As reported back in May of this year, 3 Australian Olympians were named as having missed 3 drug tests over a 12-month…
The re-analysis of samples from the Olympic Games Vancouver 2010 followed an intelligence-gathering and risk-assessment process that started in January 2017 in consultation with WADA and the International Federations.
Elite Italian swimmers Filippo Magnini and Michele Santucci are reportedly under investigation by the Italian National Doping Organization (NADO).
The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has released the 2018 List of Banned Substances and Methods.
The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) has reduced William Brothers’ suspension from four years to two for a refusing to take a doping control test on medical grounds in 2015.
The Japanese Anti-Doping Agency has recently published a caution regarding a brand of nutritional supplements called ‘Anavite’.
The Laboratory of the Agence Française de lutte contre le Dopage (the National Anti-Doping Organization of France) in Châtenay-Malabry, France (Paris Laboratory) has been handed a provision suspension from the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) this week.
95 of 96 individual athletes named in the McLaren Report will not be sanctioned with anti-doping rule violations after their nations’ anti-doping organizations could not find enough evidence to prove a violation.
“Now, facing one year ineligibility for this, from the sport and a way of life I’ve dedicated so much to over the past years, it has been a very tough pill to swallow, however I’ve chose to accept and respect the situation,” says now-suspended Australian open water athlete Jarrod Poort.
Three Russian cyclists are suing the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) and investigator Richard McLaren for damages after McLaren’s report to WADA kept them out of the Rio Olympics last summer.
The World Swimming Association, an alternate governing entity to FINA, held a constitutional convention at the 2017 ASCA World Clinic.
A group of researchers have released a new study in the Sports Medicine journal earlier this week, and the results indicate…
David Sharpe has been appointed as Australia’s new anti-doping Chief.
For the first time at a Commonwealth Games, samples taken from in-competition tests in 2018 will remain in storage for future use.
Thailand’s Nuttapong Ketin has had his doping suspension reduced from 4 years to 2, allowing him to swim in this week’s Southeast Asian Games in Kuala Lumpur.