‘Distorted and taken out of context’ is how a Kremlin spokesperson describing the comments by RUSADA leader yesterday.
Russian officials have admitted to widespread doping operations across multiple Olympic Gaemes.
The Russian State Duma (Russia‘s elected parliament) unanimously passed a bill this week that includes prison terms for coaches and officials…
‘It was only due to the enormous resourcefulness and goodwill of some key doping control personnel working at the Games that the process did not break down entirely,’ reads the WADA Independent Observers’ Report.
The WADA convened today in an Olympic Anti-Doping summit, concluding with a recommendation to establish a testing agency fully independent from the individual sports federations or national anti-doping organizations.
The international Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) in Lausanne, Switzerland has dismissed the appeal by the Russian Paralympic Committee…
Yulia Efimova has lost her appeal in front of the CAS, finalizing her 2016 Olympic fate.
It’s officially official: Vlad Morozov (above) and Nikita Lobintsev have been confirmed to compete at the 2016 Summer Olympic Games.
Yulia Efimova’s arbitration with the IOC, ROC, and FINA has begun in Rio and been adjourned until Thursday.
Nikita Lobintsev (above) and Vlad Morozov, with three Olympic medals between them, will have their Rio 2016 fates pushed off to the IOC.
Will they or won’t they? FINA’s latest statement adds to the confusion over who is swimming in Rio and who isn’t.
Vlad Morozov and Nikita Lobintsev are cleared to compete in Rio, according to Russian state-run media outlet TASS.
The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has cancelled its press conference at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, which had been set…
Russian swimmer Nikita Lobintsev has been cleared on Meldonium charges, but is still ineligible for the Olympics pending any appeals.
The Russian Ministry of Sport and the Russian Olympic Committee plan to announce the final composition of their Olympic roster…