Evangelos Tsourtsoulas of Caldwell, New Jersey, an athlete in the sport of rowing, has tested positive for a prohibited substance and has accepted a public warning.
Month: October 2010
U.S. Track & Field athlete Ramon Clay, 35, of Miami, Florida, has accepted a two-year period of ineligibility for an anti-doping rule violation.
Dr. Lawrence S. Brown, Jr. is named Chair, Dr. Ralph Hale and Evelyn Ashford are recognized for their legacy, and Olympic Gold-Medalist Edwin Moses and Dr. Brian Hainline are elected as newest members.
Independent Panel Issues 21-Month Suspension To U.S. Track and Field Athlete, Merritt, For Doping Offense
Three-member American Arbitration Association (AAA) panel issued its decision that LaShawn Merritt, an athlete in the sport of Track & Field, committed a doping violation and will receive a suspension for the offense.
Arbitrators Impose Lifetime Ban On U.S. Cyclist, O’Bee, Disqualify Results Back To 2005, Including 2007 U.S. National Championship
Kirk O’Bee, a U.S. athlete in the sport of cycling, has received a lifetime suspension for a second doping offense based on his use of synthetic erythropoietin (EPO) and human growth hormone (hGH).
“Emerging Technologies” was the topic for the 9th Annual Symposium on Anti-Doping Science, hosted by the U. S. Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) October 2-4 in Lansdowne, VA.
Sean Mahoney of Berkeley, California, an athlete in the sport of swimming, has tested positive for a prohibited substance and has accepted a suspension for his doping offense.