The Russian Skiing Federation has banned cross-country skier Radik Gaziev for two years for violating anti-doping rules.
Shortlisted writer Ridley declines £3,000 prize in protest at The Rodchenkov Affair being named William Hill Sports Book of the Year
Acclaimed writer Ian Ridley has declined the £3,000 ($4,000/€3,300) prize for making the shortlist of five in this year’s William Hill Sports Book of the Year award "on moral and ethical grounds" following the decision to name The Rodchenkov Affair: How I Brought Down Putin’s Secret Doping Empire as the winner.
Former 800 metres world champion Marina Arzamasova has been banned for four years by the Athletics Integrity Unit (AIU) after failing an anti-doping test.
The International Testing Agency (ITA) is set to run an independent anti-doping programme for the International Olympic Committee (IOC), leading up to the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has expressed satisfaction over additional financial contributions it has received from the Governments of India, China, Saudi Arabia and Egypt which total almost $2.6 million (£1.9 million/€2.1 million).
Venezuela has become the latest nation in weightlifting to face a loss of Olympic quota places because of multiple doping offences.
The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has issued the latest guidance for testing during the COVID-19 pandemic, following a review.
The Movement For Credible Cycling (MPCC) has said the lower number of anti-doping tests conducted in 2020 is a "great source of worry".
Corinne Schmidhauser claims she will be leaving Antidoping Switzerland in "a very good starting position" after deciding to end her 12-year reign as President.
The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) has banned powerlifter Anton Kriukov for another 18 months after he violated the terms of a previous doping suspension.
Pan American Games triple jump champion Omar Craddock has been provisionally suspended by the Athletics Integrity Unit (AIU) for whereabouts failures.
The Institute of Anti-Doping Organisations (iNADO) has welcomed three new nations to its ranks over the past year in a further push for clean sport.
UK Anti-Doping (UKAD) has announced a campaign called "Protect Your Sport" with the aim of encouraging whistleblowers.
The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has suffered a highly embarrassing and, perhaps, costly setback, agreeing to pay former Liverpool footballer Mamadou Sakho "substantial" damages to settle a long-running dispute.
Shayna Jack has described the past year as a "living nightmare" as the Australian swimmer seeks to overturn a four-year doping ban.