Vilanterol, the substance that resulted in doping proceedings for Will Licon (above) and Amanda Kendall, is now allowed at therapeutic doses.
The new law, passed on December 26, says that anyone who lures, instigates or cheats athletes into using PEDs faces up to three years’ imprisonment.
More information concerning the overturning of the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) ruling regarding Sun Yang’s doping case is being revealed.
More light is shining on the Swiss Tribunal’s overturning of Chinese Olympic gold medalist Sun Yang’s eight-year ban for doping.
China’s state-run news outlet Xinhua says Sun Yang’s 8-year ban has been overturned. WADA says the case will return to the Court of Arbitration for Sport.
The ITA announced a plan on Monday to store collected anti-doping samples for 10 years in a single facility to allow for re-analysis.
The World Anti-Doping Association reported a 5.5% increase in doping samples collected in 2019, including 79 Adverse Analytics Findings in Aquatics.
Following the Court of Arbitration for Sport’s decision, the 2021 European Short Course Swimming Championships will remain in Kazan, Russia.
Russian World Championships silver medalist Andrei Minakov says that, while he believes athletes shouldn’t be punished for what they didn’t do, it is a “chance to show our fortitude or character.”
Il CAS conferma la sanzione per la Russia a causa dello scandalo RUSADA ma riduce la sospensione a 2 anni e varrà fino al 2022.
The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) partially upheld a ban on Russia’s participation in international sport, reducing the ban from four years to two.
The Court of Arbitration for Sport will rule tomorrow on whether or not to overturn a four-year ban on Russia across international sport.
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