The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) voted Thursday to officially reinstate the Russian Anti-Doping Agency (RUSADA), officially ending the nearly three-year…
On Wednesday, the USA Swimming Athletes’ Committee released a statement in response to the World Anti-Doping Agency’s (WADA) plan to…
Today the USOC released a statement expressing its hopes that WADA will make a decision that restores athletes’ confidence in the international anti-doping system, as well as the Olympic and Paralympic movements.
2017 World Championships silver medalist Junya Koga of Japan is facing a possible 4-year ban for having tested positively for a prohibited substance earlier this year.
On Thursday, September 20th, the World Anti-Doping Agency will hold a meeting of its Executive Committee to determine whether or not to reinstate the Russian Anti-Doping Agency.
Italian nutritionist Guido Porcellini has been banned for 30 years by Italy’s national anti-doping organization. Swimmers Filippo Magnini and Michele Santucci remain under investigation based on their association with Porcellini.
Italian Masters swimmer Marco Bolzan has been sanctioned after testing positive for the banned substance tuaminoheptane. According to ChemEurope, tuaminoheptane is also known…
According to Yuri Ganus, the general director of the Russian Anti-Doping Agency (RUSADA), the agency has detected over 113 positive…
2017 World Champion Madisyn Cox was able to trace the origin of her positive doping test to a supplement produced by Cooper Complete Nutrition.
The Cooper Complete Elite Athlete Multivitamin is no longer available for sale on its website after it was blamed for a failed doping test.
The Court of Arbitration for Sport approved a reduction of Madisyn Cox’s suspension from two years to six months after her multivitamin tested positive for Trimetazidine.
Russian star backstroker Kliment Kolesnikov speaks on a wide variety of topics following a World Record in the 50 back at the 2018 European Championships.
The office, set up in Jakarta, aims to adjudicate disputes in less than 24 hours.
In a bid to gather more athlete samples while also greatly reducing human and financial testing resources, the United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) is implementing a pilot Dried Blood Spot (DBS) testing program at an upcoming competition.
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