‘Preliminary search results showed no evidence of doping violations’: Russian embassy in Italy

The Russian embassy in Rome has issued a statement saying that Italian police officers found no evidence of prohibited medicine usage by Russian biathletes during a raid conducted on Saturday.

‘They thought my coach supplied me with doping’: Alexander Loginov on shocking police search before

Russian biathlete Alexander Loginov who was subjected to a police search hours before Saturday’s race has commented on the raid saying that he and his coach were suspected of using prohibited drugs.

Salazar link hit me financially and emotionally, says Farah

Four-time Olympic gold medalist Mo Farah said he had suffered "financially and emotionally" in the fallout from his former coach Alberto Salazar being banned for doping violations, even thou...

‘Anti-doping officer personally initiated police raid without IBU authorization’ – Russian biathlon

The head of the Russian Biathlon Union (RBU) Vladimir Drachev revealed that a shocking police raid on Russian biathletes was initiated by IBU interim Anti-Doping Manager Sarah Fussek-Hakkarainen who personally signed the inquiry.

No lawyer, no sleep, not even badges – Loginov’s teammate Garanichev describes early morning police

Italian authorities took three days to act on a request to probe the Russian biathlon team over suspicions of doping, and the way they did it – on the day of a major race – was very disruptive, Loginov’s roommate Garanichev said.

Knicks’ Maurice Harkless not ‘thinking about any buyout’

Maurice Harkless expects to stay with the hometown Knicks for the remainder of the season. The Forest Hills product and former St. John’s star had been a candidate for a buyout following his arriva…

Jayson Tatum and the 9 players who could reshape the NBA's playoff picture

With the NBA championship field as open as any season in recent memory, here are nine players who will shape the playoff picture.

Drug testing to resume in China after coronavirus outbreak

The China Anti-Doping Agency (CHINADA) will resume drug testing following a temporary suspension due to the coronavirus, the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) said on Friday.

Zabit Magomedsharipov says he's happy at featherweight, but would move up to lightweight to face Con

Russian UFC featherweight star Zabit Magomedsharipov says his future remains as a 145-pounder, but revealed the one fight that would tempt him to move up to lightweight – a clash with "The Notorious" Conor McGregor.

England in bizarre selection as Furbank remains reserve despite injury

Furbank misses out on selection but Eddie Jones has released Ollie Thorley to leave him without any fully fit backs as injury cover this weekend

Deontay Wilder v Tyson Fury II: No face-off at weigh-in

Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury will not face off at Friday's weigh-in as organisers of their rematch move to prevent any possible on-stage clash.

Soccer: China to play home leg of Olympic qualifier in Sydney due...

The Chinese women's national team will play the home leg of their Olympic qualification playoff against South Korea in Sydney to avoid any travel complications from a coronavirus outbreak, the As...