Bulgarian Dobromira Ivanova has been handed a four-year suspension for doping.
Former world champion swimmer Filippo Magnini may have retired last year from the sport of swimming, but the 36-year-old is still under investigation by Italy’s National Anti-Doping Organization (NADO) for his connection to a nutritionist involved in a Pesaro criminal probe.
Russian Olympic Committee President Stanislav Pozdnyakov announced that the nation will be signing a 4-year deal intended to further anti-doping measures.
In the early days of the ban of meldonium, a supplement/heart medication popular among Russian athletes that led to the…
Legendary Russian sprinter and 9-time Olympic medalist Alexander Popov came up short when the Russian Olympic Committee (ROC) voted to elect a new president Tuesday.
Team USA’s Logan Storie is eligible to return to competition after serving a 15-month ban from competition.
WADA has maintained the suspension of the Russian Anti-Doping Agency for its refusal to comply with two final outstanding measures which would lead to its reinstatement.
Brazilian Olympian Henrique Martins has tested positive for a banned substance, and will present his case at a doping panel hearing in Switzerland, according to Brazilian media.
In its 4th annual Anti-Doping Rule Violations Report, WADA announced that in 2016, athletes produced 1,596 ADRVs.
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Amanda Kendall was sanctioned for an anti-doping rules violation without failing a test.
The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) has upheld appeals by 27 Russian athletes accused of doping violations and partially upheld appeals by a dozen more.
After news broke on Monday morning that American swimmer Matthew Willenbring had tested positive for a banned substance after the U.S….
Radojevic is currently serving a two year suspension from the sport after he tested positive for the substance Pseudoephedrine, which FINA lists under category S6 (stimulants).
American swimmer Matthew Willenbring tested positive for a banned substance at the 2017 FINA World Junior Championships.