Johan Bruyneel who was involved in one of the biggest doping scandals in sport history, that helped Armstrong to seven Tour de France titles, has been banned from the sport for life after CAS increased his punishment.
The International Cricket Council will be introducing a sexual conduct charter at next month’s women’s World Twenty20 after officials were made aware of nine incidents in the past 18 months.
A decision in the case of the Rugby Football Union v Daniel Wells has been published by the National Anti-Doping Panel (NADP).
Sport Resolutions (SRUK) held its first breakfast roundtable event to discuss the evolution of dispute resolution in sport with honoured speakers Diane Modahl MBE and Vicente Modahl.
Tony Bellew has said he is now ‘struggling’ to cope after being tested for doping five times in seven weeks.
USA Gymnastics’ interim President and CEO Mary Bono, is being questioned on her new appointment by former Olympic gold medallist Aly Raisman, and other victims of the Nasser sex abuse scandal.
A new investment has been launched by UK Sport in aid of unfunded Olympic and Paralympic sports to help athletes reach the Tokyo 2020 games.
Welshman Jamie Jones has been suspended after being accused of participating in match-fixing.
Anucha Tongplew, Apisit Promchai and Chitchai Srililai, have been banned for life from officiating at or attending any professional tennis events, after being found guilty of match-fixing and betting offences.
On World Mental Health Day , UK Sport and the English Institute of Sport (EIS) have launched a new Mental Health Strategy to support the uncomfortable and high pressures that athletes may endure through high-performance sport.