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Another 2012 London Olympian caught doping: sprinter Klodiana Shala

© Copyright - 2020 - Athletics Illustrated The long arm of the law has once again reached back and discovered yet another 2012 London Olympic...

Mo Farah has lied at least twice to authorities

© Copyright - 2020 - Athletics Illustrated Mo Farah of Great Britain, multi-time Olympic and World Athletics champion in the 5,000-metre and 10,000-metre distances has...

Eritrean-Swede Robel Fsiha suspended for doping

© Copyright - 2020 - Athletics Illustrated Eritrean-born Swede Robel Fsiha has been suspended for doping according to Swedish Athletics Association (SWA) secretary Stefan Olsson. The...

Turkish doping: the long arm of the law reaches back to 2012 London Olympics

© Copyright - 2020 - Athletics Illustrated To paraphrase the World Anti-Doping Association (WADA), "only a "clean" athlete should be allowed to benefit from his...

Deadline looms for Russian Athletics Federation

© Copyright - 2020 - Athletics Illustrated The Russian Athletics Federation now has until Monday, Feb. 10 to explain to World Athletics alleged doping cover-up...

Russian chaos: Entire Executive Committee quits of Russian Athletics Federation

© Copyright - 2020 - Athletics Illustrated When Russians are fed-up and and have had enough one may utter, "the poet's soul did not bear,...

China suspends PEDs testing in wake of Coronavirus outbreak

© Copyright - 2020 - Athletics Illustrated The Chinese Anti-Doping Agency (CHINADA) has temporarily suspended performance-enhancing drug testing because of the coronavirus outbreak. The International Testing...

Richard McLaren to lead investigation into allegations of corruption in weightlifting

From Inside the Games Richard McLaren, the Canadian lawyer whose investigative work did so much to expose state-sponsored doping in Russian sport, is to lead...

World Athletics to warn Matytsin of dangers if Russian officials continue to deny doping...

From Inside the Games World Athletics President Sebastian Coe is to write to Russia's new Sports Minister Oleg Matytsin warning him that his country's athletes...

U.S. lawmakers seek to imprison doping violators

Submitted by Tuomas Turunen Apparently, the White House is going to severely punish athletes around the world for anti-doping rule violations during competitions in which...
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