"I ran the Olympics and I won the silver medal, so I can't celebrate anything other than my silver even if they crown me Olympic champion it is just an award from them I never celebrated", Semenya said.
The Russian Olympic Committee continues the work to have Russian athletes with positive doping probes return Olympic medals, the Committee's President Alexander Zhukov told reporters on February 11.
CAS said the 31-year-old Savinova was "found to have been engaged in using doping" from July 2010 until August 2013.
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The athlete has 45 days to consider whether to appeal the CAS decision.
Unfortunately for Meadows, so often a victim of cheats during her career, Savinova keeps the 2010 world indoor title she narrowly beat the British runner to as that race was in March, four months before the European championships.
The IOC Executive Board convened a special session past year on May 17 discussing efforts of stepping up the fight against the drugs cheats and furnish measures to protect clean athletes ahead of the Olympics in Rio.
The case against her was initiated by the world athletics federation IAAF, which has also maintained a ban on Russian track and field athletes over the country's doping affair.
If the International Olympic Committee decides to reallocate the medals from the 2012 final, Semenya will add that gold medal to the one she won previous year in Rio de Janeiro.
The athlete was a world champion in 2010 and 2011, as well as a gold medalist at the London 2012 Olympic Games.
Pamela Jelimo of Kenya was fourth and is now in contention for a medal.
In another development, the Norwegian Olympic Committee confirmed a 13-month suspension of cross-country skier Therese Johaug, who tested positive for clostebol.