World Athletics’ Russia task force has until 30 September to make any changes it sees fit before RusAF implements it.
Russia's sports ministry wants World Athletics to allow their athletes to compete even if $5 million fine isn't paid
Russia edged closer to a new fight with World Athletics after the sports ministry said its leading athletes must be allowed to compete internationally even if a $5 million fine isn't paid.
Russian Athletics Federation responds to doping forgery charges against country's leading track and field athletes
Russia has responded to charges that leading track officials in the country helped forge documents to give an athlete an alibi for missing doping tests, the Athletics Integrity Unit said on Friday.
WADA's first president Dick Pound lays out agency's three significant achievements ahead of its 20th anniversary
In spite of the problems that Pound sees in cleaning up the sport, the Canadian is genuinely proud of the work and achievements of WADA, especially the World Anti-Doping Code
Russia was barred from international competition in 2015 over a vast state-run doping conspiracy.
Russia was barred from international competition in 2015 over a vast state-run doping conspiracy but athletes subsequently deemed clean have been allowed to compete as neutrals.
Tokyo Olympics 2020: Sports Analytics Company Gracenote Sports predicts USA to top medal's tally, hosts Japan to come third
Gracenote Sports has a 100 per cent record in its analysis as it has predicted correctly for the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics and the 2016 Rio Olympics
Russia’s athletics federation was suspended in November 2015 after a report commissioned by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) found evidence of widespread doping in the sport.
Russian Athletics Federation strip race walker Alexander Ivanov of world championship gold after being found guilty of doping
Race walker Alexander Ivanov's 2013 world championship gold passes to China's Chen Ding, and he also loses a 2014 European Championship silver medal.
12 Russian athletes suspended for doping, 2012 Olympics high-jump champion Ivan Ukhov stripped of gold medal
CAS had been ruling in the cases in place of the suspended Russian Athletics Federation (RUSAF), and pursued allegations of anti-doping based on evidence from the McLaren report
The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA)has said athletes could escape a ban for taking meldonium because it does not know for sure how long it takes the substance to leave the body.