Russian curler Aleksandr Krushelnitckii has been handed a four-year ban following his positive drug test at the Pyeongchang 2018 Winter Olympics.
Latvian Athletics Association (LVS) have accepted the resignation of their President Ineta Radevica following news of her positive retest from the 2012 Olympic Games in London.
Latvian Athletics Association President Ineta Radevica has tested positive after a retest of her sample from the London 2012 Olympic Games.
Algerian Olympic Committee President claims athletes in country are doping to qualify for major events
Algerian Olympic Committee (COA) President Mustapha Berraf has claimed widespread doping in the country has enabled athletes to compete at and qualify for major international sports events.
Italy's two-time world swimming champion Filippo Magnini has been given a four-year doping ban after he was found guilty of using or attempted to use prohibited substances.
If you are looking to get your point of view across, parking your tanks on the White House lawn is a good way of achieving it.
World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) director general Olivier Niggli has claimed consensus must be reached despite a diversity of opinions, warning that cheats would prosper otherwise.
Establishment of permanent CAS Anti-Doping Division ongoing with first and final verdicts on cases set to be offered
The establishment of a permanent Anti-Doping Division at the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS), which would offer both first instance and final verdicts on cases, is currently ongoing.
International Testing Agency chair calls for open minds after defensive approach from several IFs and NADOs
International Testing Agency (ITA) chair Valérie Fourneyron has called for National Anti-Doping Organisations (NADO) and International Federations (IFs) to keep an open mind to the body after claiming they had received a “defensive approach” from several.
Michael Pavitt: Olympism in Action Forum can only be a success if IOC leadership listen rather than dismiss views expressed
"We want to listen to society and to understand how the world sees us, rather than us telling the world how they should see us," – IOC President Thomas Bach in a press release previewing the Olympism in Action Forum.
Above-budget spending on litigation and investigations did not prevent the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) from reporting a surplus for what was a difficult 2017.
Bach criticised by athletes after claiming critics of Russian reinstatement misinterpreted WADA decision
International Olympic Committtee (IOC) President Thomas Bach has come under fire after suggesting athletes critical of the World Anti Doping Agency's decision to lift Russia's suspension have misinterpreted the situation
Panels on combatting doping and hosting Olympic Games headline opening day of Olympism in Action Forum
Combatting doping and city’s perspectives on hosting the Olympic Games are expected to be the highlights of the opening day of the Olympism in Action Forum here tomorrow.
A week of statements appears to have come to an end and they have had little effect, truth be told.