The Sports Media Became Puppets For A Hacker Group Last Week
The hacker group Fancy Bears leaked documents pertaining to England runner Mo Farah without any verifiable, pertinent information, but the media reported it anyways.
Did The IOC "Bury" Positive Jamaican Sprinter Doping Tests? It's Complicated
News report out of Germany once again illustrates the IOC's and WADA's inconsistencies toward Clenbuterol.
How Mamadou Sakho Fell Victim To Drug Testing’s Gray Areas
Mamadou Sakho was Liverpool's starting centerback. Then he tested positive for a banned substance. Or so we thought.
We Asked Veteran Track & Field Athletes How To Possibly Fix The Doping Problem
Surely, many reasoned, the Russian doping scandal would prompt real reform. Only six months after the Olympics, nothing much has changed and athletes are getting fed up.
Whereabouts Violations Reveal Larger Flaws of English Soccer's Anti-Doping Efforts
Manchester City's £35,000 fine says an awful lot about English soccer's anti-doping system.
Kazakhstan Biathlon Team Raided For Suspicion of Doping Cleared to Compete
This is your anti-doping system, right here.
Chill the Fuck Out, Doping Is Not That Big a Deal
The international sporting community is just as incapable of rationally discussing doping as they are at preventing it.
Anti-Doping Testing in Rio Was a Spectacular Clusterfuck, According to Report
The anti-doping program during the Rio Olympics "would have almost certainly collapsed…in the face of great difficulties" without the extraordinary effort of the doping control workforce, according to a recently released report.
Are You a Cheater If You're Using Smart Drugs to Get Ahead?
Universities and other organizations are now considering the ethics of using nootropics and other "smart drugs."
The Battle Between Professional Sports and the Intersex Community
Where else is the divide between male and female so clearly defined than in professional sport?