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Mike Rowbottom: Whoohoo! Sharapova Moves Slightly Forward to Partial Victory!

Maria Sharapova is happy. Johan Eliasch, the chief executive of her racquet sponsors, Head, is super-happy. Whoohoo! But where is her great victory? Russia’s five-times...

Report Claims More Than 4,000 Athletes not Drug Tested Before Rio 2016

More than 4,000 athletes were not drugs tested in 2016 before competing at the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, the World Anti-Doping Agency...

Anti-Doping ‘Not a Priority’ for Sporting Integrity Global Alliance, Says ICSS Chief

International Centre for Sport Security (ICSS) chief executive Emanuel Macedo de Medeiros has said here today that anti-doping is not a priority for the...

Release Date of Second Part of McLaren Report Pushed Back Until Mid-December

The second part of Richard McLaren’s report investigating accusations of state-sponsored doping in Russia is now set to be released in mid-December. It had been...

Project to Tackle Trafficking of Performance Enhancing Drugs Launched by WADA and Interpol

An initiative entitled "Project Energia," aimed at combating the trafficking of performance-enhancing drugs, has been established by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) and Interpol. The...

Second Part of McLaren Report to be Unveiled in London on December 9

Richard McLaren's final report into doping in Russia, commissioned by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), will be released on December 9 at the St...

Court of Arbitration for Sport Cuts Sharapova Ban From Two Years to 15 Months

Maria Sharapova's two-year ban for failing a drugs test has been reduced to 15 months and she will be free to return to the...

IAAF claim Kenya not at risk of missing Rio 2016 athletics competition despite WADA...

Kenya is not at risk of being suspended from Rio 2016 despite having been declared non-compliant with the World Anti-Doping Code, the International Association...

Putin Claims Athletes With TUEs Should be Excluded From Events and Calls for Sport...

Athletes who have therapeutic use exemptions (TUEs) should be excluded from major events because it gives them an unfair advantage over the rest of...

Adidas Suspends Tyson Gay’s Contract as Administrators React to Latest Doping Incidents

Sportswear brand Adidas has moved to suspend its contract with Tyson Gay, the U.S. sprinter, as sports administrators began to react Monday to the...

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