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New WADA Report Exposes Tiny Number of Anti-doping Rule Violations Triggered by Blood Samples

New analysis by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), has revealed that only three of nearly 2,000 anti-doping rule violations in 2013 were uncovered as...

Armstrong’s Image, Bank Account Take Another Deserved Hit

I never bought it. Perhaps his tale of triumph was too good to be true, or maybe there was just too much of an...

New Russian Government post to be introduced to tackle doping crisis

A new Government ministerial position is to be introduced specifically to combat doping in Russia, as crisis levels deepened even further today following accusations...

IAAF opens investigation after Russia’s Olympic champion racewalker reportedly competes during doping ban

Investigations are being carried out by the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) following claims disgraced Olympic race walking champion Elena Lashmanova competed in...

Russian biathletes facing extended bans after samples re-analyzed

Russian biathletes Ekaterina Iourieva and Irina Starykh could face extended suspensions after the International Biathlon Union (IBU) re-analysed samples that showed atypical results in...

Kip Keino wants doping in sport criminalized to try to stop Kenyan epidemic

Kipchoge Keino has called on the Kenyan Government to make doping a criminal offence in an effort to combat the growing problem of performance-enhancing...

Olympic gold medallist given eight-year ban by USADA for his part in Tyson Gay’s...

Tyson Gay's coach, Jon Drummond, has been given an eight-year ban by the United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) after arbitrators concluded he had convinced...

Doping samples to be sent to World Cup will cost $250,000

FIFA will run up $250,000 (£148,000/€181,000) in extra costs as a result of having to send samples from this summer's World Cup across the...

WADA set to investigate claims Russians used performance enhancing gas at Sochi 2014

Claims Russian athletes used xenon gas during the Sochi 2014 Olympics, which is said to increase the levels of erythropoietin (EPO) in the body,...

Performance-Enhancing Drug Use More Prevalent than Type 1 Diabetes or HIV Infection

A new Scientific Statement issued recently by The Endocrine Society represents a comprehensive evaluation of available information on the prevalence and medical consequences of...

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