We are ready to cooperate with probe panel: AFI

Under fire after the doping
scandal that rocked the country, the Athletics Federation of
India on Wednesday said that it is ready to cooperate with the probe
panel.

WADA ties up with GSK to to catch dope cheats

To tighten the noose around drug cheats and be one step ahead of them, WADA has signed a long-term agreement with GlaxoSmithKline in order to create detection methods for banned drugs that have performing enhancing potential.

London 2012 to be most tested Games: WADA

The 2012 London Olympics will be the most tested Games yet and `doping cheats` should not bother attending, a World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) expert said on Thursday.

WADA mulling changes to rules on clenbuterol

World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) officials could consider proposing changes to rules regarding the banned anabolic clenbuterol at a meeting in Montreal next week, WADA science director Olivier Rabin said on Tuesday.

Criminals control large part of world sports: WADA

Underworld controls a large proportion of world sport, WADA director general David Howman said.

WADA mulling over introduction of hair sample test: Expert

Athletes will soon have to provide a sample of their
hair for doping test as World Anti Doping Agency is
contemplating introducing hair test for ascertaining dope
level in participating sportspersons.

Fahey re-elected to second term as WADA president

Former Australian finance minister John Fahey was re-elected to a second three-year term as president of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) on Sunday.

WADA praises testing on Tour de France

The World Anti-Doping agency has
praised the testing at this year`s Tour de France but wants
cycling`s governing body to be more aggressive and less
rider-friendly.

WADA says Tour tests were good but suggests night checks

Drug testing ran smoothly at this year`s Tour de France but the International Cycling Union (UCI) should consider introducing night checks, the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) said on Thursday

Australian authorities confirm nine positive tests

Nine Australian athletes face the possibility of two-year bans after returning positive tests for the banned stimulant methylhexaneamine in a recent raft of testing by the ASADA.

Football, cricket to WADA: cocaine bans don’t work

The player unions representing footballers and cricketers in England have called for recreational drugs to be removed from the World Anti-Doping
Agency’s prohibited list.

Contador calls for doping rules to be changed

Tour de France champion Alberto Contador on Friday called for anti-doping regulations to be revised after his positive test for a banned anabolic agent, saying the whole system was in question.

Top shuttler Zhou Mi banned for two years

Former women world number one shuttler Zhou Mi of Hong Kong has been suspended for two years for failing a drug test, World badminton Federation said on Saturday.

WADA to launch Play True Generation Programme at Youth Games

World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) is to launch its Play True Generation Programme, that was trialled two years ago at Pune, at the first Youth Olympic Games that opens today in Singapore.

WADA launches new anti-dope tool to help coaches

The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA)
has launched CoachTrue, a computer-based anti-doping learning
tool for coaches, available at no cost to stakeholders.

WADA loses appeal to increase Hardy suspension

World record holder Jessica Hardy has been cleared to continue swimming after the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) lost an appeal to increase the American`s ban from one to two years.

No wiggle room in whereabouts rule, says WADA

The World Anti-Doping Agency said on Sunday it will distribute more user-friendly guidelines for drug-testing under its whereabouts rule but stressed there would be no easing of the controversial policy.

Common consensus needed to go forward: Expert

Top sports organizations need to agree on a common solution for testing their athletes for performance-enhancing substances like human growth hormone (HGH), a veteran anti-doping authority told reporters.

Italian ruling adds to anti-doping armoury

After a groundbreaking decision against Spaniard Manuel Beltran this week, cyclists now know their bank accounts and not just their reputations could be in tatters if they cheat.

I`m no drugs cheat: Yanina Wickmayer

Rising tennis star Yanina Wickmayer says she isn`t a drugs cheat and blames Belgian doping authorities for the breach of anti-doping regulations which caused her to be banned for a year.