The hacker group Fancy Bears leaked documents pertaining to England runner Mo Farah without any verifiable, pertinent information, but the media reported it anyways.
What a coincidence: a hacking group widely believed to be linked to the Russian government just so happened to recently leak many TUEs. Huh.
News report out of Germany once again illustrates the IOC's and WADA's inconsistencies toward Clenbuterol.
Mamadou Sakho was Liverpool's starting centerback. Then he tested positive for a banned substance. Or so we thought.
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.
On Tuesday, Congress's Oversight and Investigations subcommittee will hold a hearing regarding anti-doping in sports. But with little ability to make changes to the system, it's not exactly clear what they hope to accomplish.
Manchester City's £35,000 fine says an awful lot about English soccer's anti-doping system.
This is your anti-doping system, right here.
The international sporting community is just as incapable of rationally discussing doping as they are at preventing it.
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.
Melania Trump is accused of plagiarism following her speech at the RNC, a 17-year-old Afghan refugee has been accused of carrying out an ax and knife attack on a train in Germany, and more.
Universities and other organizations are now considering the ethics of using nootropics and other "smart drugs."