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French runner Ophelie Claude-Boxberger handed two-year suspension following protracted doping investigation
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French runner Ophelie Claude-Boxberger handed two-year suspension following protracted doping investigation

The 32-year-old middle-distance specialist had pleaded her innocence, telling a French Anti-Doping Agency (AFLD) independent disciplinary committee hearing on March 16 that her ex-father-in-law and assistant, Alain Flaccus, had injected her with EPO without her knowledge.

Rio Olympics 2016 steeplechase champion Jebet banned for four years after testing positive for EPO
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Rio Olympics 2016 steeplechase champion Jebet banned for four years after testing positive for EPO

Ruth Jebet, who competes for Bahrain, tested positive for the stamina-boosting drug EPO in a sample she gave in December 2017. She won the Olympic gold medal in 2016 and was the world record holder at the time she tested positive.

Russian 'identity fraud' runner Kseniya Savina handed 12-year ban for doping, says Athletics Integrity Unit
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Russian 'identity fraud' runner Kseniya Savina handed 12-year ban for doping, says Athletics Integrity Unit

When Russia was banned from international competition following revelations of massive state-backed doping, Savina's career appeared to be finished, until she took matters into her own hands

IAAF's Athletics Integrity Unit charges Russia's Ksenia Savina and husband for doping, using false identity to compete
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IAAF's Athletics Integrity Unit charges Russia's Ksenia Savina and husband for doping, using false identity to compete

The IAAF's Athletics Integrity Unit says runner Ksenia Savina and her husband have been charged in a doping case that includes allegations of "complicity" and tampering with a sample.

Performance-enhancing drug used by Lance Armstrong is not effective, suggests study
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Performance-enhancing drug used by Lance Armstrong is not effective, suggests study

Erythropoietin (EPO), a doping drug used by American cyclist Lance Armstrong which cost him seven Tour de France titles, may have little effect on performance of athletes, a study has found.

Greece's football federation spied on the national side's players and staff
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Greece's football federation spied on the national side's players and staff

Late last year FIFA appointed a normalisation committee to run the Greece's federation (EPO) and to revise regulations to bring them into line with FIFA standards.

Olympics 2016: Kenyan athletes face yet another doping storm ahead of Rio Games
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Olympics 2016: Kenyan athletes face yet another doping storm ahead of Rio Games

Athletics powerhouse Kenya are once again in the eye of a doping storm just a month out from the Olympic Games after the latest investigation by German television channel ARD and The Sunday Times.

Former Tour sprint champ Erik Zabel admits to extensive doping
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Former Tour sprint champ Erik Zabel admits to extensive doping

In an interview with Germany's daily Sueddeutsche Zeitung published Monday, Zabel said that was only "a small part of the truth" and he engaged in doping over "many years."

WADA urges football to conduct more EPO tests
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WADA urges football to conduct more EPO tests

Last week, Spain's anti-doping agency announced it was examining claims by a former president of Spanish team Real Sociedad that its players used performance-enhancing substances.

McAfee ToPS To Meet Security, Compliance Needs
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McAfee ToPS To Meet Security, Compliance Needs

The distinct feature of ToPS for Endpoint Advanced lies in the fact that it uses a single management platform to provide operational efficiencies and cost savings.