Russian Anti-Doping Agency Set to be Reinstated at WADA Executive Committee Meeting

By Liam Morgan | The Russian Anti-Doping Agency (RUSADA) is set to be reinstated by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) Executive Committee at its meeting...

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...

Equestrian Federation Confirms All Rio 2016 Doping Samples Came Back Negative

The International Equestrian Federation (FEI) has announced that all doping samples taken from riders and horses at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games returned negative. Sixty...

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...

Russian President Vows to Curb Doping

Russia will tighten the responsibility for doping abuse by athletes, with law enforcers to be empowered to investigate such cases, according to President Vladimir Putin. "The...

WADA Athlete Committee Calls for ‘Stronger Leadership from Sport’

The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) Athlete Committee have called for "stronger leadership from sport" to protect clean athletes, as well as a review of...

World Anti-Doping Agency Encourages Whistleblowers with Digital Platform

To encourage informants and whistleblowers to speak up, the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has launched Speak Up!, a digital platform intended for athletes and...

Former WADA Chief Investigator Stands by Claim that Organization “Fatally Failed”

By James Diamond | The former chief investigator at the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) Jack Robertson has said he stands by comments he made which...

Beckie Scott: Essential We Support and Strengthen WADA

I was four years old when my Mom put me on cross-country skis for the first time in my life. As she tells it,...

Twenty-three Athletes Fail Drug Tests After London 2012 Reanalysis

Twenty-three athletes have tested positive for banned substances following reanalysis of samples from the London 2012 Olympics, it has been confirmed. The athletes come from...

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