Anti-Doping

WADA Revokes Russian Lab; Suspends N. Korea, Thailand, Indonesian Doping Orgs

In what was a busy week for the global anti-doping authority, WADA has suspended and sanctioned three Asian nations’ status, including 2036 Olympic bidder Indonesia (above).

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CAS Rules Aussie Shayna Jack’s Ban Ended In July 2021

Although Aussie swimmer Shayna Jack’s 2-year ban was lifted as of July 12 of this year, she has been training under a black cloud due to a pending case.

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WADA Advisory Group To Review Cannabis’ Status As A Banned Substance

The question of whether or not cannabis belongs on the banned substance list will be reviewed next year by an advisory group to the World Anti-Doping Agency.

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WADA Declares Eight Anti-Doping Organizations Non-Compliant

The national agencies from Montenegro, Romania, Thailand, Korea, Indonesia and the German Community of Belgium were among those declared non-compliant.

FINA Reveals Anti-Doping Test Numbers for Tokyo Olympics

Russia was the No. 1 most-tested country for out-of-competition drug tests leading up to the Tokyo Olympic Games, FINA said.

IOC Drops Doping Case Against Australian Brenton Rickard

The International Olympic Committee announced that it has withdrawn doping charges against retired Australian breaststroke specialist Brenton Rickard.

Tokyo 2020: I Test Antidoping Hanno Rilevato 4 Violazioni Nell’Atletica

I primi positivi al doping dalle Olimpiadi di Tokyo hanno identificato 4 atleti, tutti uomini che  hanno gareggiato nell’ atletica leggera.

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Russian Olympic Committee Responds To Murphy’s Anti-Doping Thoughts

The ROC offered a statement on Twitter after Ryan Murphy made comments regarding the state of doping in the sport of swimming.

US Pays Off Over Half of Nearly $3 Million Debt to the WADA

The United States still owes $1.3 million to the World Anti-Doping Agency with no indication of when they will pay it off.

CAS Clears Kudashev & Andrusenko To Compete In Tokyo

Two Russian Olympic Committee (ROC) swimmers provisionally suspended will now be able to compete at the soon-to-start 2020 Olympic Games.

CAS Opens Legal and Anti-Doping Field Offices in Tokyo For 2020 Olympic Games 

The Court of Arbitration for Sports (CAS) anti-doping office played a huge role at the 2016 Olympics where multiple swimmers had recent positive test results.

Due Olimpici Russi Sospesi Provvisoriamente Per Violazione Anti-Doping

Due atleti olimici russi sono stati provvisoriamente sospesi da FINA per violazione delle regole antidoping. L’indagine è ancora in corso

Two Russian Olympic Swimmers Provisionally Suspended for Doping Violations

Aleksandr Kudashev was scheduled to swim the 200 fly and Veronika Andrusenko (above) was set to swim the 200 free at the Tokyo Olympics in less than two weeks

La Casa Bianca Vuole Meno Restrizioni Su Uso Della Cannabis Nello Sport

La Casa Bianca ha chiesto un confronto con WADA per ammorbidire le restrizioni sull’uso della cannabis nello sport oggi vietato

White House Pushing For Rule Review On Cannabis Use In Sport

After track star Sha’Carri Richardson failed to qualify for the U.S. Olympic team due to a positive marijuana test, the White House is in pursuit of change.