Professional footballers like Wayne Rooney, Steven Gerrard and John Terry have joined forces with cricketers such as Andrew Flintoff to challenge World Anti-Doping Agency plans to make them inform drug-testers of their whereabouts for one hour of every day from Jan 1, 2009. The players are committed to anti-doping measures, but consider the new rules unworkable.
Olympic legend Carl Lewis has called on governments around the world to make the use of banned substances in sport a criminal offence.
Alessandro Petacchi is out of the Tour de France and the Olympics after the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) upheld his ban for a doping offence.
Leeds United have failed in their bid to claim back the 15 points they were deducted by the Football League.
John Fahey, the president of the World Anti-Doping Agency, yesterday said there would be no escape for athletes who use human growth hormone to enhance their medal prospects at this summer’s Olympics.
The bitter experience of her ban for missing drugs tests has changed the world 400 metres champion.
Any revelations Dwain Chambers might offer UK Sport on his drug-taking years will have to wait until the doubts surrounding his rugby league career are resolved.
Double amputee sprinter Oscar Pistorius is set to hear within the next three weeks whether he can compete at the Olympic Games in Beijing.
German cyclist Jan Ullrich has expressed his relief after an investigation into alleged doping fraud was dropped by Bonn prosecutors.
LAREDO, Tex. — When one of the most successful coaches in the history of track and field goes on trial next month in the long-running federal investigation into doping in sports