Last week, Sport Resolutions came together with the project partners to discuss further steps in the "Teaching Awareness of Ethical Governance in Sport (TAGS)" project.
Former weightlifting world record holder Lin Tzu Chi, has been banned for 8 years for a second anti-doping rule violation.
After 20 years in the organisation Liz Nicholl has stepped down from her position in charge of British Sport.
Former president of the Animal Planet Channel, Susanna Dinnage has been appointed as the first female chief executive of the Premier League, replacing Richard Scudamore.
Former Manchester City and Arsenal player Samir Nasri is currently in talks with West Ham, as his 18-month doping ban comes to an end December 31st.
Everton have been banned from signing academy players (aged 10-18) for two years and fined £500,000 for breaching Premier League tapping-up rules.
Following an extremely troubling year for USA Gymnastics (USAG) after the Nasser sex abuse scandal, US Olympic Committee have anounced that athletes ‘deserve better’.
Our panel member Fenella Morris QC and Alexis Hearnden from 39 Essex Chambers look into the IAAF's new eligibility regulations for the Female Classification from a human rights perspective.
Our panel member Janie Soubliere has answered some questions we posed.
The emergency meeting in Washington hosted by ONDCP and Usada, brought together athletes and anti-doping campaigners to discuss how the World Anti-Doping Agency has ‘failed’ them.