In the News
- 22 May 2013
America’s marquee Olympic star has visited the clinic of the East German doping doctor who played an instrumental role in the German Democratic Republic’s notorious, state-sponsored program to dope unwitting young athletes with hardcore anabolic steroids.
- 5 March 2013
The day before Reeva Steenkamp died, she was getting ready to give a speech on a subject that she had known first hand and that is endemic in South Africa: violence against women.
- 19 January 2013
Lance Armstrong said in an e-mail that he would be spending quiet time with his family before deciding what will be next on his to-do list, which antidoping officials hope is testifying.
- 8 January 2013
The questions linger all too often in the thrilling aftermath of record-shattering sporting achievements: Was it legitimate or achieved with the aid of performance-enhancing drugs?
- 24 October 2012
The legal team behind Lance Amstrong, who is under heavy criticism due to doping charges, expressed in a panel Tuesday that a U.S. Anti-Doping Agency investigation involving Armstrong was unjust.
- 11 August 2012
Far from the London Games, in the eastern German town of Jena, Marlies Gohr watched television Friday as the United States broke one of track and field's oldest and most suspect records in the women's 4x100-meter relay.