Talk about strange timing. Olympic gymnast and Dancing with the Stars contestant Aly Raisman underwent her random drug test from the World Anti-Doping Agency this week — just before an appearance on Access Hollywood Live and days before she's set to compete in the DWTS finale. Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Dancing with the Stars Aly Raisman
Aly Raisman got an unexpected visit from the World Anti-Doping Agency this week. The Olympic gymnast, who was at Access Hollywood Live to talk about the Dancing With The Stars finale, was greeted by officials for a random drug test. Raisman knows that random drug tests come with the territory of being an Olympian but [...]Show More Summary
Earlier this month, the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) lifted a ban on deer antler spray, a natural supplement that shot to the forefront when "Sports Illustrated" reported in January that Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis allegedly used the substance to recover from a torn triceps muscle. Show More Summary
If you've followed the Vijay Singh doping scandal, you know that he was cleared because the World Anti-Doping Agency rescinded its stance on deer antler spray when his appeal process
So in a nutshell, Vijay Singh violated the tour doping policy, was found guilty, appealed, and the World Anti-Doping Agency decided what he took was not so testable and terrible, so he got off even though he remained guilty under tour policy whether he took the stuff or not.
Russian water polo player Ekaterina Tankeeva has become the fifth member of Russia's London Olympic delegation to be suspended over alleged doping, the Russian Anti-Doping Agency (RUSADA) said Monday.
The fallen superstar has been banned for life from most competitions because of doping charges. But the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency's reach doesn't extend to U.S. Masters Swimming.
Michael Sexton is astonished by the powers the Gillard Government wants to give its anti-doping agency in the witchhunt that torching clubs like Cronulla:
Brazil’s first World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) accredited laboratory will carry out around 7,000 tests during the 2016 Games, with construction due to be completed during the first half of 2014. “The renovation of LABDOP/LADETEC is a...Show More Summary
The Russian government said Monday it will give the World Anti-Doping Agency extra funding with the express aim of gaining clout at the organization in the run-up to hosting next year’s Winter Olympics.
By Joe Cermele I learned some interesting things about doping this morning per this article in The New York Times. You, like me, might have assumed that only athletes who engage in strength-based or agility-based or stamina-based sports would dope. Show More Summary
The Onion comes to life. I’m encouraged to see that the international sport of ice fishing is taking proactive steps to weed out performance enhancing steroids and human growth hormones, with the United States Anti-Doping Agency providing an official on site in a Wisconsin tavern following the day’s gruelling competition to ensure that the sport is and [...]
The U.S. government will join the Anti-Doping agency in suing Armstrong for damages.
Eric Holder has not announced if the Obama Justice Department will join the lawsuit filed by former Armstrong teammate Floyd Landis, but he was sent a written request to join a whistle-blower lawsuit against Lance Armstrong on the same...Show More Summary
The deadline imposed by the United States Anti-Doping Agency for Lance Armstrong to "come clean under oath" and perhaps lessen his ban came and went today. Armstrong, through his attorney Tim Herman, released a statement reiterating his willingness to be "the first man through the door" to help clean up cycling, just so long as it's not to the USADA's building. More »
Armstrong refuses to cooperate with USADA (via AFP) Lance Armstrong said Wednesday that he will not cooperate with a US Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) investigation into dope cheats in cycling but would be willing to help other anti-doping inquiries. The move greatly diminishes Armstrong’s chances of having his life ban from World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA…
Today was the second deadline by which Lance Armstrong had to submit to an interview with the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency if he hoped to have his lifetime ban from sports competition reduced. Like the first deadline, he is letting this … Continue reading ?
Lance Armstrong won’t cooperate with the US Anti-Doping Agency, who asked him to do a tell-all interview under oath. The interview would be about his use of performance-enhancing drugs in cycling. This is the second time the disgraced cyclist has refused to cooperate with the agency. USADA officials have told Armstrong the interview is required if [...]Show More Summary
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Lance Armstrong won’t do a tell-all interview under oath with the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency to reveal everything he knows about the use of performance-enhancing drugs in cycling. USADA officials had told Armstrong he must speak with them if he wanted to reduce his lifetime ban from sports. Show More Summary