The World Anti-Doping Agency has updated its athlete Q&A section to address issues regarding testing during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Salt Lake City anti-doping laboratory, one of two in the United States, was quietly given a partial suspension in 2019
Brazil’s sprinting ace Etiene Medeiros is one of several elite swimmers who trains and competes while suffering from asthma.
“Today I received further notice in relation to my hearing at CAS,” says 21-year-old Aussie sprinter Shayna Jack, who is serving a 4-year suspension.
This brings the total adverse analytical findings in the Moscow laboratory data to 61 since WADA began reviewing the retrieved information.
Junya Koga has said he is facing the challenge head-on, capitalizing on the extra time he, and other athletes in his scenario, have been gifted.
Columnist and FINA legal committee chair Darren Kane lays out the statistical history and framework for appeals like that of Chinese swimmer Sun Yang.
“This whole journey is coming to an end,” is how coach Dean Boxall views the positive doping test journey of his protege, Shayna Jack.