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Olympic hurdles champion Brianna McNeal, serving second doping suspension, insists she’s ‘very clean’
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Olympic hurdles champion Brianna McNeal, serving second doping suspension, insists she’s ‘very clean’

The Athletics Integrity Unit said last month that McNeal had been suspended for "tampering" with part of a doping control.

US Olympic chief says decision to reduce Russia's doping ban 'angered and disappointed many'
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US Olympic chief says decision to reduce Russia's doping ban 'angered and disappointed many'

The statement Monday from Susanne Lyons was part of a newly concentrated effort by the federation to speak up about what it deems a global anti-doping system that it says is not fully protecting clean athletes.

Former Olympic champion Roland Schoeman faces extended ban over doping offence
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Former Olympic champion Roland Schoeman faces extended ban over doping offence

The South African was training to qualify for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics when he tested positive for GW501516 last year.

Court of Arbitration for Sport opens four-day hearing into Russian doping scandal
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Court of Arbitration for Sport opens four-day hearing into Russian doping scandal

The CAS panel of judges from Australia, France and Italy are unlikely to give a ruling for at least several weeks.

IOC says it's 'very worried' by IWF interim president Ursula Garza Papandrea's sudden ouster
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IOC says it's 'very worried' by IWF interim president Ursula Garza Papandrea's sudden ouster

The International Weightlifting Federation, though, has not commented on the situation and still lists Papandrea as interim president on its website.

World Athletics gives Russia five more months to fix ‘seriously deficient’ plan to combat doping in track and field
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World Athletics gives Russia five more months to fix ‘seriously deficient’ plan to combat doping in track and field

Track's world governing body said Russia's deadline was moved from 30 September to 1 March.

WFI asks wrestlers who failed dope tests to return medals won in Khelo India Games
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WFI asks wrestlers who failed dope tests to return medals won in Khelo India Games

Six men's freestyle wrestlers and as many Greco Roman wrestlers have failed the dope test.

Russian anti-doping body chief Yuri Ganus slams allegation of misappropriating agency funds as a ‘complete lie’
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Russian anti-doping body chief Yuri Ganus slams allegation of misappropriating agency funds as a ‘complete lie’

RUSADA director Yuri Ganus, who was appointed to the role in 2017, did not name who he thought might be behind the allegations of him misappropriating agency funds.

Investigation into International Weightlifting Federation finds doping cover-ups, millions of dollars in missing money
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Investigation into International Weightlifting Federation finds doping cover-ups, millions of dollars in missing money

An investigation into the International Weightlifting Federation (IWF) has found doping cover-ups and millions of dollars in missing money, lead investigator Richard McLaren said Thursday.

Three Pakistani medallists from 2019 South Asian Games flunk dope tests, face bans of up to four years
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Three Pakistani medallists from 2019 South Asian Games flunk dope tests, face bans of up to four years

Three Pakistani athletes, all medallists from the 2019 South Asian Games held in Nepal, have flunked dope tests and are facing bans up to four years, sources said on Monday.

WADA seek more funding from governments, IOC to boost budget for fight against doping
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WADA seek more funding from governments, IOC to boost budget for fight against doping

Even with sports shut down and little testing going on, World Anti-Doping Agency President Witold Banka is trying to convince governments to stump up extra funding in the fight against drug cheats.

FIFA expects Moscow laboratory data by May on Russian players involved in doping saga
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FIFA expects Moscow laboratory data by May on Russian players involved in doping saga

FIFA expects to get evidence from Moscow laboratory data this month that could expose doping by football players in Russia.

Tokyo Olympics 2020: Weightlifters from Thailand, Malaysia to miss rescheduled Games due to doping cases, confirms IWF
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Tokyo Olympics 2020: Weightlifters from Thailand, Malaysia to miss rescheduled Games due to doping cases, confirms IWF

Weightlifters from Thailand and Malaysia will miss the Tokyo Olympics after the sport’s governing body said on Saturday it had banned their athletes after a high number of doping cases.

Two Olympic gold medallists among four Russian track and field athletes charged with doping offences
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Two Olympic gold medallists among four Russian track and field athletes charged with doping offences

Two Olympic gold medalists were among four Russian track and field athletes charged with doping offenses.

UKAD to investigate boxer Tyson Fury's 2015 nandrolone case again after allegations of bribery surface
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UKAD to investigate boxer Tyson Fury's 2015 nandrolone case again after allegations of bribery surface

Britain’s anti-doping body is expected to look into allegations in a newspaper report in which a farmer said he was offered money to provide an alibi in support of Tyson Fury for a case involving the world heavyweight champion.

Tokyo Olympics 2020: Russian track team limited to 10 athletes for Games, national federation fined $10 million
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Tokyo Olympics 2020: Russian track team limited to 10 athletes for Games, national federation fined $10 million

Russia's track team was limited to 10 athletes for the Tokyo Olympics and the country's federation was fined $10 million by the sport's governing body on Thursday.

CAS lifts World Athletics' doping ban on American long jumper and sprinter Jarrion Lawson after finding no evidence of wrongdoing
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CAS lifts World Athletics' doping ban on American long jumper and sprinter Jarrion Lawson after finding no evidence of wrongdoing

The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) on Monday annulled the four-year ban imposed on Jarrion Lawson by the sport’s governing body World Athletics, following an appeal by the American long jumper and sprinter.

Sun Yang’s coach Denis Cotterell parts ways with tainted Chinese swimmer, says won’t support his appeal at Swiss court
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Sun Yang’s coach Denis Cotterell parts ways with tainted Chinese swimmer, says won’t support his appeal at Swiss court

Sun Yang’s coach Denis Cotterell has cut ties with the Chinese Olympic champion following the swimmer’s eight-year ban for doping, Australian media reported on Sunday.

Former Asian silver medallist Sumit Sangwan handed one-year ban by NADA for failing dope test
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Former Asian silver medallist Sumit Sangwan handed one-year ban by NADA for failing dope test

Former Asian silver medallist boxer Sumit Sangwan was on Thursday banned for one year by the National Anti-Doping Agency (NADA) for failing a dope test.

Russia blames doping whistleblower Grigory Rodchenkov for altering laboratory data meant for handover to WADA
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Russia blames doping whistleblower Grigory Rodchenkov for altering laboratory data meant for handover to WADA

Russia is blaming the World Anti-Doping Agency's star witness for modifying key laboratory data. His lawyer says that's nonsense.