Wiggins And Team Sky Face UK Anti-Doping Probe

Wiggins And Team Sky Face UK Anti-Doping Probe

British media have reported that Bradley Wiggins and Team Sky are being investigated by UK Anti-Doping. The probe is related to a medical package, delivered to Team Sky officials ahead of the 2011 Tour de France.

It was reported by the Daily…

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Erik Zabel Admits To Doping

Erik Zabel Admits To Doping

Erik Zabel, who won 12 stages of the Tour de France and eight stages of the Vuelta a España, has admitted to “many years” of doping, according to an announcement by the International Cycling Union.
@Erik Zabel tweeted: Stepping down from my…

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Alex Rodriguez To Be Banned

Alex Rodriguez To Be Banned

According to reports, New York Yankees star Alex Rodriguez along with eight others will be banned by the Major League Baseball this week in a doping scandal.
The New York Daily News reported citing unnamed sources that major league officia…

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Athletes Of West Germany Used Doping

Athletes Of West Germany Used Doping

The athletes of West Germany were systematically doped with government backing from the 1970s, and possibly earlier, according to a report by German researchers.
The report, completed in April this year, was compiled by researchers at B…

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USADA Tells Alex Rodriguez To Accept Suspension

USADA Tells Alex Rodriguez To Accept Suspension

The head of the United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) has remarked that Alex Rodriguez, the American baseball third baseman for the New York Yankees of Major League Baseball (MLB), should not expect a warm welcome back from fans or team…

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Alex Rodriguez Suspended For 211 Games By MLB

Alex Rodriguez Suspended For 211 Games By MLB

New York Yankees slugger Alex Rodriguez has been suspended for a record 211 games by Major League Baseball for his involvement in one of American sport’s biggest doping scandals.
In a statement, MLB commissioner Bud Selig said we pursued t…

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Anti-Doping Crusader Steps Down

Anti-Doping Crusader Steps Down

According to an announcement by the University of Waterloo, athletics director Bob Copeland is leaving his post after enduring one of the most turbulent periods in the history of the school.
The anti-doping crusader resigned, effective…

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Tyson Gay Pulls Out Of Moscow World Championships

Tyson Gay Pulls Out Of Moscow World Championships

Former double world sprint champion Tyson Gay has pulled out of next month’s Moscow world championships after failing an out-of-competition dope test.
The 30-year-old Gay remarked he basically put his trust in someone and was let down. I…

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IAAF Seeks 4-Year Bans For Doping Violations

IAAF Seeks 4-Year Bans For Doping Violations

The International Association of Athletic Federations is all set to reintroduce bans of four years for serious drug violations. The world governing body will be pushing the World Anti-Doping Agency to do the same for strengthening the de…

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Former Dutch Cyclist Admits Taking EPO

Former Dutch Cyclist Admits Taking EPO

Former Dutch cyclist Jeroen Blijlevens has confessed to having used the performance enhancing drug Erythropoietin (EPO) during his career.
The name of Blijlevens emerged in a report into doping in the 1998 Tour de France. The former cycl…

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