Beckie Scott and Edwin Moses have expressed “extreme disappointment” at the outcome of the investigation into their allegations of improper conduct against two World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) colleagues, while vowing to continue in their respective roles as WADA Standing Committee chairs.
The test events for Tokyo 2020 are set to begin next month under the banner of "Ready, Steady, Tokyo" and feature some 56 competitions.
Scott and Moses decline to participate in WADA bullying investigation after claiming process is "fatally flawed"
World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) Athlete Committee chairperson Beckie Scott and Education Committee head Edwin Moses have declined to participate in a wider investigation into alleged bullying after claiming the process was "fatally flawed".
Olympic silver medallist Danny Lee Harris has denied sending inappropriate sexual messages to a 17-year-old student after he pleaded not guilty to charges at Alhambra Superior Court.
Critics of athletes uses of Therapeutic Use Exemptions (TUEs) following the Fancy Bears cyber-attack on the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) are "talking no sense", former French Sports Minister Valérie Fourneyron claimed here today in a staunch defence of the system.
A recording of International Paralympic Committee (IPC) President Sir Philip Craven allegedly falling victim to a prank phone call has been posted online, where he appears to criticise the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and its President Thomas Bach.
Los Angeles 2024 vice-chair Janet Evans and bid ambassador Greg Louganis have been named among the latest batch of former American athletes to feature on the front of boxes of breakfast cereal Wheaties.
This year's Laureus World Sports Awards will be held in Germany for the first time after Berlin was confirmed as the host city for the ceremony.