"The Ladies' free skating panel included judges from Canada, Estonia, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Russia, Slovakia and Ukraine."
And as no official protest was lodged with the International Skating Union, the decision stood.
Six athletes tested positive for banned substances during Sochi 2014, most notably Swedish ice hockey star Nicklas Backstrom.
That is in contrast to the one positive test recorded during the Vancouver Games in 2010.
Backstrom's positive test was announced hours after he played for Sweden in a 3-0 defeat to Canada in the gold medal match on the final day of the games.
Austrian cross-country skier Johannes Duer was also chucked out of the men's 50km, which took place on the final day of the games, after testing positive for the banned substance EPO.
"The number of cases for me is not really relevant," IOC chief Thomas Bach told reporters on Sunday.
"What is important is that we see that the system works. It shows that the IOC is serious with zero tolerance because the athletes have been disqualified from the games."
Two separate suicide bombings in the city of Volgograd, 420 miles north east of Sochi, sparked security fears ahead of the Winter Games.
But those fears never materialized.
Russia's "ring of steel" around Sochi and the increased police presence -- including 400 specially recruited Cossack soldiers -- prevented an attack in the region during the games.
CNN's National Security Analyst Robert Baer suggests the calm in Russia during Sochi 2014 was due to the Federal Security Service.
"They have enormous power in Russia," said Baer. "They did a bunch of raids, they locked down villages.
"They went to organized crime groups, Chechen in particular, and convinced them -- with money -- to close these people down.
"The Russians, when they want to do a lockdown, know how to do it."
The games weren't without protests, most notably by punk rock protest band Pussy Riot.
A video released last week showed members of the band being beaten by security officials in Sochi as they tried to record a music video.