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.