World Anti-Doping Agency to launch a new module to detect human growth hormone.
Powerful painkiller will be added to WADA's prohibited list in 2024, while cannabis can still trigger a sanction.
The Colombian star will not start the Vuelta to fight tramadol charges even though he is allowed to race under UCI rules.
Colombian star vows to take legal fight to CAS after UCI strips him of his 2022 Tour de France sixth place.
Products are a subject of debate within sport.
Do no positive tests mean no credibility? Exclusive interview with the UCI president on what it means if the ITA isn’t catching WorldTour cheats.
Experts found the presence of tizanidine, which is not banned by WADA, in hair samples from three riders at the Tour de France. A team was not named, but Bahrain-Victorious has spoken out.
Experts tested hair samples from seven Tour de France cyclists with three revealing the presence of tizanidine, a muscle relaxant that is not currently banned by WADA.
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The Rodchenkov Act, signed into U.S. law in December 2020, could bring significant consequences for cheating in sports — and the sort of results that WADA failed to deliver during the Russian doping saga. But such impacts could also come at a significant financial cost, and could permanently erase the legal buffers separating sports integrity from criminal prosecution.
A wider reach on the ban on glucocorticoids will begin in 2022.
In an exclusive interview with The Outer Line, the former president of WADA talks about his time in the world of international sport and anti-doping – saying Lance Armstrong got what he deserved, and confirming that the 2021 Tokyo Olympics will go on as currently planned.
The Innsbruck Regional Court also levied a 16-month suspension and a €349,000 fine on the former IAM Cycling rider.
Canadian emerged as antagonist to Lance Armstrong after helping to found WADA in 1999.
Court of Arbitration for Sport reduces Russia's ban from Olympic events relating to doping scheme at 2014 Games to two years.
WADA chief admits the pandemic created 'holes' in testing procedures through 2020, but is looking to close up any leaks in the approach to Tokyo.
It is advisable that athletes become familiar with these new WADA directives, but it is easy to understand why that’s a challenging prospect.
Does the COVID-19 era offer a doper’s dream or an avenue for the enhancement of anti-doping techniques?
Dumoulin, Bardet, Pinot speak of anti-doping drought as coronavirus mitigation measures slow testing.
The former Danish law enforcement officer and top tennis player says cycling has come a long way from the dark days of the Festina Affair.
Anti-doping officials say athletes caught in latest police sting had suspicious biological passport results, reinforcing the system's reliability.
WADA is at a turning point. The next few months will be both a challenging time and a time of opportunity for the anti-doping agency's leaders.
WADA says that Salbutamol abuse was not endemic in professional cycling, providing more details in the wake of Chris Froome's case.
After the UCI dropped the anti-doping case with Chris Froome, a cloud of questions lingered.
Britain may soon join the ranks of other countries that are seeking to make sports doping a criminal offense, despite WADA opposition.
WADA looks to begin nighttime raids to catch riders doping, but issues with French law may prevent the controls in this year's Tour.
Czech rider Roman Kreuziger may not be filing a lawsuit against the UCI or WADA for damages, but that doesn’t mean that his employer won’t
Though he missed much of the 2014 season due to a suspension, Roman Kreuziger will not file lawsuit for damages or legal expenses
Partnership for Clean Competition and the World Anti-Doping Agency team up to provide significant funds for anti-doping research
Roman Kreuziger has an uphill battle ahead as WADA and UCI appeal biological passport doping sanction at the Court of Arbitration for Sport
WADA president Craig Reedie says he does not feel that punishing cheating athletes with criminal charges is the right approach
UCI and WADA will fight Czech Olympic Committee's decision to acquit Kreuziger following his 2011-2012 biological passport anomalies
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Craig Reedie and UCI President Brian Cookson have been working closely as the commission begins looking at cycling's past
Tour champion talks to reporters in Nairobi and says cycling is likely the cleanest endurance sport due to out-of-competition testing
The final draft of the World Anti-Doping Code will be discussed in Johannesburg during the four-day meeting
Outgoing WADA president John Fahey says it would be difficult for the Texan to have his doping case reopened
WADA denies McQuaid claim that its rules prevent the UCI from turning doping control over to third-party organization
The USADA CEO says Pat McQuaid and cycling’s governing body are not doing all they can to establish a truth-telling process
The American anti-doping agency is collaborating with international agencies as its investigation deepens
Eufemiano Fuentes tells a Spanish court that he will cooperate with the World Anti-Doping Agency if it asks for his clients' names
The UCI president talks with VeloNews about independent drug testing, culture change, running for reelection, and Hein Verbruggen
In an exclusive interview, UCI president Pat McQuaid discusses anti-doping efforts, his controversial presidency, Armstrong, and more
McQuaid publishes private e-mails after WADA president lashes out over its announcement on Monday of an amnesty partnership
The procedural hearing is rescheduled for Friday in London
We run through the key questions Armstrong addressed — or didn't — in the first portion of his confessional with Oprah Winfrey
Worlds Anti-Doping Agency chief pushes back at the UCI, calls review process "useless"
The UCI's independent review panel as spoken out in opposition to the body, siding with WADA and USADA in outlining its terms
USADA's Tygart fears UCI has "has blindfolded and handcuffed" its so-called independent commission
Armstrong's life ban will be revisited only if he confesses under oath and tells anti-doping authorities all he knows about doping activities
WADA director says Armstrong case is example of the need for non-analytical investigation in anti-doping efforts
WADA chief John Fahey and Change Cycling Now backer Jaimie Fuller express concern over independence of UCI's 'independent commission'
USADA's success in the Armstrong Affair shows that "we can achieve outcomes," said WADA's Fahey. "We can bring things through to a point where these cheats are exposed."
Dick Pound says the revelations from the Armstrong Affair are also "immensely embarrassing" to the UCI, which ostensibly is in charge of cycling
The UCI and WADA will meet this weekend in Montreal to address the Armstrong Affair
Tour de France director Christian Prudhomme has called the MPCC's approach as "the future" for the sport
Cycling's global governing body makes moves to bolster sagging credilibity
Bradley Wiggins recounts his winning time trial of the 2012 Tour de France
Vaughters calls for UCI to split with its anti-doping division; suggests teams fund their own, WADA-managed program
AIGCP president Jonathan Vaughters calls for ProTeams to fund their own WADA-managed anti-doping program, one with no ties to the UCI
WADA President John Fahey said his agency looks forward to hearing more about UCI's proposed independent inquiry
Jonathan Vaughters says that although cycling is cleaner than in past years, an independent body needs to help the sport learn from its past
Dick Pound says the UCI knew its drugs net had big holes and that riders were tipped off ahead of controls
USADA chief details his path to the top of the agency and his case against Lance Armstrong and Johan Bruyneel