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“My name is Bond, James Bond”: The espionage existence

Not for once in our life time, did we discover them. They are lurked around, operate in the stealth fashion and yet they happen to have a dead mighty existence. 571 more words

UK Athletics chairman claims response to doping crisis is too slow

UK Athletics chairman Ed Warner (headpicture) believes the “pace of change remains too slow” in the fight against doping in the sport.

Warner’s claim came as the governing body launched a “Clean Athletics” brand, with the aim of reinforcing UK Athletics’ commitment to athletes competing free from performance-enhancing drugs. 567 more words


China Weightlifting Team faces ban

The Chinese Weightlifting team faces a similar ban such as the Russian’s and other well known Weightlifting teams. Three Chinese Weightlifters from the Beijing 2008 Olympics… 61 more words

Fight doping at the root

THE fight against doping in sport is a continuously evolving battle and in this country, it is led by the Anti-Doping Agency of Malaysia (Adamas). Newly-appointed Adamas director Datuk Dr Ramlan Aziz speaks to Timesport’s DEVINDER SINGH about the importance of the work of the agency in safeguarding the integrity of competitive sport in Malaysia. 2,024 more words

Could the NSAC take Marijuana of the Banned list?

There are many substances on the banned list that can give fighters the upper hand, and to some degree you could argue that the fact they are on the list, they could all give fighters an advantage in both their fights and in training. 324 more words


International Paralympic Committee (IPC) has a meeting today to handle Russia's reinstatement, by discuss the outcomes of the meeting with the Russian Paralympic Committee (RPC) last month.

The taskforce formed by the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) to handle Russia’s reinstatement is set to meet in London today to discuss the outcomes of the meeting with the Russian Paralympic Committee (RPC) in December-16. 495 more words


Kenyan athletes to be tested by approved doctors in bid to tackle doping problem

Kenyan athleties will have to be vetted by an approved group of doctors as the country bids to tackle its doping problem.

The newly created Kenya Doctors Network (KDN) will be mandatory for any elite athletes who hope to compete for the nation. 314 more words