Nemački biciklista Džon Degenkolb izjavljuje: „Na nama je odgovornost davanja dobrog primera” novoj generaciji biciklista koji su „besni” na povezanost sa dopingom u prošlosti ovog sporta

Objavljeno: 5.9.2013
Malaysian footballer Zamri Ramli banned for two years Ukraine javelin thrower Roman Avramenko reportedly has an adverse finding from the A sample, waiting on B sample analysis, provisionally suspended Santambrogio case may be a test for prosecuting “micro dosing” using rhuEPO A blogger answers questions about PEDs and the NBA Judge in Acceptance case orders Lance Armstrong to answer questions about “who knew what and when about his doping, including possibly his ex-wife and attorneys.” Darden Research does a study on Livestrong A teaser clip from the documentary The Armstrong Lie Veronica Campbell-Brown hearing enters third day NRL’s Sandor Earl’s lawyers seeking ban reduction based on “substantial assistance” provision of the anti-doping code Australia’s Shadow Sports Minister says he will not endorse ASADA’s handling of the Essendon doping investigation German cyclist John Degenkolb says: “We have the responsibility of being a good example” for the new generation of cyclists who are “angry” at the doping past of the sport Turkish IOC member Ugar Erdner says the anti-doping technology is getting better and narrowing the gap between the testers and those who dope at Instanbul 2020 press conference,0,6983693.story CIS and CCES working together to promote drug free sport in Canada in university sports BALCO founder Victor Conte gives opinions on testing in MLB, NFL MLB’s Marion Byrd says he welcomes scrutiny, skepticism about doping Opinion piece that “drug cheats,” in this case Ben Johnson, should not be used to promote anti-doping campaigns Debate in Norway about how to deal with convicted doper who has returned to sport Video clip from the Choose the Right Track forum on doping in sport in London Choose the Right Track tour makes a stop in New York City Ben Johnson says doping is “widespread” in the sport “and it’s worse than it was” when he was running, but that “clean” athletes can compete Usain Bolt laughs at the assertion by Ben Johnson that he would have beaten Bolt in the 100 FIFA looking at alternatives to testing for World Cup after Rio lab’s accreditation revoked again by WADA Rio lab reportedly failed “blind test” in the accreditation process Malaysia seeking to regain accreditation for testing lab in the country to bolster fight against doping I Play Fair Sports Law Conference set for November 10-11, 2013 in Cape Town The lexicographer talks about the origins of the word, dope.