No 'meaningful' link between therapeutic use exemptions and winning Olympic medals, reveals WADA study
WADA said on Thursday a study it conducted showed there is no meaningful association between an athlete having a therapeutic use exemption and winning an Olympic medal.
Tokyo Olympics 2020: Tournament surpasses $3.0 billion in domestic sponsorship revenues as companies continue to line up
The IOC’s Coordination Commission chief for Tokyo, John Coates, said local sponsorship agreements were up to 62 companies for all three tiers of sponsorship arrangements
Tokyo Olympics 2020: Thailand bars weightlifters from participating in international competition amidst doping investigations
In response, the Thai Amateur Weightlifting Association said it was launching an investigation into the doping ring and will not send athletes to compete at the international level
IAAF World Championships 2017: Reigning long jump champion Greg Rutherford ruled out due to ankle injury
Britain's Greg Rutherford has been ruled out of the World Championships in London after the defending long jump champion suffered an ankle injury.
Morris had volunteered for the London 2012 Olympics for the first time in his life and had enjoyed it thoroughly, so he decided to go back in Rio.
Anil Punia has supported his wife Seema Punia through Athens 2004 and London 2012 and is now here to lend moral and psychological support to the discus thrower so that she can improve further.
Saudi Arabia's delegation will include four women, an unprecedented number for a country where women's rights are severely restricted, at the Rio Olympics.
India's best hope will rest on the women's team event which will see archers Deepika Kumari, Laishram Bombayla Devi and Laxmi Rani Majhi lining up together.
Russia on Friday made a last-ditch bid to avoid a blanket ban at the Rio Games over state-run doping as a fresh batch of drug test failures from Beijing 2008 and London 2012 rocked the Olympics.
London 2012 chief Sebastian Coe said it would be "delusional" to think the Games may have been the dirtiest in history in the wake of positive drugs tests.
Not looking too far ahead towards the Rio Olympics, national badminton coach Pullela Gopichand said on Wednesday that there were a few top-notch tournaments for self-analysis before the mega event.
'Shameful wake-up call': IAAF slaps provisional ban on Russia for doping cover-ups; could miss out on Rio 2016
Russian Sports Minister Mutko said before the council meeting to stress that Moscow was ready to "create a new anti-doping organisation" were the IAAF or WADA to demand it.
The report from a WADA commission that has been probing media allegations of widespread doping and deception in Russia — host of soccer's next World Cup — said even the country's intelligence service, the FSB, was involved
The crisis engulfing IAAF first erupted with allegations of doping aired in a German TV documentary in December 2014.
A combined British soccer team could take part in next year's Rio de Janeiro Olympics after the English Football Association signalled its intent to enter the qualification process.
Mascots from other editions of the Summer Olympic Games (L-R) Fu Niu Lele (Beijing 2008), Wenlock (London 2012), Misha (Moscow 1980), Mandeville (London 2012) and Athena (Athens 2004) pose for pictures at the International airport in Rio.