Doping

Kenya Found Non-Compliant With Antidoping Rules

The East African nation's participation at the upcoming Olympic Games in Rio is in jeopardy.

Abeba Aregawi, 9 Ethiopian Athletes Under Investigation For Doping

Sweden's Abeba Aregawi recently failed a doping test in her native Ethiopia and is provisionally suspended.

Letter Reveals Chinese State-Sponsored Doping Program In 1990s

An unpublished letter by athletes from "Ma's Army" could have massive implications on many track and field records.

What Motivates Some Runners To Cheat?

A look at what compels an age-grouper or an elite amateur to risk their health and/or reputation.

New WADA Report Says Corruption ‘Embedded’ In IAAF

The 89-page report reveals evidence of more wrongdoing by IAAF leadership.

Ultrarunning at a Crossroads: Is There a Growing Doping Problem on the Trails?

As the sport emerges from its grassroots beginnings, it finds itself at a rather challenging inflection point.

Report: Kenyan Marathoners Accused of Paying Bribes To Lessen Doping Bans

The country's athletics program is coming under an increasing amount of scrutiny.

IAAF Provisionally Suspends Russia From International Competition

As of right now, the country is not eligible for next summer's Olympic Games.

WADA Report Reveals Evidence of Widespread Russian Doping Program

The organization is suggesting that the IAAF remove Russia from taking part in international competition.

Paula Radcliffe ‘Categorically Denies’ Cheating After Doping Inquiry

The marathon world record holder goes on the defensive in strongly worded 1,700-word statement.

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