Everything is on the line ahead of IWF Constitutional Congress, says USAW CEO

The ITA concludes investigation into a decade of rule violations in weightlifting, charges current and former IWF officials

Everything is on the line ahead of IWF Constitutional Congress, says USAW CEO

The ITA concludes investigation into a decade of rule violations in weightlifting, charges current and former IWF officials

OpEd - Taking a Pounding: A Stellar Clean Sport Careerist Who Said What People Thought

Ben Nichols, former Senior Media Relations Manager for WADA, on Dick Pound’s retirement from anti-doping.

WADA update on its follow-up of McLaren investigation into the International Weightlifting Federation

Wilson's World: Corruption Batters Sport

Stephen Wilson says corruption in Olympic sport is back on view with Diack trial and McLaren report on weightlifting.

WADA hands over priority athlete cases to Anti-Doping Organizations in Russia investigation

Russia Avoids WADA Penalty Despite Missed Deadline

(ATR) Russia will face no consequences for providing Moscow lab data late, but future sanctions aren't off the table.

WADA Retrieves Moscow Data

(ATR) WADA says it successfully retrieved data from the Moscow anti-doping lab, but now must authenticate it.

WADA Athletes Protest Russia Reinstatement

(ATR) Athletes keep up the pressure on a potential compromise between WADA and Russia. 

IOC Wrap: Bach on Russian Doping, Weightlifting, Boxing

(ATR) IOC president comments at Friday press conference on his meeting with Vladimir Putin last weekend in Moscow.

IOC Publishes First Full Decision From Oswald Commission

(ATR) Also: Five more Russian athletes banned for life from the Olympics by the IOC Disciplinary Commission.

IOC Sanctions Five Russian Athletes and Publishes First Full Decision as Part of the Oswald Commission Findings

IOC sanctions four Russian athletes and closes one case as part of Oswald Commission findings

WADA Publishes RUSADA Roadmap to Code Compliance

The Roadmap to Code Compliance outlines the reinstatement criteria that the RUSADA must fulfill. 

PyeongChang Decision Risks Russian Alienation

(ATR) Alexander Zhukov discusses the implications of a Russian PyeongChang ban and the state of its hockey team.

Russia Could Miss PyeongChang 2018 if Criteria Not Met by September, IPC Warns

The IPC has indicated that if the RPC does not meet its obligations in full by early September then there is a strong chance it will not be allowed into PyeongChang 2018. 

IOC Calls for Meeting with WADA and McLaren

(ATR) The IOC’s independent drug testing authority is unlikely to be fully in place by the PyeongChang Winter Olympics.

No Update From IOC Investigations Into Russia Doping

(ATR) The IOC is no nearer to bringing sanctions against Russia, which may include a ban from the PyeongChang Olympics.

CAS Rejects the Urgent Requests for Provisional Measures Filed by Five Russian Athletes

The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) has today rejected urgent requests for provisional measures filed by five Russian cross country skiers – Alexey Petukhov, Evgenia Shapovalova, Maxim Vylegzhanin, Alexander Legkov and Evgeniy Belov.

Calls for Russian Olympic Ban Grow Louder

(ATR) More voices join chorus of Olympic influencers seeking harsh punishments for Russian doping perpetrators.

IBSF Lifts the Provisional Suspension of Four Russian Skeleton Athletes After Hearing

Exclusive - IOC Delay in Punishing Russia for Doping Conspiracy

(ATR) IOC sanctions on Russia for Sochi 2014 doping scandal may come just weeks before PyeongChang 2018.

IBU Finds Replacement for Russian Host

(ATR) The International Biathlon Union awards the 2017 IBU Youth/Junior World Championships to Osrblie, Slovakia.

IAAF submits guidelines to RUSaF for Athletes Applying to Compete Internationally in 2017

The guidelines outline the criteria for permission to compete in international competitions as a neutral athlete.

IOC starts disciplinary procedures against 28 Russian athletes from Sochi 2014

Athletes Commend IBSF For Stripping Sochi of Hosting Duties

(ATR) International Bobsleigh and Skeleton Federation bowed to boycott threats by athletes in making the decision.

Bobsleigh Bows to Pressure from Athletes

(ATR) The International Bobsleigh and Skeleton Federation (IBSF) is moving its world championships out of Sochi, Russia.

Athletes Demand Russia Be Stripped of Hosting Duties

(ATR) Bobsleigh and skeleton federation is discussing whether to move Sochi world championships.