Cyling athlete, Camilo Ulloa, of Milwaukee, Wis., has tested positive for multiple prohibited substances & accepted a four-year sanction.
Month: October 2016
Anti-Doping Leaders Renew Calls for Immediate Change in Order to Restore Confidence of Clean Athletes
Global anti-doping leaders met for a second time in Bonn, Germany to renew calls for urgent reforms to restore the confidence in clean athletes.
Coaches have the ability to influence their players’ adherence to anti-doping guidelines. Your anti-doping roles & responsibilities under the Code outlined.
Coach’s Advantage Program to Reach More Coaches through an Agreement with the National Strength and Conditioning Association
The Coach’s Advantage program will now reach even more trainers & coaches thanks to a new agreement established between USADA and the NSCA.
The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has published the updated 2017 WADA Prohibited List, which goes into effect on January 1, 2017. Athletes and support personnel, including coaches, parents, physicians, trainers, and dieticians, should take the time to review the updated WADA Prohibited List to understand how specific changes may impact them.
Track and field athlete Alysia Montaño knows what it feels like to miss out on once-in-a-lifetime opportunities. Even though she has solidified her reputation as one of the top 800m competitors in the world, with seven USA titles and a fifth place finish at the 2012 Olympics, her running career never reached the heights it might have had she been competing on a level playing field.
USADA’s 15th Annual Science Symposium Unites International Experts to Shape Anti-Doping Research Initiatives
Leading academics and outside experts from nearly 30 countries and diverse scientific fields convened for the USADA Annual Symposium on Anti-Doping Science, in Bellevue, Washington, this past weekend, where they explored the theme, “Recovery, Repair, and Regeneration: From Steroids to Stem Cells.”
On October 1, 2016, USADA celebrated its 16th anniversary dedicated to clean sport and clean athletes. View highlights from the last year.
Tom Danielson, of Longmont, Colo., an athlete in the sport of cycling, has accepted a four-year sanction for his second anti-doping rule violation.