The five were among 12 Russians banned in earlier CAS hearings for steroid use in the run-up to the 2012 Olympics and 2013 world championships. Ukhov lost his Olympic gold medal, while Shkholina was stripped of a world title and Adams lost his 2014 world indoor triple jump gold medal.
The bans were based on evidence from a World Anti-Doping Agency investigation into systematic doping and cover-ups in Russian sports. The rulings validated longstanding claims by Russian whistleblower Grigory Rodchenkov, who said he oversaw a state-protected program that later tainted the 2014 Sochi Olympics.
Yukhareva said the appeal list was final, which appears to rule out legal challenges from Tatyana Lysenko, a hammer thrower who lost her 2013 world championship medal, and the relay runner Tatyana Firova, who has lost two Olympic medals and two world championship medals in a string of doping cases against her and teammates.
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