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Athletics

Coleman Appealed His Ban

Men’s world 100 metres champion Christian Coleman has appealed his two-year ban for breaching anti-doping whereabouts rules to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS).  The American missed tests on January 16 and December 9 2019, and was also charged with a filing error in connection with an attempted test on April 26. Coleman accepted […]

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Athletics

Athletics Integrity Unit Finally Appealled Against Dropping Of Salwa Naser’s Doping Case

Athletics Integrity Unit has made good of their threat as it announced on Thursday that it had appealed to the Court of Arbitration for Sport after the anti-doping charges against world 400 metre champion Salwa Eid Naser were dropped. Naser was charged with breaking whereabouts rules and provisionally suspended in June, but was cleared last […]

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Sports News

Court Of Arbitration Rubber Stamp Spanish Cyclist’s Four Years Ban

The controversial Spanish cyclist, Ibai Salas Zorrozua has been confirmed ban for four years by the Court Of Arbitration (CAS) on Tuesday 4. The 29 years cyclist was initially suspended for Athletes Biological Passport (ABP) abnomalities in 2018 but local Spain court of sport set aside the suspension which now made World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) […]

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Ban Triple Olympics Champion Sun Lauched two prongs Appeal To Overturn His Eight Years Ban

The three times Olympics Champion and 11- times World Swimming Champion, Chinese Sun Yang has lauched an intensive appeal to Swiss Federal Tribunal; as confirmed by his lawyer. The South China Morning Post reported that the Swiss Federal Tribunal has confirmed receiving Sun’s appeal. Sun is being represented by Fabrice Robert-Tissot from Bonnard Lawson, as well as […]

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Sports News

Court Of Arbitration Turns Spanish

The new change in Court Of Arbitration (CAS) is a cheering news to Spanish speaking countries who previously, could only request that a CAS arbitration be conducted in Spanish, even the request was subject to the agreement of all parties involved, as well as the arbitrators in charge. The CAS has now adopted Spanish as […]

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Weight Lifting

WADA Appalled Over Decadence Of Doping Cover-up In Weightlifting

World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) President Witold Bańka has declared that the organisation was “appalled” by the findings of McLaren’s team. The McLaren report revealed that doping positives had been covered up, athletes who should have been banned won medals at world and continental levels, and suspensions were deliberately delayed by Aján’s “meddling” and interference in […]

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Badminton

Badminton Federation Took It’s Own Doping Panel To CAS Over African Champion

Badminton World Federation (BWF) appeal to Court of Arbitration (CAS) against it’s own doping panel not to ban the five times African Champion, Mauritius Kate Foo Kune will be heard on May 27. No further details of the violation or nature of the offence have been revealed by the BWF. The case will be heard […]

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Swimming

Sun The thrice Olympics Champion Pushed To Overturn His Ban To Make Olympics

The eleven time World Champion and thrice Olympics Champion, Sun Yang has claimed that correct testing procedures were not adhered to and believed the drug tester was not fully accredited to take the blood. That was his submission as he made a last-ditch attempt for eligibility at the Tokyo Olympics by lodging an appeal against […]

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Sports News

WADA Concluded Doping Investigation Into 298 Russian Athletes

The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has announced that its Intelligence and Investigations Team (I&I) has completed its examination of 298 Russian athletes targeted through an ongoing Operation LIMS probe. Detailed case packages have now been provided to 28 Anti-Doping Organisations (ADOs), which comprises 27 International Federations and one Major Event Organisation. WADA’s I&I has been […]

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Covid-19: Russian Appealed For Lifing Of Ban As They Are Ready Host The World

Russia’s four-year doping ban should be thrown out by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) to prevent further damage to the Olympic Movement amid the coronavirus crisis, the country’s Sports Minister Oleg Matytsin has claimed. Matytsin said the International Olympic Committee, the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) and the CAS judges should “turn a new […]