A case against Russia's Tatyana Chernova has been concluded by the Athletics Integrity Unit (AIU) after she she accepted an anti-doping rule violation following charges based on evidence in the McLaren Report.
The heptathlete had already been stripped of a number of medals from major events due to doping but has now accepted disqualification of her results between July 2016 in 2015 and February 5 the following year.
Chernova lost the Olympic bronze medals she had won at Beijing 2008 and London 2012 following retests of her samples.
She was also stripped of the title she won at the 2011 International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) World Championships in Daegu - which went to Jessica Ennis-Hill of Britain.
Chernova had also been stripped of the bronze medal she won at the 2010 IAAF World Indoor Championships in Doha and the gold she won at the 2013 Universiade in Kazan because of doping.
Tatyana Chernova’s (RUS) results from 21 Jul '15 - 5 Feb '16 have been disqualified after she accepted an anti-doping rule violation following charges based on McLaren evidence. This means her career results from Aug '08 - Feb '16 have been disqualified. https://t.co/cBkQOqSHT4 pic.twitter.com/0jLxET5Eh5— Athletics Integrity Unit (@aiu_athletics) August 9, 2019
Chernova had been upgraded to the Olympic bronze medal at Beijing 2008 after Ukraine's Lyudmila Blonska was stripped of her silver medal following a positive test.
Chernova later appealed to the Court of Arbitration for Sport against the decision to strip her of the the Beijing 2008 medal but lost.
Disqualification of the latest results does not affect any major events as she did not compete internationally during this period but does bring her case to a close.
The latest decision means that all of Chernova's results between August 17 in 2008 and February 5 in 2016 have been annulled.
The 31-year-old will not serve any further suspension as she has already served a four-year ban.