LAUSANNE, Switzerland -- The IOC has decided against a complete ban on Russian athletes from the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.
The International Olympic Committee says it is leaving it up to global federations to decide which Russian athletes to accept in their sports.
The IOC says it will deny entry of Russian athletes who do not meet the requirements set out for the federations.
The IOC says the federations have the authority, under their own rules, to exclude Russian teams as a whole from their sports.
Russia has already been handed a doping punishment when its track and field team lost an appeal against a ban on Thursday.
Earlier interim IOC measures announced Tuesday included urging winter sports federations to move their competitions out of Russia this season, in response to allegations that Russian state officials hid hundreds of failed drug tests over several years and swapped samples from doped athletes for clean ones during the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi.
Russia has admitted some doping violations by its athletes and coaches, but still denies that the government was involved. State media has painted the issue as a U.S.-led political vendetta.
Russia's track and field athletes have already been banned by the IAAF, the sport's governing body, a decision that was upheld Thursday by the Court of Arbitration for Sport.
The World Anti-Doping agency and other anti-doping bodies have recommended a ban on Russia's entire team.
The IOC has said it would seek a balance between "collective punishment" and "individual justice."