The Helsinki, Finland Doping Control Laboratory has advised the World Anti-Doping Association that it will be self-suspending its anti-doping activities…
The International Paralympic Committee will reinstate the Russian Paralympic Committee in March despite its refusal to accept the findings of the McLaren Report.
FINA issued a statement regarding the reaction to The Sunday Times’ report that a vial of Sun Yang’s blood was smashed during an out-of-competition drug test last September.
The CSA has issued a statement of support backing star swimmer Sun Yang in claiming defamation and threatening a lawsuit aimed at UK-based paper The Sunday Times.
A finding against Sun could have resulted in a lifetime ban, but FINA ruled in his favor in a January 3rd panel hearing, saying they would “never know” what happened.
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.
The World Anti-Doping Association (WADA) has successfully retrieved the data from the former Moscow anti-doping laboratory in Russia. This pushes…
Carson Foster is one of the headliners of the 2018 USA Swimming National Junior Team.
Amidst a swirl of controversy, the World Anti-Doping Association (WADA) has announced changes to its management team effective in the…
27-year-old Thomas Fraser-Holmes of Australia has learned he will be excluded from the new International Swim League (ISL) due to its zero tolerance on doping.
WADA says that the issues with accessing the data from the former Moscow Laboratory has been resolved.
The World Anti-Doping Association (WADA) has hired the law firm Covington & Burling to investigate accusations of bullying by athlete…
“As members of the IOC Athletes’ Commission, we are extremely disappointed and concerned by the fact that RUSADA has missed the deadline of 31 December 2018 to hand over the LIMS data from the Moscow laboratory to WADA,” reads a portion of the group’s statement.
The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) will hold a committee meeting on January 14 to weigh a potential re-suspension and other sanctions after Russia failed to meet a December 31 deadline for turning over anti-doping information.
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