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The NFL has suspended Arizona Cardinals tight end Ben Patrick four games for violating its substance abuse policy.
The United States Anti-Doping Agency said Tuesday American cyclist Tyler Hamilton has accepted an eight-year suspension. The anti-doping agency said in a release that Hamilton, 38, had tested positive for testosterone or its precursors in a sample taken Feb. 9.
Italian cyclist Marta Bastianelli has been suspended from competition for two years following drug tests that came up positive for a banned stimulant. The Court of Arbitration for Sport in Switzerland, in a release Friday, partially upheld an appeal by the International Cycling Union regarding Bastianelli and said she was banned from races for two years, retroactive to last July 5. Urine samples from Bastianelli twice tested positive for the stimulant norfenfluramine, the Court of Arbitration...
Athletes could be putting their lives at risk by doping themselves with powerful prescription drugs, a leading academic has warned.
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Richard Gasquet, ranked 21st in the world, was suspended Monday by the International Tennis Federation for testing positive for cocaine. Gasquet admitted last weekend two urine samples he gave in March in Miami tested positive for cocaine.
The International Olympic Committee announced Tuesday that six athletes tested positive for a new drug during tests after the 2008 Beijing Games.
AFLD, the French anti-doping agency, has decided not to take disciplinary action against seven-time Tour de France champion Lance Armstrong.
The Japan Sumo Association has conducted its first random drug tests on Japanese wrestlers, Kyodo news service reported Thursday. The tests were done by Mitsubishi Chemical Medience Corp., Japan's only institution certified by WADA, (the world's anti-doping agency) after a series of marijuana arrests this year tarnished the ancient national sport's image, the Japanese news agency said.