The World Anti-Doping Association (WADA) has published its 5-year strategic plan to combat doping amid recent criticism from the White House.
The IOC, UNODC, and INTERPOL have published a paper on tackling corruption in the return to sports amid the coronavirus.
Il vice campione del mondo dei 50 dorso a Budapest 2017, Junya Koga parla dopo la fine della sanzione a 2 anni per doping: ho pensato al suicidio.
L’ufficio della politica per il controllo delle droghe della Casa Bianca ha minacciato di ritirare i fondi alla WADA se non attua delle riforme
A day after the American ONDCP threatened to pull funding from WADA, demanding governance reforms and more American representation, WADA sent a lengthy reply.
The White House Office of National Drug Control Policy has threatened to withdraw funding from the World Anti-Doping Association if governance changes are not made.
“I don’t care what my competitors have in their system, I still want to be better than them,” says 2016 Olympic gold medalist Kyle Chalmers of Australia.
20-year-old Robbie Powell’s name was absent from the entry lists for this year’s Irish Open Championships. Now, two months later we know why.
As we await the outcome of the Court of Arbitration for Sport hearing date for Aussie sprinter Shayna Jack, she notified police of alleged extortion threats.
WADA Pubblica I 14 Diritti Degli Atleti: Introdotto Il Risarcimento Dei Premi e il diritto a certificare l’identità dei degli ufficiali durante il prelievo
WADA affirmed that athletes can request ID from doping control agents, and also required that prize money be redistributed after a failed doping test.
Although not specific to swimming, USADA released a doping decision related to a boxer that could have ripple effects in other sports moving forward.
Copy and paste the code below into your web editor to embed this category's top swimming stories into your website.
Here's how the widget will display on your site:Anti-Doping Swimming News by SwimSwam