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Aug 14, 2017
Usain Bolt and Mo Farah have said their goodbyes, but IAAF must continue association with these track starsAthletics needs to find its feet again. Usain Bolt and Mo Farah may not have won it all this time but there’s a still much that they can offer.
Feb 26, 2017
Mo Farah insists he is clean amid new claims his coach Alberto Salazar enabled dopingA leaked United States Anti-Doping Agency report has suggested that Mo Farah's coach Alberto Salazar had "almost certainly" broken anti-doping rules.
Dec 10, 2016
McLaren report: USA, Germany lead calls to permanently ban Russia for dopingUSA and Germany led calls for Russia to be exiled after the McLaren report said doping in sport in the country represented an "institutional conspiracy".
Dec 06, 2016
USADA chief John Tygart says sporting world facing 'defining moment' in battle against drugsThe sporting world faces a "defining moment" as it prepares for the release of a new report into accusations of state-run cheating in Russia, Tygart said.
Jul 30, 2016
Russia doping scandal: Banned swimmer Nikita Lobintsev using meldonium for past seven years, says USADAAn Olympic medal winning swimmer linked to Russia's state-run doping scandal has tested positive for the banned meldonium, the US Anti-Doping Agency announced Friday.
Jul 25, 2016
Olympics 2016: IOC's decision on no blanket ban for Russia divides global sports leadersThe IOC's decision not to ban Russia from the Rio Games over state-run doping left international sports leaders divided with less than 2 weeks for Olympics
Jan 28, 2015
Armstrong victim of a 'witch hunt', says former Cycling Union pres McQuaidArmstrong was stripped of his seven Tour de France victories and banned for life from racing in 2012 by USADA after it accused him in a report of engineering one of the most sophisticated doping schemes in sports.
May 03, 2014
US sprint champion Tyson Gay suspended for a year for dopingThe 31-year-old could have been suspended for two years for his first doping offence but received a reduction because of his substantial assistance, USADA said.
Nov 14, 2013
Armstrong's promise to come clean is a little late: USADA ChiefLance Armstrong's promise to come clean about doping is "a little late", the head of the United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) said on Thursday, accusing the disgraced cyclist of trying to use events to "gain advantage".
Feb 21, 2013
Armstrong misses USADA deadline for cooperation againThe anti-doping agency had originally provided Armstrong with a deadline of February 6, but on the cyclist's request extended that offer until Wednesday.