Two recent doping cases in swimming—one involving stanozolol, the other the GDR “designer steroid,” oral turinabol, bring back unwelcome memories of the GDR doping past
Former Biogenesis employee who reportedly has documents of transactions between the clinic and athletes is attempting to sell his information to media
UCI’s Pat McQuaid writes to Marco Pantani’s parents that lab reanalysis of 1998 Tour de France test samples can’t be used to impose sanctions on their son.
Belarus shot putter Andrei Mikhnevich says he’s not guilty but can’t afford legal costs to prove it
Debate over the impact of the most recent doping scandal in Turkey on the country’s bid to host the 2020 Summer Olympics
Turkey NOC head says latest doping scandal in the country will help, not hurt their 2020 bid to host the Summer Games
1987 Tour de France champion Stephen Roche says that talking about past doping does not help the sport. Zero tolerance for doping now is needed to transition from the doping of the past to a hopefully clean sport in the future.
Columnist writes that those convicted of steroid use should not be allowed in MLB All-Star game after they have served their suspensions
Magazine editorial asks: Can we trust that what we’re watching in cycling is really drug free or just another variation on the past?
Cyclist David Millar continues to defend Tour leader Chris Froome against suspicion of doping
German NADA doing testing for German Hockey Federation(DHB)
UKAD’s Andy Parkinson comments on WADA Code proposed revisions
Legal battle between golfer VJ Singh and the PGA continues
Retired MLB pitcher says baseball was better during the steroids era.
Conclusion of resolution to the potential charges that might be filed in the MLB Biogenesis investigation not likely to be settled soon. Collective bargaining agreement between players and MLB could play major role in outcome, how much is known about charges filed in any disciplinary action.
Another advocate of legalizing PEDs states his case
Press release on the RaceClean agreement between USA Cycling and USADA.
Press release on the “complexity” of supplements industry that inhibits reporting of full details of adverse findings from supplement use
US Federal Appeals court rules that scientific journal papers are not subject to defamation suits in case where a pharmaceutical company sued a journal over a paper that claimed a rival company’s product was more effective. Court ruling stated that the scientific community, not the courts, should investigate experiments and dispute erroneous conclusions.
Belize football players say they were approached by a man who offered them money to lose the match with the US
Lawyer writes on “third party interests” and match fixing
Investigation into alleged match fixing in Spanish football
Players’ relationships with mafia is the source of match fixing problems