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British Runner Ban For Two Years

The British long distance runner, Luke Traynor has been handed two years ban for taking cocaine use having served 13 months to date. He faced four years away but got safe by UKAD after noted his ‘timely admission’ of the violation and finding out that the doping is not for performance-enhancing. The Scot failed a […]

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UK Anti-Doping To Ramp Up Testing By Exploring New Method

Speaking on the day Uk Anti-Doping Agency (Ukad) launched its Clean In Quarantine Campaign, the head of Ukad, Nicole Sapstead has revealed that talks were under way on how to ramp up testing again before sport resumes behind closed doors next month – including the possibility of doping control officers having to wear PPE equipment such […]

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Global Athlete Appeal WADA & AIU Over British Commonwealth Medalist’s Suspension

A global Athlete, a body representing all the global athletes have called on World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) and Athletics Integrity Unit (AIU) for appeal over 4 years suspension of British hammer thrower, Mark Dry. Dry was provisionally suspended by the UK Anti-Doping Agency (UKAD) a year ago, receiving a charge of “tampering or attempted tampering […]

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Intrigued As Sarah Rowell Salazar’s Inquiry Was Released To UK Anti-Doping A Day After Resignation

The UK Athletics internal inquiry into Mo Farah’s relationship with Alberto Salazar which was led by Sarah Rowell was today released to UK Anti- Doping Agency which have repeatedly request of it. Only yesterday it was announced that Sarah Rowell, who led the the said internal investigation, is to step down from the UK Athletics […]