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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.

Paula Radcliffe Wary On Publicly Releasing Blood Data

The marathon world-record holder says the data can be easily misunderstood and misinterpreted.

2012 Olympic 1,500m Gold Medalist Busted For Doping

Asli Cakir Alptekin has been stripped of her Olympic title and will serve an eight-year ban for blood doping.

WADA Launching Investigation Into Doping Claims

The investigation follows last week's report by German broadcaster ARD alleging suspicious blood values.

Liliya Shobukhova Officially Loses Chicago, London Marathon Titles

The Chicago Marathon and the World Marathon Majors want their prize money back.

Back-and-Forth Continues Between Alberto Salazar and His Accusers

Kara Goucher and Steve Magness respond to Alberto Salazar's lengthy open letter.

Alberto Salazar Issues Response To Oregon Project Allegations

Alberto Salazar responds to doping allegations made against him by the BBC, ProPublica, and former athletes and staff members.

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