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UFC's Jeff Novitzky: Champ Jose Aldo apologized for IV-ban comments

Reaction to the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency’s (USADA) upcoming IV ban in the UFC has ranged from concern to, in the case of featherweight champ Jose Aldo, outright defiance. Filed under: News, UFC

Pro gamers can’t smoke weed during Electronic Sports League tournaments anymore

Not long ago, the Electronic Sports League (ESL) announced it would start drug testing its players. In a Reddit post, it has further outlined what is and isn’t allowed. The ESL will strictly follow the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) banned substance list for events. Show More Summary

Electronic Sports League bans the same drugs as the Olympics

Sorry, everybody, but you can't get high and play Counter-Strike anymore, at least not in the Electronic Sports League. The fledgling pro gaming league announced on Reddit Wednesday that it is adopting the World Anti-Doping Agency's list of banned substances for its players. Show More Summary

Wada to begin 'urgent' investigation

The World Anti-Doping Agency is to begin an "urgent" investigation into allegations of widespread doping in athletics.

Anti-doping authorities say leaked tests did not come from them

The World Anti-Doping Agency said Wednesday that its database was not the source for a media report alleging widespread doping among track-and-field athletes.

New doping claims 'very alarming'

The World Anti-Doping Agency is "very alarmed" after fresh allegations of suspected doping emerge in a leak of test data.

Professional Videogaming Has Doping Scandals, Too

A German eSports league announced that it is working with anti-doping agencies to create a drug testing policy for its professional gamers. The post Professional Videogaming Has Doping Scandals, Too appeared first on WIRED.

Anti-doping data show increased testing, decrease in adverse findings

The World Anti-Doping Agency released its most recent data Wednesday, showing an increase in testing and a decrease in adverse findings among athletes worldwide.

UFC welterweight flunks drug test, benched one year for testosterone metabolites

Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) has nabbed another one... and we haven't even gotten to the new drug testing policy from United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA). Have a seat, Augusto Montano. "Dodger" was unable to dodge a post-fight drug test at UFC 188, which took place last month in Mexico City. Show More Summary

IOC Chief Urges U.S. Golf Tour to Fall in Line With WADA

2 months agoSports / Golf : On Par

Golf was urged to fully adhere to the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) code on Saturday by the IOC president who also said players must accept Olympic-standard testing in the build-up to Rio 2016.

Jose Aldo blasts IV ban, dares USDA 'ninjas' to catch him

UFC Featherweight Champion Jose Aldo has no intention of moving up a weight class following a new ban on intravenous rehydration by the United States Anti-Doping Agency, and intends to defy any attempts to make him stop. Speaking toShow More Summary

The woman who helped bring down Lance Armstrong wishes he'd 'shut his mouth and go away forever' as he returns to the Tour de France

This week, disgraced sports icon Lance Armstrong controversially returns to the Tour de France, a race he won a record seven times from 1999 to 2005 before the US Anti-Doping Agency stripped him of titles in 2012 for using performance-enhancing drugs. Show More Summary

Bidding Farewell to MMA’s IV Era

Photo by Universal Images Group/Getty Earlier this year when the UFC announced that it would be handing over all out-of-competition drug-testing duties to the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency (USADA), the response among fighters seemed generally positive. Show More Summary

In a UFC-USADA world, where do state athletic commissions come into play?

In early June, the UFC announced it had partnered with the United States Anti-Doping Agency to institute a robust year-round drug-testing program. But what does that mean for the state athletic commissions and their efforts?Filed under: News, UFC

B.J. Penn supports UFC's IV rehydration ban, says 'IVs are for wimps'

The UFC’s new partnership with the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) went into place on July 1. Details are still being unpacked, but one aspect of the new oversight is a ban on the use of IVs for rehydration. B.J. Penn, for one, is thrilled with the new rule.Filed (...)

BJ Penn slams UFC's weight-cutting 'wimps,' calls IV hydration 'the biggest joke ever'

Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) bantamweight prospect Anthony Birchak called the "shitty" guidelines of the United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) "fucking dumb," not long after learning that under the organization's new drug-testing...Show More Summary

UFC fighter slams 'sh---y' new policy on cutting weight: 'It's f---ing dumb'

Mixed martial arts (MMA) fighters cut lots of weight, that's just part of the business. For better or worse. But under the new policies of the United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA), who will serve as the independent administratorShow More Summary

WHERE ARE THEY NOW? The Lance Armstrong team that dominated the Tour de France

Before the US Anti-Doping Agency found that his team ran "the most sophisticated, professionalized and successful doping program that sport has ever seen," Lance Armstrong did what no one had ever done: He won the Tour de France seven times, and he did so consecutively, from 1999 to 2005. Show More Summary

USADA, UFC make anti-doping policy public

2 months agoSports / Boxing :

As announced in early June, as part of UFC’s Athlete Marketing and Development Program, the United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) will serve as the independent third-party administrator of UFC’s year-round Anti-Doping Policy beginning on July 1, 2015... … Continue reading ? The post USADA, UFC make anti-doping policy public appeared first on Boxing News.

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