The World Anti-Doping Agency’s is facing more criticism in for its sanctions against Russia

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A former British Paralympic star says she’s leaving the World Anti-Doping Agency because she can no longer be part of an organization that places politics over principal

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Expelling all Russians from the Olympics would have been disproportionate and risked being overturned in court

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Paris organizers of the 2024 Olympic Games hope to hold surfing events more than 15,000 kilometers away in the Pacific island of Tahiti

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The Paralympic marathons are staying in Tokyo

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The general secretary of the Russian Boxing Federation has told The Associated Press his fighters will only take part in the Tokyo Olympics if doping sanctions forcing them to compete as neutral athletes are overturned

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Handed a second chance to show Russia it was serious about clean sport, Olympic leaders opted for tough love again

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Many Russian athletes will still be competing at the next Olympics despite another doping ban

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Handed a second chance to show Russia it was serious about clean sport, Olympic leaders opted for tough love again

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Ticket demand for next year’s Tokyo Paralympics is at record levels

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The goal all along has been fairness

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Real solutions to doping are complex; WADA lacks the sophistication, and integrity, to find them.

The goal all along has been fairness

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The World Anti-Doping Agency voted to bar Russia from the next two Olympic Games, the latest chapter in a state-sponsored doping scandal that has rocked international sports.

Decision from the World Anti-Doping Agency bars the country from formal involvement in Summer Games but Russian athletes can compete as neutral athletes

Australia’s Queensland state will bid to host to the 2032 Summer Olympic Games and Paralympics

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A key group of athletes are adding their names to a list of those who want a full Russian ban from the upcoming Olympics

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Russia faces a fresh wave of international condemnation in its never-ending doping scandal on Monday

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Open water swimming is facing another round of troubling questions leading up to the Tokyo Games

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The IOC’s president says any sanctions imposed on Russia next week in a long-running doping scandal will be mandatory for the Olympic body to respect

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