WADA to begin considering RUSADA reinstatement in December
WADA banned Russia from major sports events for four years in 2019 after finding doping data handed over from its Moscow laboratory had been manipulated.
WADA refers Kamila Valieva doping case to CAS
Last month, WADA warned the Russian Anti-Doping Agency to speed up its investigation into Valieva.
Commonwealth Games: WADA signs anti-doping agreement with CWG federation
The agreement between the two organisations is for four years.
Sports minister launches Made-in-India Anti-Doping test chemicals
With the creation of these Reference Materials, NDTL has earned itself the recognition of being one of the few labs in the world where such RMs have been developed
South African batter Zubayr Hamza provisionally suspended for failing out-of-competition dope test
Hamza's dope sample collected out-of-competition on 17 January this year has been found to contain Furosemide, a prohibited substance under the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) Code.
Beijing Winter Olympics 2022: Russian teenager Kamila Valieva allowed to skate again at Games
The International Olympic Committee said that if Valieva finished in the top three, it will not hold a medal ceremony until the doping issue was resolved.
Beijing Winter Olympics 2022: Kamila Valieva case 'catastrophic failure' of system, says USADA
Valieva, who played a starring role in helping Russia win team gold in Beijing on Monday, tested positive for the banned substance trimetazidine after competing at an event in Saint Petersburg on 25 December.
WADA report names India among the world's biggest doping violators
According to WADA, 152 (17 percent of the world total) Anti-doping Rule Violations (ADRVs) were reported in India in 2019
World Anti-Doping Agency revokes approval of Moscow anti-doping lab
World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) on Saturday announced that it has revoked approval of the Russian national anti-doping laboratory in Moscow to handle blood sample analysis
WADA warns Russian sporting authorities not to interfere in drug testing
WADA president Witold Banka met with Russian Sports Minister Oleg Matytsin in Turkey on Wednesday for talks on the future of the still-suspended Russian anti-doping agency, known as RUSADA.
World Anti-Doping Agency says it will review banned status of cannabis
World Athletics chief Sebastian Coe is among those who have backed calls for a cannabis review.
Tokyo Olympics 2020: After Ryan Murphy, fellow US swimmer Lilly King criticises presence of Russian athletes
King made her statements seated next to Ryan Murphy, another US swimmer who seemed to take aim this week at a country that has repeatedly run afoul of doping rules.
Tokyo Olympics 2020: 5,000 samples to be collected to tackle doping in Games
For Tokyo Games, both the testing and the sanctioning components of the anti-doping system will be independent of the IOC. The ITA and the Court of Arbitration for Sport Anti-doping Division (CAS ADD) will handle these respectively.
WADA says very rare for athlete to test positive for banned substance after contact with skin
WADA issued a statement ahead of a documentary by Germany's ARD television, days before the start of the Tokyo Olympics, that claims such an occurrence was proven in several cases in an experiment.
Tokyo Olympics 2020: American sprinter Sha'Carri Richardson to miss 100m after admitting to marijuana use
Speaking on US Olympic telecaster NBC's "Today" show, 21-year-old Richardson said she took marijuana to cope with "a state of emotional pain" after learning of the death of her biological mother from a reporter at the US Olympic trials last month in Eugene, Oregon.
Tokyo Olympics 2020: Swimmer Sun Yang to miss Games after four-year doping ban
Sun, who was banned for three months in 2014 for a separate doping offence, has always protested his innocence in the murky events of September 2018.
Russian hurdler Sergey Shubenkov cleared of doping charges in 'genuinely exceptional' case, says AIU
The 2015 world champion in the 110m hurdles had tested positive for acetazolamide, a masking agent, in an out-of-competition test in December 2020.
Testing dried blood spots 'very important step' in anti-doping, says WADA scientific director
The World Anti-Doping Agency on Friday approved an innovative method of screening dried blood for banned substances which will be trialled for the Tokyo Olympics
WADA president Witold Banka says new dried blood spot testing could be a real 'game-changer'
Dried blood spot testing – in which small samples are collected from a finger prick and blotted onto an absorbent card – could mark a new era in anti-doping, eventually allowing for more athletes to be targeted and more tests to be carried out, Banka said.
US Olympic, doping chiefs call for major WADA reforms with focus on greater transparency
The US groups call for an independent governance structure for WADA with no sport official being allowed to serve on WADA's executive committee, with that body to include "independent athletes and be empowered to discuss change impacting them and their colleagues."