Banned Russian race walking coach Viktor Chegin still working with athletes at training camps, says RUSADA official
In 2018 five Russian race walkers were stripped of their clearance to compete internationally as neutrals pending further investigation of their participation in a training camp with Chegin in Kyrgyzstan
Tokyo Olympics 2020: Clean Russian athletes should be allowed to compete as Independent Olympic Participants, says historian Bill Mallon
It is a designation used for athletes from Yugoslavia in 1992, and one that Mallon thinks offers a good road map of how to issue Russia a meaningful punishment without imposing a blanket ban
Tokyo Olympics 2020: RUSADA confirms appeal against WADA's four-year ban for manipulation of doping data
The Russian anti-doping agency, known as RUSADA, sent a formal letter Friday disagreeing with the sanctions imposed earlier this month by the World Anti-Doping Agency
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.
Russia will not be able to play at the 2022 World Cup as an official Russian side following doping sanctions that bar the country from major sporting events for four years, the World Anti-Doping Agency said.
WADA on Monday approved the recommendation to ban Russia from all major sporting events for the next four years.
WADA's executive board meeting on Monday could bar Russia from hosting major sports events for four years and force Russian athletes to compete as neutrals at events including next year's Olympics.
In five-page letter, Yuri Ganus, head of Russian anti-doping agency RUSADA, said the country needed to dismiss all national team coaches and create an international working group to help investigate doping cases in the country.
Tokyo Olympics 2020: IOC assures progress, says things moving quickly towards conclusion of long-drawn Russian doping saga
The IOC is unclear about the next steps in a Russian doping saga that has dragged on since 2015 and tarnished several Olympics, including the Rio Games in 2016 and the Pyeongchang Winter Games last year
Tokyo Olympics 2020: Russia high jumper Ilya Ivanyuk says country being scrutinised too much for doping
The 26-year-old Ivanyuk referred to American doping controversies, including missed tests by Christian Coleman, world champion in the 100 metres
Inside Russia's failed doping cover-up and its efforts to discredit whistleblower Grigory Rodchenkov
In the years since a whistleblower implicated Russia in one of the most sophisticated doping schemes in sports history, the country has made repeated efforts to discredit him
Tokyo Olympics 2020: IOC furious over Russia's attempt at tainting lab data, says will back 'toughest sanctions'
Condemning Russian state authorities on Tuesday, the International Olympic Committee says their latest cheating attempt in a years-long doping scandal is an insult to the sports world.
WADA sanctions another effort to sideline Russia in 'every sphere of international life', says Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov
The Russian foreign minister cast calls for new anti-doping sanctions on Russian sports as one more Western effort to sideline Russia on Tuesday.
The head of Russia’s Olympic Committee on Monday called for a full overhaul in the leadership of the country’s suspended athletics federation after the sport’s global governing body halted its reinstatement process.
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
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.
Russia's anti-doping tzar Yuri Ganus on Wednesday blasted the "irresponsible and destructive actions" of Moscow authorities he accuses of doctoring key data handed over to the World Anti-Doping Agency.
RUSADA chief Yuri Ganus expects Russia's doping crisis to worsen, country be slapped with lengthy Olympic ban
Russia's anti-doping chief is predicting a lengthy Olympic ban for the national squad, lashing out at Moscow authorities who he says handed over falsified lab data to international investigators.
Russia's anti-doping agency chief Yuri Ganus claims Moscow lab data has been intentionally manipulated
Russia's anti-doping agency chief Yuri Ganus believes data handed from the Moscow laboratory to the World Anti-Doping Agency has been intentionally manipulated, he told German magazine Der Spiegel on Wednesday, and expects tough punishment.
Russian Anti-Doping Agency CEO Yuri Ganus expects 'significant restrictions' from WADA over allegations of data tampering
If WADA rules it's yet another Russian doping cover-up of data which was supposedly secure in the Russian state's custody new rules could mean tougher sanctions than ever before