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Russian Athletics Federation submits doping reform plan to World Athletics
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Russian Athletics Federation submits doping reform plan to World Athletics

World Athletics’ Russia task force has until 30 September to make any changes it sees fit before RusAF implements it.

Russian athletics federation chief Yevgeny Yurchenko resigns amid new doping troubles
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Russian athletics federation chief Yevgeny Yurchenko resigns amid new doping troubles

World Athletics had handed the federation a $10 million fine for breaching anti-doping rules in March.

Russia says World Athletics freeze over unpaid fine is 'catastrophic' decision for athletes
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Russia says World Athletics freeze over unpaid fine is 'catastrophic' decision for athletes

Yevgeny Yurchenko said World Athletics had ignored the impact of the coronavirus pandemic when it held Russia to a Wednesday deadline for payment, which was missed.

Kenyan marathoner Wilson Kipsang banned for missing three dope tests, whereabouts lapses
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Kenyan marathoner Wilson Kipsang banned for missing three dope tests, whereabouts lapses

Kipsang won the bronze medal in the marathon at the 2012 London Olympics and broke the world record the following year in Berlin

American boxer Virginia Fuchs escapes doping ban after USADA determines violation was caused by sex
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American boxer Virginia Fuchs escapes doping ban after USADA determines violation was caused by sex

US Olympic team boxer Virginia Fuchs will face no punishment for failing a doping test after the US Anti-Doping Association determined the violation had been caused by two substances transmitted by her boyfriend through sex.

2017 Tour de France's samples sent for re-testing for unnamed substance, says report
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2017 Tour de France's samples sent for re-testing for unnamed substance, says report

Samples from the 2017 Tour de France are being re-tested as authorities look for a previously undetectable performance-enhancing substance

WADA to conduct 'additional targeted testing' to fill COVID-19 forced anti-doping gaps
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WADA to conduct 'additional targeted testing' to fill COVID-19 forced anti-doping gaps

WADA said doping control samples continued to be stored for future analysis and, with the help of the athlete biological passport, some samples collected post-COVID-19 might reveal doping that occurred during the shutdown period.

WADA hands over findings of doping probe on 298 Russian athletes to international federations
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WADA hands over findings of doping probe on 298 Russian athletes to international federations

WADA said on Thursday its investigation into 298 Russian athletes targeted in a doping probe has been completed and the findings passed onto international federations for further action.

Coronavirus Outbreak: Canada joins Russia in temporarily halting doping testing to minimise risk of COVID-19 spread
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Coronavirus Outbreak: Canada joins Russia in temporarily halting doping testing to minimise risk of COVID-19 spread

Canada has put its doping control testing program on hold until further notice in response to government directives intended to minimise the risk of exposure and spread of the coronavirus, the Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport (CCES) said.

Coronavirus Outbreak: Russian anti-doping agency halts testing amid COVID-19 pandemic
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Coronavirus Outbreak: Russian anti-doping agency halts testing amid COVID-19 pandemic

Russian anti-doping agency RUSADA said it was temporarily halting all testing in response to government measures aimed at curbing the spread of the coronavirus.

Tokyo Olympics 2020: Anti-doping bodies dial down testing due to coronavirus but Games-bound athletes still asked to give dope test
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Tokyo Olympics 2020: Anti-doping bodies dial down testing due to coronavirus but Games-bound athletes still asked to give dope test

The International Olympic Committee has said it remains fully committed to opening the Tokyo Games on 24 July, so testers are still visiting some athletes at a time when many people are trying to avoid social contact

Wimbledon, US Open champion Robert Farah free to resume playing despite doping breach
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Wimbledon, US Open champion Robert Farah free to resume playing despite doping breach

Colombia’s Wimbledon and U.S. Open doubles champion Robert Farah has escaped a ban despite being found in breach of tennis’s Anti-Doping Programme

Shooter Ravi Kumar claims he inadvertently consumed propranolol which led to positive dope test, hopes for light punishment
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Shooter Ravi Kumar claims he inadvertently consumed propranolol which led to positive dope test, hopes for light punishment

Shooter Ravi Kumar claims he inadvertently consumed propranolol which led to positive dope test, hopes for light punishment

Russian doping blurs innocence and guilt, with Olympics caught in the middle
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Russian doping blurs innocence and guilt, with Olympics caught in the middle

Russian doping blurs innocence and guilt, with Olympics caught in the middle

UK Athletics commissions review into dealings with Alberto Salazar and disbanded Nike Oregon Project
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UK Athletics commissions review into dealings with Alberto Salazar and disbanded Nike Oregon Project

UK Athletics has commissioned an independent review into its dealings with banned track coach Alberto Salazar and the recently disbanded Nike Oregon Project.

World Anti-Doping Agency says it will rule next month on alleged Russian cover-up of doping data, IOC against blanket ban
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World Anti-Doping Agency says it will rule next month on alleged Russian cover-up of doping data, IOC against blanket ban

The World Anti-Doping Agency says it expects to rule next month on whether Russia manipulated its drug-testing data.

Russia's sports minister Pavel Kolobkov insists data handed to World Anti-Doping Agency was not doctored
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Russia's sports minister Pavel Kolobkov insists data handed to World Anti-Doping Agency was not doctored

Russia's sports minister insisted on Thursday that data handed to the World Anti-Doping Agency was not doctored, while WADA has asked Moscow to explain inconsistencies.

Former British Cycling and Team Sky doctor Richard Freeman to admit he 'told a lot of lies' about ordering testosterone
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Former British Cycling and Team Sky doctor Richard Freeman to admit he 'told a lot of lies' about ordering testosterone

Former British Cycling and Team Sky doctor Richard Freeman will tell a medical tribunal he "told a lot of lies" and ordered the banned substance testosterone. He will say the 30 Testogel sachets were not for an athlete, but were ordered for medical reasons for former British Cycling and Team Sky coach Shane Sutton, who has denied the claim.

WADA compliance arm to rule on Russia doping data next month
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WADA compliance arm to rule on Russia doping data next month

Russia handed over thousands of files and samples from its Moscow anti-doping laboratory in January, a key condition for its reinstatement by WADA in 2018.

Sportswear giant Nike shuts down Oregon Project training group over coach Alberto Salazar's four-year ban
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Sportswear giant Nike shuts down Oregon Project training group over coach Alberto Salazar's four-year ban

Nike said on Friday it plans to shut down its Oregon Project training group after top athletics coach Alberto Salazar was banned for four years for doping.