USADA Announces 3rd Quarter 2008 Program Stats

November 17, 2008 In serving its mission to preserve the well being of Olympic sport and the integrity of competition, as well as ensure the health of all athletes, USADA works proactively through multiple programs, including education; out-of-competition, no-advance notice testing; in-competition testing; and collaboration with law enforcement agencies, and worldwide networking with anti-doping entities,…

USADA Imposes Two-Year Suspension on Weightlifting Athlete for Whereabouts Failure

November 10, 2008 USADA announced today that Bulgarian athlete, Nikolay Hristov, in the sport of weightlifting, received a two-year period of ineligibility for an anti-doping rules violation for failing to comply with testing requirements on three separate occasions within an 18-month period. Residing in Benicia, CA, and a member of the USADA Out-of-Competition (OOC) Testing…

USADA Announces 2nd Quarter 2008 Program Stats

September 11, 2008 In serving its mission to preserve the well being of Olympic sport and the integrity of competition, as well as ensure the health of all athletes, USADA works proactively through multiple programs, including education; out-of-competition, no-advance notice testing; in-competition testing; collaboration with law enforcement agencies, and worldwide networking with anti-doping entities, to…

BMX Athlete, Kapes, Accepts Two-Year Suspension

August 28, 2008  USADA announced today that Michael Kapes of Northport, FL, a U.S. athlete in the sport of BMX, has accepted a two-year period of ineligibility after testing positive for anabolic steroids during the Gator Nationals competition. Kapes, 20, tested positive for Boldenone, and 19-norandrosterone, as the result of a urine sample collected at…