Two of the men aiming to unseat the most powerful figure in world weightlifting want the sport’s governing body to give control of its anti-doping programme to the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA).
The future of Britain’s most colourful and controversial boxer Tyson Fury, the self-described Gypsy King, is in the balance after a hearing in London.
European Athletics President Svein Arne Hansen believes there has been “a change of mentality” in Russia regarding action to rectify allegations of widespread doping abuse and hopes to see the country’s athletes back in international action “sooner rather than later".
World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) President Sir Craig Reedie has said the organisation "strongly supports" the idea of reinstating Russia to the World Anti-Doping Code.
Patrick Tuipulotu has said he is “pleased” after the New Zealand rugby player was cleared of anti-doping offences.
Russian Athletics Federation (RusAF) President Dmitry Shlyakhtin is “hopeful” good news will come out of a meeting between officials from the country and the International Association of Athletics Federation (IAAF) Taskforce during the week.
The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has suspended the accreditation of the Mexico City Laboratory for a period of up to six months, it was announced today.
Combating doping in elite sport is a complex matter to be sure. But not in every respect. Ask most elite sportsmen or women if they favour a life ban for serious cheats, for instance, and the answer is almost invariably “yes”. Ask them if they believe serious cheats should have a place at the Olympics and the answer is almost invariably “no.”
Rower Peter Reed, Britain’s three-time Olympic gold medallist, has voiced his anger at the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) following their failure to do more in support of himself and other athletes whose medical records were accessed by Russian hackers Fancy Bears'.
Richard Caborn: Is it time for a new era for sports governance - towards an independent governed and funded system?
As I said many times when I was the Sports Minister in Britain: when sport moves from the back page to the front page, it is invariably for the wrong reasons.
World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) President Sir Craig Reedie has urged all International Federations (IFs) to “fulfil the obligations of the Code” by not awarding major events to Russia due to the non-compliance of its National Anti-Doping Agency.
Contemplating the ashes of the current world anti-doping regime and the consequences of its forfeited credibility for the long-term marketability of Olympic sport, Thomas Bach, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) President, is looking for help.
Exclusive: WADA accuse International Biathlon Union of violating Code by awarding 2021 World Championships to Russia
The International Biathlon Union (IBU) are at risk of being declared non-compliant with the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) Code after they awarded their 2021 World Championships to Russia, a spokesperson for the organisation has told insidethegames.
The National Anti-Doping Organisations (NADOs) of Azerbaijan, Brazil and Guatemala face the threat of being declared non-compliant by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) in November unless pending issues are resolved.
Newly-published figures show that Africa once again struggled last year to pay its World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) dues, with, for the second year running, less than 60 per cent of invoiced sums remitted by the end of the calendar year.