Full disclosure of data from the Moscow laboratory had been a key condition of Russia's controversial reinstatement by WADA in September 2018.
The World Anti-Doping Agency is voting on a proposal to ban Russian Federation from taking part in the Tokyo 2020 Olympics and the 2022 Beijing winter Olympics on Monday in Lausanne, Switzerland.
The WADA committee's decision to punish Russian Federation with a ban was unanimous, the spokesman said.
If the committee adopts the recommendations, Russian Federation would be denied its flag and anthem at events including the 2020 Summer Games in Tokyo and 2022 Winter Games in Beijing - just as they were absent from the 2018 Winter Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea, and the past two track-and-field world championships.More news: Vivo launches all new V17 smartphone in India. See price, features here
One of the conditions for the reinstatement of Russian anti-doping agency RUSADA, which was suspended in 2015 in the wake of the athletics doping scandal but reinstated past year, had been that Moscow provide an authentic copy of the laboratory data.
Russian athletes could compete as neutrals under the Olympic flag if they are not linked to positive doping tests or the data corruption.
Wada says Rusada has 21 days to appeal against the ban.
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"I wanted sanctions that cannot be watered down", she said.
Among the findings in the latest investigation was that 145 cases were compromised because of the Russian tampering, and, the statement said, "we will never know who those athletes are, or if they continue to defraud clean athletes, the public and Major Games".
Its doping woes have grown since, with many of its athletes sidelined from the past two Olympics and the country stripped of its flag altogether at last year's Pyeongchang Winter Games as punishment for state-sponsored doping cover-ups at the 2014 Sochi Games. Russian Federation was stripped of the titles and banned from participating in any form of worldwide sporting competition as a nation.More news: "We Have Accepted Defeat": Congress's DK Shivakumar On Karnataka Bypolls