Anti-Doping

Swimming Australia’s Statement On Athlete Whereabouts Violations

Swimming Australia has released an official statement following the report that 3 of its high-profile athletes face possible competition bans due to a series of absences for routine, out-of-competition drug testing.

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3 Aussie Swim Stars Face Possible 2-Year Ban For Missed Drug Tests

Australian media is reporting that 3 notable Australian swimmers are facing possible competition bans due to a series of absences for routine, out-of-competition drug testing.

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Sun Yang Posts 3:46 At Chinese Student Games

Chinese Olympic gold medalist Sun Yang won the 400 meter freestyle on the first day of the 2017 Chinese Student…

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IOC DQ’s 2 More Track & Field Athletes From London, Beijing Olympics

To provide a level playing field for all clean athletes at the Olympic Games Rio 2016, the IOC put special…

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Russian Swim Federation To Stop Paying Anti-Doping Fines For Athletes

The Russian swimming federation says it will no longer be covering athletes’ fines relating to anti-doping responsibilities, instead passing those fines on to the athletes themselves.

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Latvia’s Oskars Udris Slapped With Two-Year Ban for Doping

Oskars Udris of Latvia has been given a two-year ban from eligibility for a doping offense. On November 25th of…

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Dutch Water Polo Player Suspended For 3 Years, 3 Months

Netherlands water polo player Olaf Bakker has been made ineligible for three years and three months by the Anti-Doping Authority…

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Slovenia’s Bohinc Ineligible For Four Years Following Evaded Drug Test

Slovenian National Team Member Spela Bohinc has been suspended by Slovenian Anti-Doping Organization (SLOADO) for four years. The sanctions began…

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IOC DQ’s 2 Wrestlers, 1 Weightlifter For Failing Anti-Doping Test

As part of this process, the IOC today announced that three athletes have been disqualified from the Olympic Games Beijing 2008 and London 2012.

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Korotyshkin Named Head of Russian Swimming’s Anti-Doping Committee

London 2012 Olympic silver medalist Evgeny Korotyshkin has been named Head of the Russian Swimming Federation’s (RSF) Anti-Doping Committee following the first meeting of the RSF’s Supreme Advisory Board last week.

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4 Russians DQ’d From 2012 Olympics – 1 Weightlifter, 3 Track & Field

In order to support the investigations of Prof. McLaren and his team, the IOC ordered a number of targeted re-analyses…

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IOC To Create Independent Anti-Doping Testing Authority

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) Executive Board released a 12-part statement aiming to strengthen anti-doping efforts, among them, creating an independent authority to oversee drug testing.

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WADA Reveals New ‘Speak Up!’ App For Anti-Doping Violation Reporting

The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) recently launched its new ‘Speak Up!’ doping violation reporting app.

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CAS Bans Russian Doctor Sergei Portugalov For Life for Doping Offenses

The international Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) has barred Russian doctor Sergei Portugalov for life, effective March 10th, 2017,…

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Updated: Michael Phelps Comments on Doping, Not Directed at Cavic

Michael Phelps responds to former rival Milorad Cavic’s vague remarks that Phelps might have taken performance-enhancing drugs via Facebook Live on Friday.

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