Pakistan's swashbuckling opener Sharjeel Khan will appeal against the five-year ban imposed on him by the Anti-Corruption Tribunal of the Pakistan Cricket Board before an independent adjudicator, which will be appointed by the board.
IAAF chief Sebastian Coe understands Dutee Chand's plight, but says level-playing field needed for athletes
IAAF chief Sebastian Coe empathises with the plight of Indian sprinter Dutee Chand, whose career has been hit by the controversial 'gender testing' issue, but insists it needs to create a "level-playing field" for all athletes.
IAAF World Athletics Championships 2017: Dutee Chand must focus on training, not gender test, says Caster Semenya
Semenya, the Rio Olympics champion in women's 800m, feels sorry for Chand since the Indian, just like her, is facing a gender test row.
Sprinter Dutee Chand on Saturday got the confirmation to take part in the World Championships. Meanwhile, the top tribunal of international sports suspended the Hyperandrogenism policy of IAAF
Dutee Chand likely to participate in World Athletics Championships despite failing qualification standard
Dutee Chand's coach Nagpuri Ramesh said that she currently has a United Kingdom visa and she would be ready to take part in the World Championships
AAA president Dahlan Jumaan al-Hamad on Wednesday hoped the CAS will render a wise decision on Dutee Chand's case after the IAAF approached the CAS with more evidence in support of its hyperandrogenism policy.
Dope-tainted Narsingh Yadav admitted that his career would be over if the four-year ban imposed on him by the Court of Arbitration for Sports (CAS) is not reviewed and said that the country should take up his case as India lost out on an Olympic medal in 74kg category.
While handing down a four-year ban on Narsingh Yadav, the Court of Arbitration for Sports (CAS) has ruled that the wrestler failed to produce any "real evidence" regarding the sabotage theory he had advanced and the balance of probabilities was that he orally took the banned substance intentionally in tablet form on more than one occasion.
Disgraced after being ousted from the Olympics Village for flunking a dope test, Indian wrestler Narsingh Yadav "became unconscious" when he was slapped with a four-year ban by the Court of Arbitration for Sports (CAS).
In a stunning reversal of fortunes, Indian wrestler Narsingh Yadav was ousted from the Olympics and slapped with a four-year ban for flunking a dope test after Court of Arbitration for Sports overturned the clean chit given to him by the National Anti-Doping Agency.
The Indian contingent received a major boost after the CAS rejected the appeal by the WADA against the clean chit to star wrestler Narsingh Yadav.