Asian shot put champion Manpreet Kaur has once again tested positive for the banned stimulant dimethylbutylamine.
A 26.4 per cent increase in positive doping cases was recorded for 2016 in comparison with similar data for 2015, the World Anti-Doping Agency's (WADA) Annual Report has revealed, although this was partly due to the addition of meldonium as a banned substance.
Bulgarian volleyball player Spas Bayrev is serving a reduced one-year doping ban after admitting to have smoked marijuana.
Former European steeplechase medallist Lyubov Kharlamova is among five athletes and one weightlifter to have been handed drugs bans by the Russian Anti-Doping Agency (RUSADA), it has been announced.
A crowdfunding campaign has been set-up to provide financial support to Grigory Rodchenkov, the former head of the Moscow Laboratory who has since turned whistleblower and helped allege an institutional doping regime in Russia.
One of many stories dominating headlines at the World Athletics Championships which closed here yesterday was the presence of an "Authorised Neutral Team" of Russian athletes.
Oscar Pistorius is expected to be granted permission to leave jail in order to attend the funeral of his grandmother later this week.
A first National Conference on protecting clean athletes has been organsed by the Uganda Olympic Committee (UOC) Medical Commission.
Former Olympic champion and world record holder Michael Johnson claims there are "big problems" to address in athletics as fallout continues over Justin Gatlin's World Championship 100 metres victory here.
There is an infamous moment in television show Game of Thrones where numerous members of the much-loved Stark family have taken a break from their ongoing war against the hated Lannisters to celebrate a wedding.
International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach has insisted that their responses to the Russian doping scandal cannot be compared with that of the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) because of the differing context each supposedly faces.
Jamaican 400 metres sprinter Riker Hylton has been cleared of any wrongdoing after being accused of deliberately missing a drugs test.
Russian boccia player Dimitri Kozmin has been stripped of results for one-year following a positive drugs test for trimetazidene.
Russia's three-time world champion and Olympian Danis Zaripov is among three Kontinental Hockey League (KHL) players to have been handed suspensions for failing drugs tests, it has been announced.
Asian shot put champion Manpreet Kaur has been barred from next month's World Athletics Championships in London after failing two drugs tests.