The 31-year-old has been banned for four years and all her results over a three-year period have been wiped out by the Court of Arbitration for Sport, which ruled there was "clear evidence" she had used performance-enhancing drugs.
Savinova's ban has been backdated until August 2015 and she will be unable to return to competition until August 2019 at the earliest. In addition, all of Savinova-Farnosova's results between July 26, 2010 and August 19, 2013, are disqualified, with any prizes, medals and prize and appearance money forfeited.
The World Anti-Doping Agency had recommended five athletes and five coaches be banned for life, including Savinova-Farnosova.
Russian doping whistleblower Yulia Stepanova secretly filmed Savinova appearing to admit taking the banned steroid oxandrolone. She will also claim the world title from the 2011 championships having finished behind Savinova-Farnosova in that race as well.
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Following further evidence of widespread drug use, the Russian track team was suspended from all worldwide competitions in November 2015 and missed last year's Olympics.
That will include the Olympic and world titles a silver medal from the Moscow world championships and a gold medal from the 2010 European championships.
The country's athletes missed last year's Rio Olympics and will be absent at August's World Championships in London after the IAAF voted to extend Russia's suspension.
The CAS acted as the main tribunal in the case as the Russian athletics federation is suspended by the world body because of the doping controversy.