World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) president John Fahey has blasted the British Olympic Association for "many hysterical and inaccurate public statements" during the case.
Welcoming the ruling, Mr Fahey said:
"WADA regrets the many hysterical and inaccurate public statements from the BOA in the course of challenging the WADA decision.
"The rules have had to be proportionate and respectful of the rights of individuals within the framework of international law. They are not based on emotive arguments or the wishes of any one signatory or individual."
Sprinter Dwain Chambers cleared to compete in this year's London Olympics after a court overturned the BOA's lifetime ban on drug cheats.
Drugs cheats Dwain Chambers and David Millar will have lifetime bans lifted today, allowing their selection for the London 2012 Olympics.
Dwain Chambers could soon be cleared to compete at London 2012 with his ban for doping reportedly set to be overturned.