dog racing

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.
Max Daly
Blown Olympic Dreams

The Catch-22 of Anti-Doping Testing For High School Athletes

Very few school districts have an anti-doping testing program. As a result, high school athletes and coaches who compete at national tournaments and meets where testing occurs are sometimes unfamiliar with the process.
Aaron Gordon

Juiced Up: Swole Ep. 3

Over the better part of this century, bodybuilders have increased the natural performance of their bodies by using artificial substances.
VICE Sport

Ben Johnson Endorses Betting App That Puts "the Roid into Android"

Australian anti-doping officials don't see the humor in a former Olympic gold medalist making light of his steroid bust.
Aaron Gordon
yakkin about baseball

Eric Thames Has Plenty Of Urine: Yakkin' About Baseball

PED suspicions, rowdy farmhands, Derek Jeter in a garish orange blazer—it's baseball season all right.
David Roth and David Raposa

The Cult: Anderson Silva

For a record 16 successive fights, Anderson Silva was undefeated in the Octagon. The Brazilian became the most feared man in the UFC, dispatching his opponents with an air of nonchalance. But, like all good things, Silva's streak could not last.
Tom Usher

Cows in Switzerland Could Be Given Acupuncture Instead of Antibiotics

Following the World Health Organisation’s warning that the overuse of antibiotics in meat causes antimicrobial resistance in humans, Swiss vets are trialling alternative medicine.
Daisy Meager
Bigger, Stronger, Faster

Strength Records Continue to Fall, But How Much Stronger Can Humans Get?

Strongmen like Game of Thrones’ Hafpor Bjornsson have pushed their bodies to the limit, but can other strength athletes go even further?
Oliver Lee Bateman

Hall of Fame Voters Shift on Steroids, But That Won't Help Sammy Sosa

Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens seem well-positioned to receive Hall of Fame voters' pardon over the next few years. Sammy Sosa has made no such progress.
Steven Goldman

Manny Ramirez, Steroids, and Having It Both Ways in the Hall of Fame

The question of how to handle known steroid users in Hall of Fame voting is a thorny one, but many voters have settled on a chronological distinction. It doesn't hold up.
Nathaniel Rakich

Mark Hunt Now Says He'll Sue Any Fighter Who Fights Him Under the Influence of PEDs

The Samoan heavyweight legend kicks his war against steroids up yet another notch.
Josh Rosenblatt

The Invincible, Vulnerable Lex Luger Belongs In The WWE Hall of Fame

Lex Luger looked like a classic pro wrestling beefcake, but the ways in which he was weird, honest, and different were what made him great. He deserves recognition.
Ian Williams