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More Olympians for BALCO Scandal?

December 10, 2007

IOC vice president Thomas Bach heads the Disciplinary Commission for the BALCO scandal. (ATR)  (ATR) The head of an IOC commission handling the BALCO scanda...

IOC Strips Marion Jones Olympics Medals

December 12, 2007

"She is disqualified and scrapped from the results," says Jacques Rogge of Marion Jones. (ATR)  (ATR) The IOC has stripped Marion Jones of her five medals f...

Rogge on WADA Succession Tiff, Re-Awarding Marion Jones Medals

November 07, 2007

IOC President Jacques Rogge says the athletes will be screened to make sure they are clean before the IOC awards them medals returned by disgraced sprinter M...

On the Scene: IOC President Says Public Complacency Hampers Doping Fight

November 15, 2007

“The impact of doping exists far beyond the Olympic Movement,” says IOC President Jacques Rogge. (ATR)  (ATR) IOC President Jacques Rogge says public compla...

Update: Australian Said to Abandon Bid for WADA President

November 16, 2007

John Fahey at the WADA conference in Madrid. (ATR)   (ATR) Australian John Fahey tells Around the Rings he is still a candidate for president of the World A...

Marion Jones Surrenders Medals, USOC Pledges Clean Team in Beijing

October 08, 2007

Out of her grasp: Marion Jones has returned her five medals from the Sydney Olympics.   (ATR) Now that Marion Jones has surrendered her medals from the Sydn...

IOC To Punish Austrian Olympic Committee

May 23, 2007

 (ATR) The IOC is ready to announce a $1 million fine against the Austrian Olympic Committee over a blood doping scandal at the Turin Olympics, say sources...

Sports Face Expulsion from the Olympics Says WADA Chief

July 06, 2007

WADA President Richard Pound at the IOC Session in Guatemala. (ATR)   (ATR) Winter sports for the 2010 Vancouver Olympics are among a handful of intern...

WADA-IOC Inquiry Takes No Action in Case

September 24, 2003

(ATR) - A joint inquiry by the International Olympic Committee and the World Anti-Doping Agency into the case of U.S. sprinter Jerome Young will result in no immediate actions...

115th IOC Sesion Wrap Up

July 05, 2003

(ATR) - Countries which fail to pay their dues to the World Anti-Doping Agency could lose the right for their athletes to march under their nation's flag in the opening ceremo...

IOC Refuses to Close Book on Young Case

September 02, 2003

(ATR) - The International Olympic Committee and World Anti-Doping Agency will join forces to re- open the circumstances behind the drug testing of U.S. sprinter Jerome Young i...

Pound Leading Candidate for CAS Presidency ?

March 20, 2007

 (ATR) IOC member and World Anti Doping Agency President Richard Pound could have the inside track on the presidency of the Court of Arbitration for Sport. In an interview ...