Olympic champion Sun Yang – who allegedly deliberately smashed his blood sample in a row with drugs testers earlier this year – secured two gold medals at the International Swimming Federation (FINA) Champions Swim Series in Guangzhou.
China's Sun Yang is set to compete in the inaugural International Swimming Federation (FINA) Champions Swim Series in Guangzhou, following allegations he helped to deliberately smash his blood sample in a row with drugs testers in January.
The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has filed an appeal at the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) against the decision not to sanction three-time Olympic champion Sun Yang following reports that he helped deliberately smash his own blood sample in a row with drugs-testers.
The Chinese Swimming Association (CSA) has backed London 2012 and Rio 2016 Olympic champion Sun Yang, saying he has not violated anti-doping rules after it was reported a vial of his blood was destroyed in front of testers.
Rio 2016 and London 2012 champion Sun denies reports of smashed anti-doping vial in front of testers
Olympic swimming champion Sun Yang has denied reports that his own blood samples were smashed during a row with anti-doping testers.
Three-time Olympic champion Sun Yang has been given the Outstanding Contribution to Swimming Popularity award by the International Swimming Federation (FINA), despite serving a secret doping suspension in 2014.
Sun Yang and Katie Ledecky each secured a third successive 400 metres freestyle global world title as pool swimming action began in the Duna Arena here today.
The US record of five consecutive wins in the men’s 400m individual medley is under extreme pressure from the Japanese pair of Kosuke Hagino and Daiya Seto as the Rio 2016 swimming programme gets underway tomorrow.
China's Championships and Olympic Swimming Trials began today under a cloud of controversy as two swimmers who tested positive for banned substance clenbuterol enjoyed successful starts to the event in Forshan.
China hit by fresh doping scandal as reports allege five positive drugs tests in swimming were covered up
China has become the subject of a fresh doping crisis after the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) launched an investigation into alleged cover-ups of failed drugs tests in swimming, according to reports.
Chinese badminton player Yu Xiaohan has been stripped of two silver medals won at the Gwangju 2015 Summer Universiade after failing an in-competition test for banned diuretic furosemide, it has been reported.
This year’s International Swimming Federation (FINA) World Championships in Kazan cumulated a record aggregated television viewership of 6.8 billion, it has been announced.
China finished on top of the medals table at the International Swimming Federation (FINA) World Aquatics Championships for the first time since 1994, despite the best known member of their team, Sun Yang, failing to compete in the men’s 1500 metres freestyle final on the final day of competition in Kazan.
Great Britain’s Adam Peaty claimed the men’s 50 metres breaststroke title at the International Swimming Federation (FINA) World Aquatics Championships in Kazan to become the first male swimmer to win both the 50m and 100m crowns in the same edition of the event.
Britain’s James Guy produced a stunning performance to shock the field in the men’s 200 metres freestyle as he claimed victory at the International Swimming Federation (FINA) World Aquatics Championships in Kazan.