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Fight Against Doping

World Briefs: UCI vs Pound Fallout, Hungary NOC Needs $, India Protests Field Hockey Problems

March 29, 2008

A biological passport would help determine whether Rob Hayles’ blood "anomaly" was the result of doping manipulation or a normal fluctuation. (Getty Images)...

AOC Pres Wins Defamation Action, Indian Tennis Star Becomes Superhero

April 05, 2008

AOC president John Coates will receive more than $300,000 in damages from a defamation suit. (Getty Images) Australian Olympics Boss Wins Defamation Payou...

Russian Government Backs FISA, Congressional Testimony, UK Athletics Wants Lifetime Drugs Ban

February 14, 2008

Russian Government Sides with FISA The Russian Minister of Sport has sided with the International Rowing Federation’s demand that the national federation clean house after two...

Federations Roundup: Russian Rowing Reforms on the Right Track

February 28, 2008

"We want to fix this as soon as we are able," admits Matt Smith of FISA, who acknowledges that the Russian doping scandals have hurt the image of...

Cycling Anti-doping Initiative to Benefit Other Olympic Sports

March 03, 2008

Andrew Ryan, director of the Association of Summer Olympic International Federations, is monitoring the project with great interest. (ASOIF)  (ATR) The succ...

Fight Against Doping: Marion Jones Going to Prison

January 11, 2008

Marion Jones: "I respect the judge's order, and I truly hope that people will learn from my mistakes." (Getty Images) (ATR) Marion Jones will have to serv...

Russian Rowing Federation Banned for a Year, Two Top British Athletes Cleared

January 31, 2008

Six of the seven Russian rowers were banned after being connected to infusion paraphernalia found outside of a Swiss hotel room in July 2007. (Getty Images)...

IAAF Annuls Jones' Results

November 23, 2007

IAAF moves to strike Jones from Olympics. (Getty Images)  (ATR) The IOC is one step closer to revoking Marion Jones’ medals from the 2000 Olympics in Sydney...

Fight Against Doping: ATR Exclusive - Doping in Boxing "Under Control"; Drug Test Not Foolproof; German Raids

November 03, 2007

Ed Van WIjk of the Netherlands. (ATR)  ATR Exclusive: Boxing has Doping “Under Control” The chief medical officer for the International Boxing Association s...

Bonds Indictment Might Help Olympics Baseball

November 16, 2007

Barry Bonds broke a record with home run number 756 in August. (Getty Images)  (ATR) The secretary general of the International BAseball Federation tells A...

On the Scene: Small Federations, Athletes Wary of Doping Code Changes

November 16, 2007

IOC member Denis Oswald says small federations and athletes could be hurt by proposed changes to the anti-doping code. (ATR)  (ATR) A leading IOC member tel...

Landis Appeals Doping Conviction to CAS

October 11, 2007

Landis calls the charges against him “simply wrong”. (Getty Images)  (ATR) The case of U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis now heads to the Lausanne-based Court of Ar...