In the Food-First Nutrition series, elite athletes share how they maintain the strength & energy they need to compete at the highest levels of sport through a food-first approach. In this edition, World Champion Andrew Gemmell shares his celebrity chef inspiration when it comes to cooking.
Month: March 2019
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Two-time Paralympian Tyler Cater took some time to speak with USADA about how he approaches competing clean & cannabinoids as a busy athlete based in Colorado.
Joseph Baratto, of Seattle, Wash., an athlete in the sport of cycling, has accepted a one-year suspension for an anti-doping rule violation.
There are many popular over-the-counter products used for everyday ailments that can cause a positive test if used in-competition. More specifically, many cold and flu medications and inhalers contain stimulants that are prohibited in-competition. Read more to learn how athletes subject to anti-doping rules can safely use cold and flu products.
The Professional Squash Association and the World Squash Federation co-hosted four face-to-face presentations by USADA during the PSA World Championships.
Ahead of the Anti-Doping Symposium, NADO leaders met in Lausanne, Switzerland to discuss meaningful reforms to the anti-doping system in advance of the WADA Presidential election.
USADA announced today that Chelsea McClammer, of Champaign, Ill., an athlete in the sport of Paralympic track and field, has tested positive for a prohibited substance, which was determined to have been ingested by her without fault or negligence.
Now retired, Olympic Swimmer Andrew Gemmell is channeling his commitment to clean sport to advocate for a level playing field and help the next generation of swimmers compete the right way in his role as an Anti-Doping Education Athlete Presenter with USADA.