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WADA Needs New Leadership, Antidoping Officials Strongly Suggest

WADA Needs New Leadership, Antidoping Officials Strongly Suggest

Craig Reedie, the president of the World Anti-Doping Agency and a member of the International Olympic Committee, in May.
Playing Rugby, Representing ... Multiple Countries

Playing Rugby, Representing ... Multiple Countries

Cooper Vuna scored for his Australian club Melbourne in a match in 2011. He is set to play again for Tonga.
Unreleased Report Raises Questions About AIBA, Boxing’s Governing Body

Unreleased Report Raises Questions About AIBA, Boxing’s Governing Body

An Olympic bout in August between Fazliddin Gaibnazarov of Uzbekistan, in red, and Lorenzo Sotomayor Collazo of Azerbaijan.
Unreleased Report Raises Questions About AIBA, Boxing’s Governing Body

Unreleased Report Raises Questions About AIBA, Boxing’s Governing Body

An Olympic bout in August between Fazliddin Gaibnazarov of Uzbekistan, in red, and Lorenzo Sotomayor Collazo of Azerbaijan.
How to Avoid Drug Testing in Russia: Radio Silence and Secure Perimeters

How to Avoid Drug Testing in Russia: Radio Silence and Secure Perimeters

Craig Reedie, the president of the World Anti-Doping Agency, on Sunday. He said he was eager to restore Russia to good standing.
Olympics History Rewritten: New Doping Tests Topple the Podium

Olympics History Rewritten: New Doping Tests Topple the Podium

After three women who finished ahead of her were disqualified for doping at the 2008 Olympics in Beijing, the American high jumper Chaunté Lowe, above, moved up to third place.
Cheerleading and Muay Thai Given Provisional Olympic Status

Cheerleading and Muay Thai Given Provisional Olympic Status

Youths in Bangkok trained in Muay Thai, which is similar to kickboxing and is now a potential Olympic sport.
What’s at Stake as an Inquiry Into Russian Doping Wraps Up

What’s at Stake as an Inquiry Into Russian Doping Wraps Up

In 2014, President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia, center, visited the Olympic Village ahead of the Sochi Games with Yelena Isinbayeva, left, the champion pole-vaulter, and Vitaly Mutko, right, who was
Sports Briefing: Christian McCaffrey to Leave Stanford for the N.F.L.

Sports Briefing: Christian McCaffrey to Leave Stanford for the N.F.L.

A marshal gazed at morning fog that delayed the first round of the Dubai Ladies Masters.
Sports of The Times: After Russia’s Spree of Doping, a Time to Reform

Sports of The Times: After Russia’s Spree of Doping, a Time to Reform

Russia’s team at the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics, where Russia sponsored a doping system.
Editorial: The Russian Doping Scandal Keeps on Growing

Editorial: The Russian Doping Scandal Keeps on Growing

Artists bathed in lights during the opening ceremony of the 2014 Olympic Games, in Sochi, Russia.
Facing Athletes’ Boycott, Bobsled and Skeleton Event Is Moved From Russia

Facing Athletes’ Boycott, Bobsled and Skeleton Event Is Moved From Russia

A bobsled race at the 2014 Olympics in Sochi, Russia, where the world championships were to be held.
I.O.C. Starts Proceedings Against 28 Russian Athletes Over Sochi Doping

I.O.C. Starts Proceedings Against 28 Russian Athletes Over Sochi Doping

Thomas Bach, the president of the International Olympic Committee, at a news conference in Lausanne, Switzerland, on Dec. 8.
Russians No Longer Dispute Olympic Doping Operation

Russians No Longer Dispute Olympic Doping Operation

The Russian Olympic Committee’s building in Moscow in 2015. Many of the athletes pictured in the building’s hallways have been implicated in this year’s doping scandal.
National Antidoping Groups, Citing Doping, Want Russian Athletes Barred

National Antidoping Groups, Citing Doping, Want Russian Athletes Barred

The construction site of the Krestovsky stadium, in St. Petersburg, Russia. The stadium will be a venue for the 2018 World Cup.
N.H.L., Wary of 2018 Olympic Games, Meets With I.O.C.

N.H.L., Wary of 2018 Olympic Games, Meets With I.O.C.

John Tavares, the Islanders captain, played for Canada at the 2014 Winter Games. N.H.L. players have expressed a desire to play at the 2018 Games, but the league’s owners have doubts.
Russians Implicated in Doping Still Compete, Angering Other Athletes

Russians Implicated in Doping Still Compete, Angering Other Athletes

Martin Fourcade, a winner of two gold medals in biathlon at the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics, is among the prominent winter athletes who have threatened to boycott major events in their sports over what
House Panel Sets Hearing to Scrutinize Doping in International Sports

House Panel Sets Hearing to Scrutinize Doping in International Sports

Representative Tim Murphy, Republican of Pennsylvania and chairman of the subcommittee on oversight and investigations, at a House meeting last month.
Clashing Agendas: Antidoping Officials vs. U.S. Olympics Leaders

Clashing Agendas: Antidoping Officials vs. U.S. Olympics Leaders

An Olympic monument outside the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. Los Angeles hopes to be awarded the 2024 Summer Games, which could be a financial boon.
Putin Casts Doubt on Storage of Doping Suspects’ Urine Samples

Putin Casts Doubt on Storage of Doping Suspects’ Urine Samples

The Russian president, Vladimir V. Putin, at the opening ceremony of the Winter Olympics in Sochi in 2014.