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Weightlifting - 27 Feb 2009 - Anti-doping
Upon the personal invitation of Dr. Tamás Aján, IWF President, WADA President John Fahey and Director General David Howman paid a 20-hour visit to Budapest on 25 February.
Softball - 12 Feb 2009 - Federations & NOCs
Lausanne, Switzerland; February 11th 2009: With the sport about to embark on a schedule for this calendar year laden with regional and international tournaments around the world, the European Softball Federation (ESF) concluded its Congress in Lausanne this past weekend with International Softball Federation (ISF) President Don Porter reaffirming the sport’s commitment to keeping softball doping-free.
Softball - 05 Sep 2008 - Anti-doping
Plant City, Fl, USA; 5th September 2008: International Softball Federation President Don Porter today hailed his sport for setting Olympic standards in the fight against doping after results confirmed another drug free international softball competition.
Conferences - 03 Apr 2008
Sporting organisations hold increasing amounts of sensitive personal data, ranging from fan and spectator data to detailed information about athletes such as whereabouts information and doping test results. World Sports Law Report is organising a full-day briefing examining these and other issues around data protection in sport, including the protection of children in sport, and fan and spectator privacy at sporting events.
Conferences - 25 Mar 2008
Sporting organisations hold increasing amounts of sensitive personal data, ranging from fan and spectator data to detailed information about athletes such as whereabouts information and doping test results. World Sports Law Report is organising a full-day briefing examining these and other issues around data protection in sport, including the protection of children in sport, and fan and spectator privacy at sporting events.
Athletics - 20 Mar 2008
The IAAF has today released the detailed statistics of its 2007 anti-doping programme including testing numbers, concluded positive cases and a list of athletes tested out-of-competition.
Rowing - 11 Feb 2008
The FISA Executive Committee is assessing the latest situation with the Russian Rowing Federation in which nine anti-doping code violations have taken place in a twelve-month period. The results of this assessment could be the suspension of the entire Russian Rowing Federation for up to four years.
Rowing - 29 Jan 2008
FISA’s Executive Committee convened a hearing to consider the status of the Russian Rowing Federation after seven of their rowers had been banned from the sport for having committed anti-doping rule violations during a twelve month period.
Olympics - 25 Jan 2008
The Presidents of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), Jacques Rogge, and of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), the Hon. John Fahey, met today at the IOC headquarters in Lausanne, to discuss cooperation between the two organisations and enhanced strategies in the fight against doping in sport.
Rowing - 17 Jan 2008
FISA, the International Rowing Federation, today announced that a further three Russian rowers have been suspended because of anti-doping code violations which took place in July 2007.
Conferences - 16 Jan 2008
Sport’s leaders and partners of sporting organisations will address the threat that doping and betting pose to the commercial success of sport at Integrity In Sport: Doping, Betting & Contractual Risk Management, a World Sports Law Report event, hosted at the London offices of Charles Russell LLP on 21 January.
Conferences - 14 Jan 2008
Sport’s leaders and partners of sporting organisations will address the threat that doping and betting pose to the commercial success of sport at Integrity In Sport: Doping, Betting & Contractual Risk Management, a World Sports Law Report event, hosted at the London offices of Charles Russell LLP on 21 January.
Conferences - 10 Jan 2008
Sport’s leaders and partners of sporting organisations will address the threat that doping and betting pose to the commercial success of sport at Integrity In Sport: Doping, Betting & Contractual Risk Management, a World Sports Law Report event, hosted at the London offices of Charles Russell LLP on 21 January.
Baseball - 18 Dec 2007
The International Baseball Federation (IBAF) announced on Monday the appointment of Nicki Vance as the federation’s new Anti-Doping Manager.
19 Nov 2007
Third World Conference on Doping in Sport concludes with a resolution accepting revisions to strengthen the World Anti-Doping Code and bolster the fight to protect athlete health and the integrity of sport.
15 Nov 2007
More than 1,500 Representatives Convene at Historic Third World Conference, Debate Future Strategies and Revise World Anti-Doping Code.
Conferences - 01 Nov 2007
Dick Pound, the outgoing chairman of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) and former vice president of the International Olympic Committee, will make his last public address in that role tomorrow when he delivers the keynote speech at the FT Sport Industry Summit 2007.
Games - 30 Oct 2007
The Sri Lankan capital city, Colombo, will welcome more than 400 delegates from the Commonwealth’s 71 nations and territories when it hosts the Commonwealth Games Federation’s General Assembly from November 5 to 9.
24 Sep 2007
The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has announced that its Executive Committee has approved the List of Prohibited Substances and Methods for 2008.
Athletics - 21 Sep 2007
The IAAF is pleased to confirm that the 11th IAAF World Championships in Athletics, Osaka 2007, saw the implementation of the largest ever anti-doping programme at an athletics event.
Rowing - 30 Aug 2007
The International Rowing Federation (FISA) announced this morning that three athletes, Vladimir Varfolomeev and Denis Moiseev from the Russian lightweight men’s double and Svetlana Fedorova from the Russian women’s eight have been declared ineligible for a period of two years for a violation of Article 2.2 of these Anti-Doping Bye-Laws; Use of a Prohibited Method.
Rowing - 29 Aug 2007
A FISA Doping Hearing Panel decided yesterday that three rowers had committed violations of the Anti-Doping provisions of the FISA Rules of Racing.
Athletics - 23 Aug 2007
On the second and final day of the 46th IAAF Congress (22 – 23 Aug), which is being held in the Osaka Grand Cube Conference Centre, the following statement was endorsed by Congress which is the highest decision making body of the IAAF.
