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Cheated World Track Medalists to Finally Have a Proper Ceremony

Cheated World Track Medalists to Finally Have a Proper Ceremony

Jessica Ennis-Hill of Britain, foreground, placed second in the heptathlon at the 2011 world championships, behind Tatyana Chernova, right, of Russia, who was later suspended for doping.
Global Sports: An Awkward and Bittersweet Righting of Doping’s Wrongs

Global Sports: An Awkward and Bittersweet Righting of Doping’s Wrongs

Members of the United States’ 4x400-meter relay team receiving their gold medals Friday for the 2013 world championships. The original medalists were disqualified for violating antidoping rules.
Sara Errani Is Suspended Two Months for a Doping Violation

Sara Errani Is Suspended Two Months for a Doping Violation

Sara Errani reached a career-high singles ranking of No. 5 in 2013 and is a five-time Grand Slam champion in doubles.
Sports of The Times: Justin Gatlin Is an Athlete of His Time, Not a Villain

Sports of The Times: Justin Gatlin Is an Athlete of His Time, Not a Villain

Justin Gatlin, center, stood with the silver medalist Christian Coleman, left, and the bronze medalist Usain Bolt at a medal ceremony at the world championships on Sunday in London.
Global Sports: Russians Compete at World Championships, but Not for Their Country

Global Sports: Russians Compete at World Championships, but Not for Their Country

Maria Lasitskene competing in the high jump at the world track and field championships as an “authorized neutral athlete.”
Maria Sharapova Granted Wild Card Into U.S. Open Field

Maria Sharapova Granted Wild Card Into U.S. Open Field

Maria Sharapova at the Bank of the West Classic in California in July. She returned to the court this spring after a 15-month doping suspension.
Dana White: Jon Jones’s Career Might Be Over After Failed Drug Test

Dana White: Jon Jones’s Career Might Be Over After Failed Drug Test

Jon Jones, right, defeated Daniel Cormier for the U.F.C. light heavyweight title in July.
On Fighting: Jon Jones Tarnishes U.F.C.’s Greatest Rivalry, Again

On Fighting: Jon Jones Tarnishes U.F.C.’s Greatest Rivalry, Again

Jon Jones before he fought Daniel Cormier last month for the Ultimate Fighting Championship’s light-heavyweight title. Jones won the bout but may lose his belt over a possible doping offense.

2011 Study Finds Widespread Doping in Track

A long-delayed report revealed that up to one-third of the athletes at that year’s world championships knowingly used prohibited substances.
Sports of The Times: Sharapova, a Momentary Underdog, Is Hunting Wins Again

Sports of The Times: Sharapova, a Momentary Underdog, Is Hunting Wins Again

Maria Sharapova after advancing to the third round of the United States Open on Wednesday. She has quickly become the face of the women’s singles draw in her first major since serving a doping
World Anti-Doping Agency Clears 95 Russian Athletes

World Anti-Doping Agency Clears 95 Russian Athletes

The Olympic and Russian flags during the closing ceremony of the 2014 Games in Sochi, Russia.
Sports of The Times: Gary Wadler, Antidoping Pioneer, Had a Gift for Straight Talk

Sports of The Times: Gary Wadler, Antidoping Pioneer, Had a Gift for Straight Talk

Gary Wadler in 2005, when he testified before Congress on the use of steroids in baseball. Wadler, a Long Island physician who became a pioneer in the world of antidoping, died Tuesday at age 78.
Gary Wadler, Expert on Doping in Sports, Dies at 78

Gary Wadler, Expert on Doping in Sports, Dies at 78

Dr. Gary Wadler, second from left in 2006, as part of the House Government Reform Committee’s Zero Tolerance panel that focused on athletes and steroid use.
Gary Wadler, Expert on Doping in Sports, Dies at 78

Gary Wadler, Expert on Doping in Sports, Dies at 78

Dr. Gary Wadler, second from left in 2006, as part of the House Government Reform Committee’s Zero Tolerance panel that focused on athletes and steroid use.
I.O.C. Investigation of Russian Doping Might Soon Yield Penalties

I.O.C. Investigation of Russian Doping Might Soon Yield Penalties

Denis Oswald, a Swiss member of the I.O.C.’s executive board who heads one of two investigations into Russian doping, gave an update on the findings at the organization’s annual meeting in Lima, Peru,
I.O.C. Investigation of Russian Doping Might Soon Yield Penalties

I.O.C. Investigation of Russian Doping Might Soon Yield Penalties

Denis Oswald, a Swiss member of the I.O.C.’s executive board who heads one of two investigations into Russian doping, gave an update on the findings at the organization’s annual meeting in Lima, Peru,
Russian Court Orders Arrest of Doping Whistle-Blower Who Fled

Russian Court Orders Arrest of Doping Whistle-Blower Who Fled

Revelations by Grigory Rodchenkov, above, prompted investigations by the World Anti-Doping Agency and the International Olympic Committee into Russia doping efforts during the 2014 Winter Olympics in
On Olympics: Olympic Skating Without Russia? ‘Like a Meal Without Salt and Pepper’

On Olympics: Olympic Skating Without Russia? ‘Like a Meal Without Salt and Pepper’

Evgenia Tarasova and Vladimir Morozov of Russia competed in the pairs short program at the Rostelecom Cup in Moscow.
Dog Doping at the Iditarod: Dallas Seavey, a Legend in the Sport, Is Named

Dog Doping at the Iditarod: Dallas Seavey, a Legend in the Sport, Is Named

Dallas Seavey, seen after winning his third Iditarod in 2015, had four of his dogs test positive for a banned substance after this year’s race.