Today: Last Update:

First Page 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 ...   Last Page 

Fight Against Doping


March 06, 2017

Funds will support Agency’s enhanced Intelligence and Investigations activities Montreal, 6 March 2017 – The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) today welcomes an additional co...

Frank Fredericks Quits IAAF Taskforce on Russia

March 06, 2017

(ATR) Frank Fredericks is stepping down from the IAAF taskforce that is coordinating the re-admittance process of the suspended Russian athletics federation RusAF. Frank Fred...

German Parliament to Address McLaren Report Fallout

March 06, 2017

(ATR) Christophe De Kepper is one of five confirmed experts to testify about the McLaren report to the German Parliament. Inside the Bundestag (Getty Images) De Kepper’s a...

Meetings Quest Program Unveiled -- Conferences and Conventions

March 03, 2017

(ATR) The two day Meetings Quest conference in Atlantic City will feature conversations with industry experts, celebrations, and more.  Olympic gold medalist Shannon Miller (...

IOC Sanctions One Athlete for Failing Anti-Doping Test at Beijing 2008

March 01, 2017

The protection of clean athletes and the fight against doping are top priorities for the International Olympic Committee (IOC), as outlined in Olympic Agenda 2020, the IOC’s s...

Anti-Doping Debate Reaches U.S. Congress

February 28, 2017

(ATR) The United States Congress held a debate on the world’s anti-doping framework in an attempt to hold sporting bodies accountable to reform. Nelson, Phelps, Tygart, Koehl...

U.S. Congress Wades Into Anti-Doping Fight

February 27, 2017

(ATR) The United States Congress will play host to a debate on the future of the world’s anti-doping framework tomorrow. U.S. Congress is looking at the world anti-doping f...

OCA Press Release: Sapporo 2017 gets 'general satisfaction' from OCA

February 26, 2017

Sapporo, Japan, February 26, 2017: The Honorary Life Vice President of the Olympic Council of Asia, Mr Wei Jizhong, said he needed only two words to describe the success of th...

Philip Craven to Lead GSD 'Doping in Sport' Symposium -- Conferences and Conventions

February 24, 2017

(ATR) The Foundation of Global Sports Development (GSD) symposium on 'Doping in Sport' will be led by International Paralympic Committee President Philip Craven.   (The Found...

OpEd: Budapest Demise Heaps More Agony on IOC

February 24, 2017

(ATR) Is anybody really surprised that Budapest has ended its bid for the 2024 Olympics? The demise of the Hungarian bid in the face of public opposition and lack of poli...

The Foundation for Global Sports Development to Host Diverse Symposium on Doping in Sport

February 23, 2017

Los Angeles, CA - On April 13, 2017, The Foundation for Global Sports Development will host a diverse symposium on “Doping in Sport: How the Culture Might Change,” in conjunct...

PyeongChang Becoming Well Versed in Winter Sport -- Monday Memo

February 27, 2017

(ATR) Nearly every one of the 15 Winter Olympic sports will have an idea of what the PyeongChang 2018 venues hold in store following another batch of test events beginning thi...

First Page 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 ...   Last Page