David Howman, chair of the Athletics Integrity Unit (AIU) and former director general of the World Anti-Doping Agency, is among four appointments to the International Tennis Federation (ITF) Ethics Commission.
Olympic cross-country skiing gold medallist Beckie Scott and Athletics Integrity Unit chairman David Howman have been confirmed among the speakers for this year's Partnership for Clean Competition (PCC) conference in London.
Former WADA director general compares FIFA to mafia organisation as warns of growing criminal influence in sport
Former World Anti-Doping Agency director general David Howman has likened FIFA to a mafia organisation as he warned of the growing influence of the "criminal underworld" in sport.
"My goal is to change the face of sports governance," says university professor ahead of key conference
Sport may be awash with allegations of doping, corruption and match-fixing to challenge the most resolute or forward-thinking administrations but a university professor aims to change all that.
Doping, corruption, match-fixing and gambling are just some of the serious issues facing world sport and they will all be tackled at a ground-breaking conference in Wales.
Cookson surprised by Lappartient comments on corticosteroids and tramadol as Briton receives Howman backing
Brian Cookson has expressed surprise in David Lappartient’s call for corticosteroids and tramadol to be completely banned as he prepares to battle his French rival for the Presidency of the International Cycling Union (UCI) in Bergen.
Former World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) director general David Howman has been elected chairman of the World Squash Federation's (WSF) Ethics Commission.
Athletics Integrity Unit (AIU) head David Howman has labelled the release of the personal medical records of 47 athletes by hacking group Fancy Bears as "deplorable" and claims it "seriously undermines" the fight against doping in the sport.
Athletics Integrity Unit (AIU) chairman David Howman has warned the body will be "relentless" in their pursuit of athletes who cheat and claimed the organisation's establishment will be a "defining moment" in the future of the sport.
Pipe given new role on IAAF Athletics Integrity Unit after resigning from FINA Doping Control Review Board
Andrew Pipe, who resigned before Rio 2016 as the chair of the International Swimming Federation (FINA) Doping Control Review Board in protest at its handling of the Russian Olympic team, has a new key role in sport.
Former World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) director general David Howman has been appointed chair of the new Athletics Integrity Unit (AIU) Board.
Howman claims Russians are "worse than Lance Armstrong" and calls for Pyeongchang 2018 ban unless they admit wrongdoing
David Howman, the former director general of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), has called for Russia to be banned from the 2018 Winter Olympic Games in Pyeongchang unless they provide "some sort of acknowledgement" of state-sponsored doping in the country.
Shot put superstar Valerie Adams has been made a Dame in the New Year's Honours amid several other accolades for members of the sporting movement in New Zealand.
Another week has gone by, and, as is invariably the way these days, it has brought with it another set of fresh difficulties for the International Olympic Committee (IOC). More questions have been raised by Brazilian police over what exact role the organisation played in the process to award Irish ticketing contracts, while its President, Thomas Bach, has also been criticised for his, probably connected, decision to skip the Paralympics.
Veteran drugs testing official David Howman believes the International Olympic Committee (IOC) response to the publication of the McLaren Report in July should have led to them being considered for World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) non-compliance.