Russia confirms it will appeal 4-year Olympic ban
Russia has confirmed that it will appeal its four-year Olympic ban for manipulating doping data. The case will now go before the Court of Arbitration for Sport.
WADA lacks resources to investigate doping
The World Anti-Doping Agency said Thursday more athletes are being caught cheating, but WADA often lacks the resources to investigate.
German doc charged with bodily harm via doping
A German doctor and four "helpers" have been charged with causing serious bodily harm by administering blood transfusions and growth hormone to elite athletes in sports including cycling and various winter events.
WADA chairman defends partial ban on Russians
Expelling all Russians from the Olympics would have been disproportionate and risked being overturned in court, according to the lawyer facing criticism for overseeing a World Anti-Doping Agency decision not to impose a total ban on Russia for a cover-up.
WADA imposes four-year ban on Russia
The World Anti-Doping Agency has imposed a four-year ban on Russia using its flag, anthem and team names at Olympic and sports events.
UKAD call for 'strongest possible sanctions' from WADA on Russia
The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) must impose the "strongest possible sanctions" on Russia for its state-sponsored doping, the UK Anti-Doping (UKAD) agency said on Friday.
Radiation hot spots found at Tokyo 2020 facility
Greenpeace Japan has confirmed radiation hot spots have been found where the Tokyo 2020 Olympic torch relay will begin.
Pressure builds to move Tokyo open-water venue
Some swimmers and an 11,000-member coaching body are asking that the IOC move next year's Tokyo Olympic distance-swimming events to another venue due to the very warm water temperatures at the Odaiba Marine Park.
Kenya eyes jail for athletes caught doping
Kenyan athletes are known especially for their long- and middle-distance running prowess, but the East African nation has been caught up in a string of doping scandals over the past five years.
Farah back on track in 10,000m at Tokyo Olympics
Olympic champion Mo Farah is getting back on track to chase more gold in the 10,000m at next year's Tokyo Games, the Briton announced on his YouTube channel on Friday.
UK Athletics to review probe into Oregon Project
UK Athletics (UKA) has commissioned an independent review into the way an investigation looking at body's relationship with the Nike Oregon Project (NOP) was handled
WADA panel suggests neutral status for Russia
Russian athletes should be forced to compete as neutral participants at next year's Olympics in Tokyo and other major events, a key World Anti-Doping Agency panel recommended on Monday.
UK Athletics chief dismissed before starting role
The new chief executive of UK Athletics, Zara Hyde Peters, has been dismissed before beginning her role after reports she allowed her husband to continue coaching athletes despite his ban from teaching.
Domingo won't perform at Tokyo cultural events
The Tokyo Olympics organizing committee says opera legend Placido Domingo has said he won't perform at pre-Olympics cultural events in Japan. U.S. opera houses have canceled Domingo's appearances following sexual harassment allegations against him.
Russia denies manipulation of key doping data
Russia hardened its line Thursday on a doping issue which could threaten the country's participation at next year's Tokyo Olympics.
Salazar athletes could be retested - WADA
World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) president Craig Reedie has said the organization will look into athletes who trained under banned coach Alberto Salazar.
Sprinter Ghafoor jailed in drug smuggling case
The Dutch Olympic sprinter Madiea Ghafoor was sentenced to 8 1/2 years in prison on drug charges in Germany on Monday.
USA's Harper Nelson unretires, eyes Tokyo gold
U.S. hurdler Dawn Harper Nelson has announced that she is coming out of retirement to chase more Olympic gold.
Ex-Team Sky doctor admits to telling lies
A former Team Sky and British Cycling doctor has admitted to telling "a lot of lies"and ordering a banned testosterone substance.
Paralympian Vervoort dies at 40 by euthanasia
Paralympian Marieke Vervoort has died at 40 through euthanasia in her native Belgium.
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