Articles by John Durham

After Turning Over Data To WADA, RUSADA Avoids Reinstated Suspension

WADA will not reinstate a suspension on RUSADA and will allow the association to continue operating after receiving lab data. But Russia could face suspension from 2020 Olympics if data is found to be tampered with.


Psych Sheets for 2019 Euro Meet Posted

Hungary’s Katinka Hosszu (above), Sarah Sjostrom, and other stars from across Europe will race at this weekend’s Euro Meet.


USA Water Polo To Petition For Rehearing In Concussion Lawsuit

The case involves a youth player in California whose parents say that she has suffered ‘severe, debilitating post-concussion symptoms.”


Olivia Smoliga Thinks Mixed Medleys are “Fun for the Sport”

Olivia Smoliga reflects on performance at FINA Short Course World Championships and got off to a good start at Pro Swim Series in Knoxville.


Tickets for National Invitational Championship On Sale Now

Tickets are now available for the CSCAA National Invitational Championships at Cleveland State


Erica Sullivan Shines Again With Another Personal Best At KMSC Pro-Am

Erica Sullivan sets another lifetime best, this time in the 500 freestyle. Texas post-grads Madisyn Cox, Will Licon, and Clark Smith also win events at day 3 of the KMSC Pro-Am in Texas.


WADA Completes Audit of Russian Anti-Doping Agency

WADA completed a full audit of the Russian Anti-Doping Agency (RUSADA) earlier this week with recommendations for future actions to come.

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