International Doping News Roundup

While the American media remains on its 24/7 fixation with the standoff between New York Yankees superstar Alex Rodriguez and Major League Baseball Commissioner...

“Quiet diplomacy” Will Ensure Solution to Russian Anti-gay Law Promises IOC Presidential Candidate

A resolution will be found to the current row over Russia's new controversial anti-gay law that is overshadowing the build-up to Sochi 2014, International...

Why Softball is Far More than Just Baseball’s Little Sister

I recently visited Oklahoma City for the World Cup of Softball, hosted by the Amateur Softball Association (ASA) with USA Softball and sanctioned by...

Why London 2012 Worked – the Critical Success Factors

The scale of success achieved at the London 2012 Games has become clearer and more vivid over the past year, providing a new blueprint...

Bubka to Present New Proposals to Deal with Athletes Attendants Involved in Doping Cases

Sergey Bubka revealed yesteday that he expects the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to approve new tough sanctions for coaches and officials involved in helping...

Turkey Needs to “Clean Their House” if Istanbul 2020 is to Win Bid, IAAF...

Turkey's government needs to do more to demonstrate that it is dealing with its country's doping problem if Istanbul's bid to host the 2020...

U.S. Athletes Create History on Penultimate Day of IPC World Athletics Championships

America's Tatyana McFadden wheeled her way into the record books on the penultimate day of the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Athletics World Championships in...

Diack Confirms He Will Step Down as IAAF President, Leaves Coe in Pole Position

Lamine Diack today confirmed that he will step down as President of the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) in 2015 and that he...

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...

Australian Olympic Committee President Condemns O’Grady after EPO Admission

Cyclist Stuart O'Grady has been effectively sacked from the Australian Olympic Committee's (AOC) Athletes' Commission after he admitted doping during the Tour de France...

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