Hacker Discovers Way to Cheat in Zwift, the Virtual Bike Racing Exercise Game
Security researcher Brad Dixon found a way to cheat Zwift, the half-game half-cycling trainer, into thinking he's a superstar athlete.
Scientists Say Chemical Found in Spinach Is Basically a Steroid, Should Be Banned for Athletes
Tired: blaming boner pills for your doping allegations. Wired: blaming a salad!
An Ex-Pro Soccer Player Explains How Easy It Is to Dope
"I was only tested once throughout my entire career, while some players I knew were never tested at all."
The Treachery of T-Shirts
Russian Sledder in "I Don't Do Doping" Shirt Busted for Doping
Olympic athlete Nadezhda Sergeeva tested positive for a banned heart medication. This is a huge surprise. She had the shirt and everything.
Russia Banned from 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea
As a penalty for a systemic doping scheme, the Russian flag will not fly and the national anthem will not be played in Pyeongchang next February.
Iditarod Dogs Test Positive for Opioids
FIDO-PING: Four-time winner Dallas Seavey had four dogs test positive for painkillers.
Coked-Up Greyhounds Are Still a Problem in the Dog-Racing Industry
Doping in the dog racing world has decreased in recent years, but it's still happening throughout the UK and Ireland.
In Search of Lance Armstrong's Staunchest Supporters
More than four years after publicly admitting to doping, Lance Armstrong remains an outcast in the cycling world. But some of his supporters have stayed loyal to the disgraced American. What has kept them on side through so much turmoil?
Report: Entire Russian 2014 World Cup Squad to Face FIFA Doping Investigation
A total of 34 players—including the 23 from Brazil—are said to be under investigation after several "irregularities" were found in their urine samples.
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Alberto Salazar Denies Doping Allegations
The Nike Oregon Project leader, who has come under fire recently for reported doping violations, strongly denied any wrongdoing.
Maria Sharapova Won't Get a French Open Wild Card
Sharapova needed an invite to compete in the French Open after returning to tennis from a 15-month ban for doping, but the French Tennis Federation said 'non.'
What Maria Sharapova's Return Means for the WTA
Maria Sharapova is back from a 15-month doping ban, and given the current landscape of the WTA Tour, she may be back on top of women's tennis sooner rather than later.