RUSADA hosts educational doping control seminars in preparation for World Championships

RUSADA, Russia’s anti-doping agency, hosted a series of educational seminars for national teams in various aquatic sports in preparation for this summer’s FINA World Aquatics Championships.

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New German Law May Imprison Athletes Guilty of Doping for Up to Three Years

A draft of a more restrictive anti-doping law was approved by German Federal Cabinet today…


Phelps Tested 8 Times by USADA in Q2, 2014: As Many as Any Other American Athlete

Michael Phelps was back in the racing pool with strength in the 2nd quarter of 2014, but also made a strong appearance back in USADA’s testing pool.


Rio without an anti-doping lab, working to open new lab before 2016 Olympic Games

After Rio de Janeiro’s anti-doping lab was stripped of its accreditation by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) last year, Brazil is still without a certified drug testing laboratory two years out from the next Olympics, which it will host.

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WADA Data: Blood testing on the rise, Aquatics among most-tested Olympic sports

This month, the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) released its 2013 Anti-Doping Testing Figures Report – in short, an aggregation of all of the drug testing data it acquired over the past year.

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WADA launches online informational anti-doping course for athletes called ALPHA

Hoping to provide a fresh new method of anti-doping education, the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has produced an online educational course for athletes, called ALPHA.


Two Swimmers From Poland and Kyrgyzstan Receive Doping Sanctions

13 year-old swimmer from Kyrgyzstan, Vladislav Shuliko, has been handed a 1 year sanction by the The Kyrgyz Republic Swimming Federation, effective…

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