In a influx of responses to the publication of the McLaren report which confirms the use of state-sponsored doping in Russia between 2010 and 2014, the United States Anti-Doping Agency has also responded.
Following the publication of the McLaren report and a conference held by Richard McLaren that proves the use of state-sponsored doping in Russia, the United States Olympic Committee released a statement.
Following the publication of WADA’s report by Richard McLaren on systematic state-sponsored doping in Russia and McLaren’s conference, the International Olympic Committee has released a statement on the findings.
After the IOC Coordination Commission Chair Nawal El Moutawakel finished her final pre-Games visit to Rio the IOC has stated that “Rio 2016 is ready to welcome the world”…
The U.S. Olympic Committee (USOC) sent out a reminder about appropriate apparel and equipment for the upcoming Olympic Trials in Omaha….
The IOC Executive Board has supported a proposal of five new sports to be added to the Olympic programme at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
The IOC issued a statement today regarding doping actions heading into the Olympic Games this summer.
The Russian Olympic Committee (ROC) said today that 8 of its athletes are among the 23 positive tests from London’s reanalysis.
The retesting of London samples renders unfavorable results for 23 athletes.
Names, sports, and nationalities of the 31 athletes who tested positive have not yet been released.
In an blog entry recently published on the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) website, the organization’s president reveals his thoughts on potential ways global sports’ stakeholders can more robustly contribute to the clean sport cause.
Says the IOC, “Standing alone, the Olympic Rings are a great expression of appreciation of the Olympic Games and of the Olympic values.”
After the conclusion of the final IOC Coordination Commission visit to Rio, the committee is confident in the success of the upcoming Olympic Games.
In the ever-evolving global anti-doping environment, this week the International Olympic Committee (IOC) announced a significant change in the handling of positive drug tests rendered during the Rio Olympic Games.
The extension of a subway line to Rio’s Olympic Park may not be up and operational come August’s Opening Ceremonies.