Delayed CAS decisions could affect swimming in multiple ways, including a decision on Australian Shayna Jack’s fate and that of RUSADA.
It’s been almost two months since Aussie sprint star Shayna Jack revealed her positive test for banned substance Ligandrol.
20-year-old Australian swimmer Shayna Jack spoke directly to the media for the first time since having tested positive for banned substance Ligandrol.
Aussie Shayna Jack will be meeting with the ASADA before addressing the public on Saturday regarding her positive test and suspension.
As the ongoing case regarding Aussie Shayna Jack’s positive doping test unfolds, additional details concerning other cases may soon be coming to light.
Read what Shayna Jack’s coach Dean Boxall and her Aussie teammate Mack Horton have to say about her positive doping test.
Shayna Jack has seen both her A and B samples test positive for a banned substance. Read more about her situation and the timing involved.
“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.
David Sharpe has been appointed as Australia’s new anti-doping Chief.
In the midst of worldwide doping scandals within the realm of sports, the Australian Anti-Doping Authority (ASADA) is seeing its budget and operating staff numbers slashed.
The Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority (ASADA) has announced that it will start using a recently launched online tool to help its…
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In light of several recent cases in Australian sport regarding doping allegations, specifically in football and rugby, Australian Olympic Committee…