News on doping in sport

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ITA to hold webinar on Whereabouts responsibilities

The International Testing Agency will hold a webinar on Whereabouts and it's responsibilities on August 30. 2023.

Doping at the Olympic Games

IOC ignored doping until 1988 when a Canadian sprinter tested positive. This article covers key doping events in the history of the Olympic Games.

Whereabouts' Role in Clean Sport - Elite Athletes Face Bans

Two renowned athletes, Tobi Amusan and Mikael Ymer, have been banned from their respective sports due to breaches in the whereabouts rule.

QA with Founding President of WADA: Richard Pound

Richard (Dick) Pound was one of many initiator of the World Anti-Doping Agency. We created a Q&A with the Founding President of WADA.

Q&A with Global Sports Advocates Paul J. Greene

A Question & Answer interview with Founding Partner, Global Sports Advocates Paul J. Greene a sport lawyer focusing on doping in sport since the early 2000.

Cameroon Goalkeeper Onana Receives 12-Month Suspension

Cameroon's Andre Onana, an international goalkeeper, faces a 12-month suspension for failing an out-of-competition test involving Furosemide.

CAS to decide on Mario Vuskovic vs NADA Germany

The Court of Arbitration for Sport, the Croatian football player Mario Vuskovic and NADA Germany has appealed the two year suspension for EPO.

44 Athletes Begin Doping Suspensions on November 5th

A total of 44 athletes across various sports have commenced their doping suspensions on November 5th, raising concerns over fair play and integrity in sports.

Australian Swimmer Shayna Jack Suspended for Two Years

The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) in Australia has issued its decision in the arbitration procedure involving Australian swimmer Shayna Jack.

CAS Reduces Ban For US Sprinter Coleman

The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) has reduced the ban for US sprinter Christian Coleman to 18 months.

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