IOC backs WADA in swimming scandal

IOC backs WADA in swimming scandal

Despite growing criticism from many in the sport world and American groups specifically, the International Olympic Committee validated the World Anti-Doping Agency’s independent report in the case of 23 positive tests from China and expressed its "full confidence" in the global watchdog.







ITA at the helm of Paris 2024… and beyond

ITA at the helm of Paris 2024… and beyond

In a complicated ramp-up to the Olympic Games due to political tensions, overspending, security risks, health concerns and the never-ending fight against doping in sports, the IOC-funded International Testing Agency will again be leading the efforts towards guaranteeing a level playing field.






WADA reprehends US Congress for "politicised" hearing

WADA reprehends US Congress for "politicised" hearing

Swimming icons like Michael Phelps and Allison Schmitt took the stand on Tuesday and called out the World Anti-Doping Agency for its handling of 23 positive tests from Chinese rivals prior to the Tokyo 2002 Olympics. The global watchdog lashed back on Wednesday, as global tension keeps mounting.