Russian cyclists Dmitry Sokolov, Kirill Sveshnikov and Dmitry Strakhov have launched a lawsuit against the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) after they missed out on competing at last year's Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.
Richard McLaren has denied claims by Russian Independent Anti-Doping Commission head Vitaly Smirnov that he has dropped allegations of a state-sponsored doping programme in the country.
The Institute of National Anti-Doping Organisations (iNADO) has called on the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to take a "principled approach" to introducing sanctions against Russia over the country's doping scandal.
Doping fight must be stepped up to protect participation and viewing figures, UKAD chief executive warns
UK Anti-Doping (UKAD) chief executive Nicole Sapstead has warned the fight against drugs in sport needs to be stepped-up or participation and audience numbers will decrease, as she admitted her concerns about the impact recent scandals are having on the public in Britain.
Increased cooperation between International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach, World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) counterpart Sir Craig Reedie and Richard McLaren has been pledged following a meeting of three officials in Lausanne today.
Russia's Sports Ministry is an "affected party" in the investigation into Grigory Rodchenkov and could sue the former head of the Moscow Laboratory, according to reports.
Canadian lawyer Richard McLaren has admitted here today that mistakes were made in the translations of his World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA)-Commissioned report on state-sponsored Russian doping, but he hit back at critics of the investigation.
Russian Olympic Committee (ROC) President Alexander Zhukov has claimed it has become clear that the McLaren Report findings cannot be proved.
Ivo Ferriani, President of the International Bobsleigh and Skeleton Federation (IBSF), insists he is ready to impose the strictest punishments - including the suspension of the national federation - if the current charges that Russian athletes have been benefiting from a state-run doping scheme are conclusively proven.
Oliver Anderson has been provisionally suspended from tennis following match-fixing allegations against him.
International University Sports Federation (FISU) President Oleg Matytsin has said the organisation is currently more focused on providing anti-doping education to its athletes than issuing sanctions in light of the second part of Richard McLaren’s report into Russian state-sponsored doping, which concluded that the 2013 Universiade in Kazan was used as a testing ground for sample manipulation.
A German lawyer defending Russian skiers Yevgeny Belov and Aleksandr Legkov has claimed that evidence about the duo in the McLaren Report is "inconsistent".
A letter signed by more than 170 biathletes has reportedly been sent to the International Biathlon Union (IBU) calling for "resolute action" against Russian doping.
The Russian Anti-Doping Commission has been encouraged by International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach to prepare its assessment of the second part of the McLaren Report, according to its head Vitaly Smirnov.
Samples given by Russian athletes from London 2012 to be analysed as IOC claims 63 blood tests from Sochi 2014 were all negative
All samples given by Russian athletes at London 2012 will be examined after the International Olympic Committee (IOC) extended the mandate of one of the Commissions looking into allegations of manipulation at Sochi 2014 in the wake of the damning findings revealed in the second part of the McLaren Report today.