016 turned down by the International Olympic Committee.