Doping

  • Photo: Thomas Søndergaard/Play the Game
    26.11.2017 /
    The formation of the World Anti Doping Agency in 1999 was hailed as a breakthrough in the global fight against drugs in sport. However, despite nations and sporting bodies agreeing to strict testing and compliance standards, the drug scandals have not gone away. Play the Game 2017 asked if WADA is fit for the future or whether it needs deep-seated reform.
  • Photo: Thomas Søndergaard/Play the Game
    26.11.2017 /
    Opening address at the 10th international Play the Game conference, 26 November 2017 in Eindhoven, the Netherlands
  • Photo: Joe Flintham/Flickr
    16.11.2017 /
    A WADA board today voted Russian anti-doping agency RUSADA non-compliant with the WADA Code.
  • Photo: US Army IMCOM/Flickr
    14.11.2017 /
    Analysis: What we are now witnessing in the field of doping is an unprecedented drama in the world of sports mirroring the drama we see in the world of international politics. And the big question is: what to do with Russia?
  • Photo: Bryan Allison/Flickr
    23.10.2017 /
    For over two decades, more than 10,000 Chinese athletes made extensive use of doping substances, according to former athlete physician.
  • Photo: Paul Wilkinson/Flickr
    11.10.2017 /
    Chief executive of World Olympians Association (WOA) asks athletes to be fitted with microchips in fight against doping.
  • Photo: Joe Flintham/Flickr
    04.09.2017 /
    The majority of doping usage goes under the radar, a newly released report indicates. According to the results, up to 45% of athletes, competing at two 2011 championships, claimed having taken performance enhancing drugs in the previous 12 months.
  • Photo: IK's World Trip/Flickr
    27.07.2017 /
    The International Network of Doping Research will host a conference on doping in sport and society in Aarhus on 24-25 August, 2017.

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