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Friday, Apr 9

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Behind new law, the FBI is getting into anti-doping, but not everyone wants the help

The FBI was ramping up its anti-corruption efforts even before the Rodchenkov Act passed, but some international entities question its jurisdiction.

Wednesday, Apr 7

19

Russian former indoor 1,500 metres champion gets eight-year doping ban

The distance runner has been retired for almost a decade but some of her results will be expunged

Saturday, Apr 3

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UK Anti-Doping allowed two Team GB Olympians to investigate themselves after positive steroid tests

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MoS INVESTIGATION: UK Anti-Doping accepted evidence from two British 2012 Olympians, hurdler Rhys Williams and runner Gareth Warburton, who tested positive for steroids in summer 2014, that they were the victims of supplement contamination…

Wednesday, Mar 31

British riders had doping samples retested as ex-Team Sky doctor Richard Freeman faced his tribunal

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The rise comes as Freeman was struck off the medical register last month. He was found guilty of ordering banned testosterone in 2011 'knowing or believing' it was to dope a rider.

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UK Anti-Doping Agency increases retesting of British cyclists' samples

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A fresh wave of retesting is under way on the blood and urine samples of British cyclists after Richard Freeman, the former British Cycling and Team Sky doctor, was found guilty of ordering banned testosterone for a rider.

Sunday, Mar 28

12

UK Anti-Doping ‘investigated by Wada for letting British Cycling conduct its OWN doping probe on rider’

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UK ANTI-DOPING is under investigation by the World Anti-Doping Agency after they allowed British Cycling to conduct its own doping probe into a cyclist, according to reports. A British rider’s sample from an out-of-competition test in late…

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Wada investigates Ukad for letting British Cycling conduct doping probe

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UK Anti-Doping has been placed under formal investigation by the World Anti-Doping Agency for allowing British Cycling to conduct its own inquiry regarding one of its riders in the leadup to the London Olympics in 2012, according to…

World Anti-Doping Agency launches investigation over 'concerning' British Cycling allegations

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UK Anti-Doping (UKAD) is under investigation by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA).

Saturday, Mar 27

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How our own drug busters allowed British Olympians to avoid crucial doping probe

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MAIL ON SUNDAY INVESTIGATION: Today, yet again, the achievements of Britain's cyclists will be viewed through a different prism with British Cycling under the spotlight.

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UK Anti-Doping investigated after British Cycling conducted their OWN drug probes at London 2012

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EXCLUSIVE: The news follows an investigation by the Mail on Sunday into events before London 2012 when UKAD effectively let British Cycling conduct their own private probe following an anomalous test by a rider.

Monday, Mar 15

11

Fifa opens cases against three Russian players for suspected doping violations

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Fifa has opened disciplinary cases against three Russian footballers for suspected doping violations in 2013, the Russian Football Union reportedly said on Monday.

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Fifa opens cases against three Russian players over suspected doping violations

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Report said the footballers in question – two men, one woman – had not played for Russia’s senior national teams

Saturday, Mar 13

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Team Sky's head coach Shane Sutton raised concerns Chris Froome might be doping in 2012

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Sutton's bombshell allegations, made to Team Sky supremo Dave Brailsford and team psychiatrist Steve Peters, were wholly unsubstantiated, and remain so.

Friday, Mar 12

12

Ex-Team Sky doctor Richard Freeman found guilty of ordering banned testosterone ‘knowing or believing’ it was for doping

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FORMER Team Sky and British Cycling medic Dr Richard Freeman ordered testosterone knowing or believing it was to be given to a rider for the purposes of doping, a tribunal has found. Dr Freeman admitted 18 of 22 charges against him…

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World anti-doping agency launch investigation into whether F1 team Haas’ new Russia-style livery breaks rules

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THE WORLD ANTI-DOPING AGENCY (WADA) are investigating whether the Haas F1 team’s new livery breaks the rules. The American team have opted for a red, white and blue paint job that bears a striking resemblance to the Russian flag. The…

Monday, Mar 8

09

US anti-doping boss who busted Lance Armstrong believes banned swimmer Shayna Jack is innocent

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The US Anti-Doping Agency boss who brought down seven-time Tour De France champion has leapt to Shayna Jack's defence as the Queenslander's fight to clear her name continues.

Monday, Mar 1

21

Athletics doping: Plan for Russia's readmittance to World Athletics approved

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Russia moves closer to having its suspension from World Athletics for doping offences lifted after the sport's international governing body approves plans for reform.

Thursday, Feb 25

18

Trainer who won £7.3m in world’s richest race yet to receive cash one year on due to alleged role in mass doping scheme

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THE trainer who won £7.3million in the world’s richest race is still yet to receive the money due to his alleged involvement in a mass doping scheme. Jason Servis’ Maximum Security won the Saudi Cup in Riyadh in February last year. But the…

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Premier League starlet, 16, banned for NINE MONTHS over possession of growth hormone after anti-doping hearing

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AN unnamed 16-year-old Premier League footballer has been slapped with a nine-month ban for possession of a growth hormone. The starlet – who was 15 at the time at the offence last year – was found to be in possession of a pen-type…

Friday, Feb 19

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Irish trainer Charles Byrnes loses doping appeal after ‘inexcusable’ negligence

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The Viking Hoard doping case, in which a horse was nobbled with an overdose of the tranquilliser acepromazine (ACP) in Ireland in October 2018, concluded on Thursday when the trainer Charles Byrnes lost his appeal against a six-month ban…