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Athletes Less Likely to Dope if They are Part of a Team, Study Claims

Athletes are less likely to take drugs if they are part of a team than if they are competing as individuals, research undertaken by...

Record drugs bans will “boost” baseball-softball Olympic bid, claim WBSC officials

A record drugs ban imposed on Alex Rodriguez, baseball's highest paid star, has improved the sport's chance of winning back its place on the Olympic...

McQuaid Undermined over Doping by Head of USADA

Pat McQuaid's claim that the International Cycling Union (UCI) is taking the battle against drugs seriously faces being badly undermined after United States Anti-Doping...

Braun, A-Rod are not all that ails Major League Baseball

While Major League Baseball (MLB) fans and allies—the Baseball Writers Association of America–parade Ryan Braun as a modern day example of Nathaniel Hawthorne’s Hester...

Sebastian Coe Says Olympics is for Clean Athletes

Bans for failing a drug test should be increased from two to four years, says Sebastian Coe, London 2012 chairman and a vice-president of the...

Cookson Promises Inquiry into Whether UCI Colluded in Drugs Scandal if Elected President

British Cycling President Brian Cookson today demanded to know whether the International Cycling Union (UCI) was involved in the widespread doping uncovered by a...

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...

Australian Anti-Doping Authority Given Police-Like Powers as Senate Passes Bill

Australia's Senate has passed a bill giving the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority (ASADA) greater powers to help it speed up doping investigations. The new...

IOC President Calls for More Targeted Drug Testing Following Key Meeting in Lausanne

International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Jacques Rogge says more targeted, out-of-competition testing in high-profile sports is needed to catch the drug cheats following a...

Justice Department Joins Suit Against Armstrong

 The U.S. Justice Department has joined a federal whistle-blower lawsuit claiming that Lance Armstrong, his former team manager and the company that owned his...

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