Chinese swimmer Sun Yang’s public CAS hearing has been rescheduled after its original September date was postponed due to unexpected circumstances.
Conor Dwyer, due volte campione olimpico, è stato sospeso per 20 mesi. Ieri sera l’annuncio del ritiro dal nuoto. Tutti i dettagli della vicenda.
Two-time Olympic champ Conor Dwyer has been suspended for 20 months after a panel found he “had testosterone pellets inserted in his body” according to USADA.
World Anti-Doping federation releases its 2020 update of prohibited substances. The list is 1 of 6 docs the agency uses to communicate regulations.
Filippo Magnini ha presentato ricorso al CAS avverso la sentenza di appello del 14 Maggio 2019. L’udienza, contro NADO Italia, sarà il 4 novembre.
Two-time world champ Filippo Magnini is appealing a four-year doping ban to the Court of Arbitration for Sport, where he’ll face a hearing on November 4.
It’s been almost two months since Aussie sprint star Shayna Jack revealed her positive test for banned substance Ligandrol.
The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has given Russia three weeks to investigate and explain inconsistencies in data from the Moscow anti-doping lab.
German journalists with news outlet ARD are reporting that Russia is suspected of manipulating data from the Moscow Anti-Doping lab.
Is this a case about an athlete attempting to cover up his own doping by smashing his own sample as so many instantly believed?
Chinese media report that the disputed Sun Yang test last fall involved an untrained, unauthorized high school classmate of the main doping control officer.
The World Anti-Doping Agency, WADA, has suspended the National Dope Testing Laboratory (NDTL) in New Delhi, India, for a period of up to six months.
The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) hearing in Sun Yang’s ongoing anti-doping case has been postponed at least another month, per a CAS release today.
USADA CEO Travis Tygart blames the system for putting athletes like Mack Horton and Duncan Scott in a position where they felt the need to protest.
The facts in the cases of Will Licon and Amanda Kendall appear to be the same, but USADA gave the two athletes very different punishments.