Former Canadian Senior National Team member William Brothers has been suspended for refusing to submit to a FINA doping control test.
The World Anti-Doping Agency today released its outlines for its approach to the investigation of whether urine samples of Russian athletes at the 2014 Sochi games were manipulated.
IOC President Thomas Bach said in a conference call on Wednesday that more Russian Federations could be banned from the Olympics…
In a mid-day conference call on Wednesday from Switzerland, IOC president Thomas Bach gave a timetable for the release of more…
Today the IOC admitted that the payments Japan made to voting member of IOC Lamine Diack are legitimate and a contract was erected when exchanging monies.
Names, sports, and nationalities of the 31 athletes who tested positive have not yet been released.
Olympic gold medalist Park Tae-hwan has filed an appeal with the international Court for Arbitration of Sport (CAS) over his Olympic…
WADA declared Kenya’s Anti-Doping Agency (ADAK) non-compliant on May 12th.
In an blog entry recently published on the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) website, the organization’s president reveals his thoughts on potential ways global sports’ stakeholders can more robustly contribute to the clean sport cause.
Polish swimmer Michal Zawadka has been handed a four-year doping suspension. The suspension, however, was not handed out by FINA, or…
Craig Reedie, the president of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) released a statement last week in response to a run of suspensions and sanctions on anti-doping labs in the past month.
While provisionally banned Russian swimmer Yulia Efimova awaits her fate for having tested positively for the prohibited drug meldonium, the reigning 100m breaststroke World Champion’s former coach is continuing speaking out on her behalf.
The only accredited doping control laboratory on the African continent, located in Bloemfontein, South Africa, has had its accreditation suspended by WADA, the World Anti-Doping Agency, for failure to meet WADA standards.
The International Olympic Committee has released its official manual of anti-doping rules for the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games.
Regarding the subject of doping within the sport of swimming, FINA’s Cornel Marculescu stated this week, “I think it’s a war we will never win but it’s a battle we will win here and there for sure.”