Allison Wagner, a silver medalist swimmer at the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta, is USADA’s first Director of Athlete and International Relations.
USOPC, USOPC AAC, and USADA collectively announce openings for five to eight Independent Arbitrators to hear and resolve doping disputes in Olympic and Paralympic sports.
Athlete representatives from 14 countries join forces with 14 leading National Anti-Doping Organizations (NADOs) to collectively call on meaningful reform at the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA).
TrueSport announces its new partnership with Hillside Connection, a youth sport organization based in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
USADA Virtually Hosts 19th Annual Science Symposium on Advancing Anti-Doping Science during Global Crisis
USADA is hosting its 19th Annual Science Symposium through five virtual video sessions on “Redefining Normal: Disruption, Challenges, and Opportunities for Anti-Doping Science in a Global Crisis.”
International Anti-Doping Leaders Stand with Athlete Community in Calling on WADA to Go Further and Faster with Meaningful Anti-Doping Reform
International anti-doping leaders stand with athlete community in calling on WADA to go further and faster with meaningful anti-doping reform.
The U.S. Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) hosted a virtual collaboration meeting on August 11, 2020 in lieu of its annual Penrose Club education summit.
An independent panel of arbitrators from the AAA has denied the appeal of a non-national athlete challenging the decision of USADA’s independent TUE Committee (TUEC) to deny her request for a TUE.