champion Adams feels the comment on athletes from the Rio Games is a good step toward eliminating doping and the New Zealand shot putter has called for a life ban on drug cheats.
Russia's track and field team have been suspended from international competition since November following a WADA report and are barred from next month's Games as a punishment for the nation's systematic doping problems.
A number of Russian athletes have appealed against the (IAAF) ban, and the Court of Arbitration for Sport will step in to settle the dispute between the country, its athletes and the governing body of world athletics.
"It will definitely be a positive step because if you don't stop it at the top it will just keep going," Adams says
Adams, who was awarded gold at the Olympics 2012 after Belarusian Nadzeya Ostapchuk tested positive for a performance enhancing drug, said there should be no way back for tainted athletes.
"Once a cheater always a cheater. Kick them out and don't let them back in. Zero tolerance," adams added.
Adams has thrice suffered heartbreak in her future, after finishing behind athletes who have subsequently been found out as drug cheats.
"In 2004, at the Athens Olympics, I finished ninth (behind winner Irina Korzhanenko of Russia, subsequently convicted of doping at those Games) and so I missed out on three extra throws (granted to the top eight competitors)," Adams said.
"In 2005 Nadzeya Ostapchuk got the world championship gold ahead of me but then, eight years later, they re-tested her results and she got caught for doping. Same thing happened in 2012 at the London Olympics."
Adams said doping violations has tarnished her sport.
Reuters -- OmRiyadat