- Seattle 1B Choi banned 50 games for positive test Updated: Apr-17-14 5:31 pm
- Jamaica agency admits sprinter's test was flawed Updated: Apr-16-14 5:14 pm
- NCAA committee approves expanded meal allowance Updated: Apr-15-14 7:21 pm
- CAS cites doping sample flaws in Jamaican case Updated: Apr-15-14 11:56 am
- Doping ban reversed for Olympic champion Lee Updated: Apr-15-14 12:01 am
- FIFA medical chief 'hates' Brazil drug test doubts Updated: Apr-11-14 10:02 am
- Armstrong provides names in written testimony Updated: Apr-10-14 6:44 pm
- Rangers minor leaguer draws 50-game drug penalty Updated: Apr-10-14 6:31 pm
- Doping ban for Jamaican sprinter Asafa Powell Updated: Apr-10-14 11:27 am
- Braun, Cruz, Peralta move on after Biogenesis case Updated: Apr-09-14 1:36 pm
- IOC formally disqualifies 2 Sochi athletes Updated: Apr-09-14 12:24 pm
- Jamaican sprinter Simpson gets ban Updated: Apr-08-14 4:22 pm
- Drug ban for Jamaican sprinter Sherone Simpson Updated: Apr-08-14 4:14 pm
- Canada's Pound assigned Olympic broadcast role Updated: Apr-04-14 12:43 pm
- Ng, Takeda appointed to head 2 key IOC commissions Updated: Apr-01-14 7:03 pm
- Bach visits Qatar, talks about World Cup with emir Updated: Apr-01-14 2:22 pm
- 1968 Olympic champ Evans given doping ban Updated: Apr-01-14 10:12 am
- Azerbaijan fined $500K for 9 doping cases in '13 Updated: Apr-01-14 6:29 am
- Last opener or not, Selig takes in Brewers Updated: Mar-31-14 8:35 pm
- 76ers' Moultrie out 5 games for drug violation Updated: Mar-31-14 7:48 pm
- 3 minor leaguers suspended under drug program Updated: Mar-29-14 2:33 pm
- MLB toughens drug agreement after Biogenesis Updated: Mar-28-14 9:06 pm
- Highlights of MLB Drug Agreement Changes Updated: Mar-28-14 7:30 pm
- Selig says MLB revenue could top $9 billion Updated: Mar-28-14 7:26 pm
- A timeline of MLB's drug-testing rules Updated: Mar-28-14 5:00 pm
KINGSTON, Jamaica - Jamaica's anti-doping agency on Wednesday acknowledged that sample collection procedures in sprinter Veronica Campbell-Brown's positive test last year were "inconsistent" with international standards.
INDIANAPOLIS - The NCAA's Legislative Council approved a proposal Tuesday to expand the meal allowance for all athletes.
LONDON - Jamaican sprinter Veronica Campbell-Brown was cleared of doping because of blatant flaws in the test collection procedures and possible "environmental contamination" of her urine sample, sport's highest appeals body said Tuesday.
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia - The Badminton World Federation has reversed a one-year ban handed to Olympic gold medalist Lee Yon-dae for failing to comply with doping requirements.
MONACO - FIFA's medical chief is "really not happy" with drug-testing plans for the World Cup in Brazil because samples taken from players must be flown across the Atlantic for analysis at a laboratory in Switzerland, which could slow results.
AUSTIN, Texas - Lance Armstrong has given sworn testimony naming several people he says knew about his performance-enhancing drug use, insisting he didn't pay anyone or any organization to keep his doping secret.
NEW YORK - A minor league pitcher for the Texas Rangers has been suspended 50 games after testing positive for a performance-enhancing drug.
KINGSTON, Jamaica - Former 100-meter world record holder Asafa Powell has been banned from his sport for 18 months.
BALTIMORE - Nelson Cruz was branded a cheater and punished accordingly. As he waited to be introduced on his first opening day in Baltimore, the former All-Star wondered how Orioles fans would react in the aftermath of the 50-game suspension he received last year for using performance-enhancing drugs.
BELEK, Turkey - The IOC has formally disqualified an Austrian cross-country skier and Polish bobsledder who failed doping tests during the Sochi Olympics six weeks ago.
KINGSTON, Jamaica - Jamaican Olympic sprinter Sherone Simpson was banned until Dec. 20 after testing positive for a banned stimulant, a disciplinary panel announced Tuesday.
KINGSTON, Jamaica - Jamaican Olympic sprinter Sherone Simpson was banned from her sport until Dec. 20 after testing positive for a banned substance.
LONDON - After years on the outside looking in, Dick Pound is back with a new role in the International Olympic Committee.
LONDON - IOC President Thomas Bach filled several key positions Tuesday - including in finance, marketing and anti-doping - as he put his own stamp on the Olympic body that continues to take shape since his election six months ago.
IOC President Thomas Bach is visiting Qatar, where he discussed the gulf state's preparations for the 2022 World Cup and its treatment of migrant workers.
LAGOS, Nigeria - Lee Evans, the double Olympic champion whose world track records at the 1968 Games stood for 20 years, has been banned from coaching for four years for providing a minor in Nigeria with performance-enhancing substances, the country's athletics federation said.
BUDAPEST, Hungary - The International Weightlifting Federation has fined Azerbaijan $500,000 and waived a possible suspension after nine lifters were caught doping last year.
MILWAUKEE - If Monday really was Bud Selig's last opening day as baseball commissioner, he selected quite the game to watch.
NEW YORK - Three minor league pitchers have been suspended for violating baseball's drug program.
NEW YORK - In the wake of the Biogenesis scandal that led to 14 suspensions last summer, Major League Baseball and its players' union announced Friday they are toughening penalties and increasing the frequency of testing in the most substantial revisions to their drug agreement in eight years.
-Penalties increased from 50 games to 80 games for first performance-enhancing drugs testing violation and from 100 games to 162 (with loss of all 183 days' pay) for second violation. Penalties also increased from 50 to 80 games for first criminal conviction involving PEDs and from 100 games to 162 (with loss of all 183 days' pay) for second offense.
BRISTOL, Connecticut - Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig says the sport's revenue could top $9 billion this year.
Aug. 30, 2002 - Players and owners announce a collective bargaining agreement that includes a joint drug program for the first time since October 1985. The deal calls for a survey urine test for banned steroids in 2003 and 2004, and if more than 5 percent of tests are positive in a year, for testing with penalties to start the following year and continue until less than 2.5 percent test positive in two consecutive years combined.