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Casong CAS: Of Cocaine and Kisses

by: Mickey Ingles (Photo: Yann Caradec/Flickr)

We’re starting a new series here at Batas Sportiva, just to give an international flavor to our blog. 1,217 more words

Arbitration

Doping Conviction for Petro Mamu (ERI), 2017 World Long Distance Mountain Running Champion

The Eritrean runner tested positive for a banned asthma medication at two world championships this summer, and his title has been revoked.

(Headphoto; Mamu on his way to a fifth-place finish at the short-course World Mountain Running Championships on July 30. 1,199 more words

WADA

Defenders of the North: The 7th Division

One group involved in Golden Kamuy is the men from the 7th Division under First Lieutenant Tsurumi. The 7th Division was also known as… 736 more words

Reference

Russian doping whistleblower faces arrest if he returns

MOSCOW, 28.09.17 — A Russian court has ruled that doping whistleblower Grigory Rodchenkov (headphoto) should be arrested if he returns to his home country.

The ruling could be a step toward Russia demanding the extradition of the former Moscow anti-doping laboratory director, though Russia does not have an extradition treaty with United States, where… 190 more words

WADA

World Anti-Doping Agency to keep headquarters in Montreal: ministers

Officials say the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has agreed to renegotiate its existing deal with Montreal to keep its headquarters in the city.

Transport Minister Marc Garneau and Quebec International Relations Minister Christine St-Pierre say WADA has decided not to hold an open bidding process to select a new host city after its… 116 more words

Canada

WORLD ROWING AND WADA PROMOTE CLEAN ROWING AT 2017 WORLD ROWING CHAMPIONSHIPS

The World Rowing Federation, FISA, and the World Anti-Doping Agency, WADA, are working together to promote clean sport by delivering the latest instalment of WADA’s Legacy Outreach programme (Legacy Outreach) at the 2017 World Rowing Championships in Sarasota-Bradenton, USA from 24 September to 1 October 2017 FISA Athletes Commission Chair Lenka Dienstbach-Wech spearheaded the concept […]

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Rowing

Russia's Alleged State-sponsored Doping Scandal and Credibility in Sports

By Juan Manuel Arróniz

The decision on Russian athletes heading into the Winter Olympics will set the tone for future punishments.

A group of 17 anti-doping agencies were really concerned during the IOC meeting in Peru on Friday about the lack of action regarding Russian athletes and the state-sponsored doping.   378 more words

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