Nightengale: A-Rod's spotlight has dimmed for good Alex Rodriguez loved being famous. Oh, he loved the game of baseball, but he desired fame so much more. Today, he is notorious, receiving the stiffest performance-enhancing drug penalty in the history of baseball.
SwimSwam Swag Store WADA president John Fahey, in an interview with London The Telegraph this week, has hinted that Jamaica may be barred from participating in the 2016 Rio Olympics, pending the completion of an investigation by his organization.
Schools debate drug testing student athletes for steroids and performance enhancing drugs - wptv.com SUBURBAN WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. -- - School across South Florida are debating drug testing student athletes after the Miami-Dade County School District announced on Tuesday it would begin a pilot program.
Lance Armstrong should have his seven Tour de France victories reinstated because of the prevalence of doping at the time, says former cyclist Jan Ullrich. Ullrich told Sport Bild magazine he would “give Armstrong the Tour victories back. … That’s how it was back then.” “Bjarne Riis was given back his victory from 1996. That’s how things were at the time. It’s not helping anyone to have lines struck through the roll of honour,” Ullrich said.
Usain Bolt could face Olympic ban after doping scandals | Other Sports - Athletics | NDTVSports.com Jamaica's athletes, including sprint star Usain Bolt, could be banned from major events like the Olympics due to the island's handling of recent drug scandals, according to Tuesday's Daily Telegraph.
This asshole of epic proportions says on record that if a woman doesn't PREVENT herself from being raped it is because she enjoys it. Tell that to all the dead 5 year old girls in India you sorry son of a bitch. Ranjit Sinha addresses a press conference at the CBI headquarters in New Delhi, India. Photograph: Mustafa Quraishi/AP
WADA officials arrive in Jamaica for anti-doping audit | Reuters Three high-ranking officials of the World Anti-Doping Agency have arrived in Jamaica to conduct their audit of the country's anti-doping programs after weeks of criticism following positive tests from several high-profile athletes.
Hockey legend Mike Vernon not only had a great career, but one that is arguably Hall of Fame worthy. The retired goaltender won the President’s trophy with the Calgary Flames in 1988 before moving to Detroit in 1996, where he helped the Red Wings clinch the Stanley Cup.