The Partnership for Clean Competition (PCC) announced today the awarding of its first anti-doping research grant since the research collaborative was formed in 2008. The recipient of the $500,000 grant is J. Thomas Brenna, Ph.D., of Cornell University for his grant proposal titled, “Characterization of the Human Urinary Steroidome for Anti-Doping Applications.”
Month: May 2009
USADA Releases its “Game Plan 2012” and Announces First Quarter 2009 Program Statistics & Highlights
The United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) is pleased to share the following statistics and highlights for the first quarter of 2009, which was a particularly active and productive time for the anti-doping movement.
May 13, 2009 USADA announced today that Stephany Lee of Colorado Springs, CO, an athlete in the sport of wrestling, has tested positive for a prohibited substance and accepted a suspension for her doping offense. Lee, 24, tested positive for Carboxy THC, a marijuana metabolite in the class of Cannabinoids, in a sample collected on
May 8, 2009 USADA announced today that Bryan Shuey of Incline Village, NV, an athlete in the sport of snowboarding, has tested positive for a prohibited substance and accepted a suspension for his doping offense. Shuey, 17, tested positive for tetrahydrocannabinol acid, a marijuana metabolite in the class of Cannabinoids, in a sample collected on
May 4, 2009 An independent, three-member American Arbitration Association/Court of Arbitration for Sport (AAA/CAS) panel issued its decision today in the case of U.S. Swimmer Jessica Hardy, from a positive drug test during last year’s U.S. Olympic Trials. On July 4, 2008, Ms. Hardy tested positive for the anabolic agent, clenbuterol. Following proceedings, instituted pursuant