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Revelations Show How Systematic Doping Led to Beijing, London Weightlifting Positives

By Brian Oliver | Weightlifters who wanted to compete internationally had no option but to go along with systematic cheating by doping, an investigation by...

Cheating Happens in Sport Because Rewards Often Outweigh the Risks

By Nick Butler | "Can't we just stop cheating at sport," wrote International Olympic Committee (IOC) member James Tomkins in a despairing Twitter post yesterday. Quite. It...

Giles: From Sandpaper to Hitching Rides – Sport’s Most Inventive Cheats

By Thomas Giles | The sporting world has long been overshadowed by cheating as players try their hardest to gain an unfair advantage over their...

Oscar Winners and ‘Contaminated’ North Koreans as Fight Against Doping Continues

It was back to business as usual in Olympic towers for all matters anti-doping last week. Russia's suspension has been lifted, a line was...

What is the NCAA’s Legacy?

The National Collegiate Athletic Association’s three-week long event, one of its crown jewels, the Men’s Basketball Tournament is fast approaching on the calendar. But...

IOC Decision to Lift Russian Ban after Olympics Provokes Widespread Anger

A group of National Anti-Doping Organizations (NADOs) have stepped up criticism of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) following the decision to lift Russia's suspension...

Corruption in Sport

Over the last years a number of events have reminded us of the phenomenon of corruption in sports. This list is extensive: Performance enhancing...

Fuller: What is There to Consider, Mr. Bach?

I have to admit I am really into the Winter Olympics. It is a bit strange that in light of growing up in Australia, the...

USOC Demands Resignation of Full USA Gymnastics Board

USA Gymnastics' entire board must resign before next Wednesday (January 31) or it will be decertified as the National Governing Body for the sport, the...

No Ban on Russian Flag at Winter Olympics, IOC Confirms

Fans attending next month's Winter Olympic Games in Pyeongchang will be free to wave Russian flags, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) confirmed today as the...

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