Banned Chinese swimmer Sun Yang has appealed to the Swiss Federal Tribunal in a last-ditch attempt to overturn his eight-year doping suspension and compete at Tokyo 2020.
The parents of Australian swimmer Mack Horton have claimed they have been threatened and harassed by supporters of controversial three-time Olympic champion Sun Yang at their family home in Melbourne.
The Chinese Swimming Association have denied that Sun Yang is training at a camp with the national team while serving his eight-year ban from the sport.
An American lawyer has issued a damning assessment of Sun Yang's performance during his public Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) hearing in the high-profile doping case in November.
Disgraced Chinese swimmer Sun Yang will be dropped as an ambassador for the 2022 Asian Games in his home city Hangzhou if he fails to overturn an eight-year doping ban, it has been reported.
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For the likes of me, reasoned decisions published by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) are one of the best ways of gaining insight into the minutiae of the war against doping.
Sun Yang’s lawyer has confirmed the swimmer will lodge an appeal to the Swiss Federal Tribunal, following the decision to ban the swimmer for eight years last week.
Chinese Olympic swimming champion Sun Yang has been banned for eight years after one of his entourage destroyed his blood vial with a hammer during an attempted drugs test in September 2018, the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) announced today.
A decision in the high-profile doping case involving controversial Chinese Olympic swimming champion Sun Yang will be announced by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) tomorrow.
Home hero Sun Yang produced the goods on the opening day of the inaugural 2020 International Swimming Federation Champions Swim Series in Beijing, China, touching ahead of rival Danas Rapšys to win the men’s 200 metres freestyle.
Chinese swimmer Sun Yang is targeting winning gold at this year's Olympic Games in Tokyo, despite still awaiting the result from a doping case which could cost him his career.
The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) has confirmed its verdict in the high-profile Sun Yang doping case has been delayed until mid-January at the earliest, because of translation issues during his hearing last month.
There were few genuine revelations about the high-profile case involving Chinese swimming star Sun Yang during his Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) hearing at a plush hotel in Montreux last week.
One of the testers at the centre of the case involving three-time Olympic swimming champion Sun Yang has reportedly claimed he is a construction worker and not a professional doping control assistant.
Three-time Olympic champion Sun Yang blamed a lack of credentials possessed by doping control officers for the row which led to a security guard smashing a blood vial with a hammer, as translation problems marred his testimony here today.