Athletics - 03 Aug 2007
Monte-Carlo - The 11th IAAF World Championships in Athletics will be subject to the largest Anti-Doping Programme ever conducted by the IAAF - including both drug testing and educational activities.
24 Jul 2007
The British Olympic Association (BOA) has announced the formation of a major enquiry into Anti Doping in Sport with a broad mandate to a newly-formed Commission to make recommendations to improve and strengthen British anti-doping controls before the 2012 Olympic Games in London.
24 May 2007
World Anti Doping Agency President Dick Pound has praised the International Rugby Board on its stance against drugs in sport and for the comprehensive and professional delivery of its Anti-Doping programmes.
Olympics - 13 Apr 2007
Lisbon, Portugal, April 12, 2007 – Sochi 2014 reaffirms its commitment to the war against doping with Bid Supervisory Board member and Chairman of the Federal Agency for Physical Training and Sports Vyacheslav Fetisov leading the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) Athlete Committee meeting in Lisbon, Portugal, tomorrow.
03 Apr 2007
Montreal, 2 April 2007 - The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) today expressed its great concern and disappointment following a serious breach of confidentiality that occurred as part of the FINA World Championships in Melbourne, Australia.
Swimming - 02 Apr 2007
Melbourne (AUS), March 31, 2007 – Following the report by a sector of the foreign media, FINA confirms that an appeal has been lodged to CAS (Court of Arbitration for Sport) on a doping control test conducted by ASADA (Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority).
Athletics - 27 Mar 2007
Mombasa - During it’s meeting in Mombasa, Kenya, the IAAF Council has re-affirmed its call for an increase in doping sanctions to 4 years for the next version of the World Anti-doping Code which will be ratified in November 2007
01 Mar 2007
ICC Chief Executive Officer Malcolm Speed today confirmed the ICC’s intention to target test players for banned substances during the forthcoming ICC Cricket World Cup in the Caribbean.
Olympics - 09 Feb 2007
Salzburg, 08 February 2007: Today we have learned that Walter Mayer has dropped legal actions against Dr. Jacques Rogge, IOC President, and Dick Pound, Chairman of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) and IOC member.
16 Jan 2007
As part of our consultation process provide at the Web link below the First Draft Revision of the World Anti-Doping Code (Code) for your review and comment.
05 Jan 2007
Montreal, January 3, 2007 – WADA has published online its January update on the World Anti-Doping Code (Code) Review & Consultation.
Cricket - 19 Dec 2006
The International Cricket Council (ICC) today endorsed the World Anti-Doping Agency’s (WADA) decision to appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) against the lifting of the bans on Pakistan players Shoaib Akhtar and Mohammed Asif.
Olympics - 13 Dec 2006
Sochi, Russia, December 12, 2006 – Sochi 2014, Russia’s Bid to host the 2014 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games, got a significant boost as Russia’s Lower house of Parliament endorsed an International Convention Against Doping in Sport making the country’s laws on a par with Olympic federations.
Olympics - 15 Nov 2006
South Korea launched its new national anti-doping organization, the Korean Anti-Doping Agency (KADA), at an inaugural meeting held on 2 November.
Cricket - 06 Nov 2006
Adherence to Spirit of Cricket and continued strong stance against drugs in sport through WADA compliance among the many plusses.
Cricket - 31 Oct 2006
ICC Chief Executive Malcolm Speed said: “The current ICC Champions Trophy is our first tournament since we became signatories to the WADA Code and it has presented us with some challenging issues.
Cricket - 18 Oct 2006
ICC Chief Executive Officer Malcolm Speed today urged every ICC Full Member not already conducting regular drug tests on its players to do so in order to ensure the sport stays on top of the issue.
Cycling - 18 Oct 2006
During its General meeting of October 14, 2006, which was held in the Grand Hotel di Como, the CPA put on the agenda the discussed declarations that its President Francesco Moser made during an interview with the television
Cricket - 17 Oct 2006
ICC Chief Executive Malcolm Speed today made the following comments after the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) announced that it was withdrawing two players, Shoaib Akhtar and Mohammad Asif, from the ICC Champions Trophy following positive drugs tests.
03 Oct 2006
Lyon, October 2, 2006 - Interpol, the world’s largest police organization, and the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) have committed to work together to identify areas for collaboration in combating the use of performance-enhancing drugs in sport.
18 Sep 2006
The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) announced today that its Executive Committee approved the List of Prohibited Substances and Methods for 2007.
Athletics - 13 Sep 2006
The IAAF is pleased to report that all doping control tests conducted at the recently completed IAAF World Junior Championships in Beijing (15-20 August) have returned negative results.
Athletics - 25 Aug 2006
Monte-Carlo - In light of the Media interest surrounding the Justin Gatlin (USA) case and the misreporting of statements made by IAAF representatives, the IAAF wishes to clarify the situation:
Athletics - 10 Aug 2006
The IAAF wishes to confirm that it is investigating, in conjunction with its partner, the United States Anti-Doping Agency, the activities of coach, Trevor Graham.
24 Jul 2006
UK Sport, the National Anti-Doping Organisation for the UK, has today announced that the Football Association (FA), England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB), Rugby Football Union (RFU) and Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) have all signed the National Governing Body (NGB) Agreement tying them up to the UK National Anti-Doping Policy. This means that all of the ‘Big Four’ governing bodies are committed to compliance with the World Anti-Doping Code.
Table tennis - 16 Jun 2006
ITTF is pleased to announce that all the samples collected during the Liebherr World Team Championships in Bremen were negative.
12 Jun 2006
FIFA’s objective is to ensure that the 2006 FIFA World Cup™ is a football festival free of doping.
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