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ASADA's Uni of Canberra partnership 'only limited by imagination'

ASADA's Uni of Canberra partnership 'only limited by imagination'

The ASADA chief hopes partnering with the university will pave the way to strengthen their "world-leading science department".

  • by Caden Helmers

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WADA claims Russia doping breakthrough
WADA

WADA claims Russia doping breakthrough

Hundreds of possible drug cheats could be prosecuted after WADA experts return to the Russian laboratory at the heart of the nation's doping scandal.

  • by Matt Slater
Russia to miss WADA lab visit deadline
WADA

Russia to miss WADA lab visit deadline

Russia is expected to miss a deadline to hand over data from its anti-doping laboratory in Moscow, increasing the pressure on the World Anti-Doping Agency to reinstate a ban on the country's athletes.

Ban lifted for Lance Armstrong's former doctor
Lance Armstrong

Ban lifted for Lance Armstrong's former doctor

A former doctor for Lance Armstrong's U.S. Postal Service cycling team has had his lifetime ban lifted by the U.S Anti-Doping Agency.

The right to silence under threat in name of integrity

The right to silence under threat in name of integrity

The cautionary tale of Ernesto Miranda shows why athletes and others should be concerned about new powers that have been been recommended for ASADA.

  • by Darren Kane
Third Kenyan athlete fails doping test in space of ten days

Third Kenyan athlete fails doping test in space of ten days

Samuel Kalalei, who won the Athens Marathon last November, is the third athlete from Kenya to have been found in breach of anti-doping rules within 10 days.

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No positive doping tests at World Cup in Russia, says FIFA
FIFA

No positive doping tests at World Cup in Russia, says FIFA

FIFA has collected 2761 samples prior to the tournament and another 626 during it, including 108 collected on non-matchdays.

  • by Mitch Phillips
Froome intent on Tour de France defence despite 'ban' by organisers
Tour de France

Froome intent on Tour de France defence despite 'ban' by organisers

Four-time champion Chris Froome's wife and representative insist he will start next Saturday after reports the race hosts don't want him to ride.

Russian star forced to deny doping after dad says he used 'growth hormone'
Doping

Russian star forced to deny doping after dad says he used 'growth hormone'

Russia's new World Cup hero, Denis Cheryshev, was forced to deny taking banned substances yesterday after his own father was reported as saying he was injected with "growth hormone" before the tournament.

  • by Ben Rumsby & Roland Oliphant