Russian figure skating star Kamila Valieva tested positive for trimetazidine. This is same drug that Chinese swimmer Sun Yang tested positive for in 2014.
The WADA report from after the Tokyo Olympics criticized “the lack of anti-doping knowledge” of some CAS Anti-Doping Division members.
Even though less samples were taken in 2021 than pre-pandemic, more out-of-competition samples were taken this year than in 2019.
WADA published its independent observer reports on the Olympics and Paralympics, which helped increase the efficacy of the programs’ own anti-doping programs.
11 countries, including swimming powers like Spain and the Netherlands, have updated national laws and policies to come in to compliance with the 2021 World Anti-Doping Code.
The man was charged for providing performance-enhancing drugs to athletes competing in the Tokyo Olympics, including Nigerian sprinter Blessing Okagbare.
The United States Government paid the final $1.3 million owed to WADA after a back-and-forth conflict dating back to June of 2020.
Il 26enne russo Alexander Palatov è stato sospeso dall’agenzia antidoping RUSADA per violazione delle regole antidoping per due anni
WADA published its 2019 Anti-Doping Rule Violations Report which provides details on 1,912 violations, 50 of which came from aquatics.
Alexander Palatov, who in April finished 3rd at the Russian Olympic Trials, was given a 2 year suspension for an anti-doping rules violation.
WADA ha pubblicato l’elenco aggiornato delle sostanze proibite per il 2022 che entrerà in vigore a partire dal 1° gennaio 2022
WADA’s updated prohibited list for 2022 takes effect starting January 1st. Updates include glucocorticoids (cortisone), salbutamol, and BPC-157.
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