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  • Older athletes testing positive for PEDs

    Even after years of suspensions, public humiliations and stripped championships, athletes continue to use banned performance enhancing drugs at a substantial rate. And that use is spreading among older competitors, according to John Gleaves, a professor in the department of kinesiology at Cal State Fullerton.
  • AP source: USADA looking into allegations against Salazar

    The U.S. Anti-Doping Agency has launched an investigation into allegations that famed track coach Alberto Salazar encouraged Olympic silver medalist Galen Rupp and others in his stable of elite runners to skirt anti-doping rules, The Associated Press...

    NFL Marijuana Ban Did Not Deter 'Chain-Smoker' Hernandez

    NFL Marijuana Ban Did Not Deter 'Chain-Smoker'  Hernandez
    Former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez smoked marijuana after football games and during the offseason, but the rampant drug use disclosed at his recent murder trial never resulted in an NFL suspension. The myriad references to Hernandez's love of...

    WADA: Lance Armstrong's attempt at reduced ban 'almost too late'

    WADA: Lance Armstrong's attempt at reduced ban 'almost too late'
    LAUSANNE, Switzerland -- Lance Armstrong has not done enough to get his life ban reduced and his latest bid for rehabilitation is coming too late, the director general of the World Anti-Doping Agency said Tuesday. In an interview with The Associated...

    Pacquiao and Mayweather fight over rejected drug-testing penalty

    Pacquiao and Mayweather fight over rejected drug-testing penalty
    Manny Pacquiao’s business manager said Thursday that Floyd Mayweather Jr. has declined to enter into an agreement between the fighters that would result in a $5 million penalty should either submit a dirty drug test. “I’m a little...