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THE CURIOUS CASE OF MELDONIUM

TANVIR SPORTS = TANVIR GAMES = TANVIR SPORTS AND GAMES by TANVIR NEBUCHADNEZAR

                       THE CURIOUS CASE OF MELDONIUM

As of January 1 2016, WADA (World Anti Doping Agency) included Meldonium in its list of banned drugs (anti doping drugs). 794 more words

SPORTS, GAMES

WADA sets deadline for Sochi Olympic doping investigation

MONTREAL (AP) — WADA’s independent investigation into allegations of state-backed doping at the 2014 Sochi Olympics will be completed by July 15.

The World Anti-Doping Agency specified the date in the “terms of reference” for the probe, which is being carried out by Canadian arbitrator… 118 more words

Olympics

Reverse the Armstrong death penalty

I suppose I should start this piece with a disclaimer of sorts, I do not support doping or the actions of Lance Armstrong in his 7 Tour de France wins nor do I believe that he should be allowed to walk away from any responsibility for his own actions. 835 more words

Is Usain Bolt doping?

Since the Beijing Olympics in 2008 Usain Bolt has become one of the most recognisable faces in international sport. His laid back style and nonchalant demeanour endeared him to a global audience of hundreds of millions. 1,157 more words

WADA Statement regarding Re-testing of 2008 Beijing Olympic Samples

The World Anti-Doping Code (Code) made it possible to open a disciplinary proceeding within ten years from the date an anti-doping rule violation occurred (ADRV). This reflects WADA’s, and the anti-doping community’s, belief that retesting as science advances is a powerful means for advancing clean sport.  122 more words

Sports Law

Whistle blower admits Russia full of dopes

When it comes to doping, the Russians make Lance Armstrong look like a weekend pill popper.

As the World Anti-Doping Agency decides whether Russia can compete at Rio, the bloke who ran Russia’s anti-doping lab has spilled the beans on a systemic doping program that operated during the Sochi Olympics. 760 more words

Friday Funnies

ICC withdraws disciplinary proceedings against Kusal Perera under ICC Anti-Doping Code after Qatar Laboratory withdraws original Adverse Analytical Finding

The International Cricket Council (ICC) today announced that it has withdrawn disciplinary charges against Sri Lanka batsman Kusal Perera and lifted the provisional suspension previously imposed on him. 502 more words

Cricket