After a summer of not-so-subtle bickering, it appears Olympic leaders and anti-doping authorities are ready to cooperate on a new campaign to go after drug cheats. Speaking from a summit in Switzerland on Saturday, the International Olympic Committee called for the World Anti-Doping Agency to take...
The Court of Arbitration for Sport should decide doping bans, according to a plan backed by the International Olympic Committee.
Olympic leaders have asked the World Anti-Doping Agency to oversee a global system for tackling drug cheats with an independent body testing athletes and more powers to punish failing organizations
Olympic sports leaders have begun debating how to improve a global anti-doping system amid the fallout of a Russian state-backed cheating scandal. A closed-doors meeting chaired by IOC President Thomas … Click to Continue »
Olympic sports leaders have begun debating ways to improve a global anti-doping system in the fallout of a Russian state-backed cheating scandal