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Banned Chinese swimming star Sun Yang has reportedly been called up for national training for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics
The new version sets the hip-hop track to some serious guitar and percussions
The song is a sequel of sorts to his hit single, 'Nadarang'
The Court of Arbitration for Sport must decide whether to confirm the four-year ban WADA imposed on Russia
Banned from the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and other major global events, Russia argues that majority of its athletes are clean and should not be deprived of the right to compete
The supervisory board of RUSADA will hold a meeting and is widely expected to announce its formal rejection against WADA's decision
(UPDATED) Russian athletes will still be allowed to compete at the Olympics next year and the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics, but only as neutrals and if they can prove that they were not part of a state-sponsored system of doping
'I won't stop until I clear my name,' says Shayna Jack, the embattled member of Australia's 4x100m freestyle team that set a world record last year
The PDEA earlier said the song 'may mislead the innocent youth into thinking that the effects of illegal drug use to be harmless'
'Once you start limiting what people can say in a song, what’s to stop anybody from limiting (how they) express themselves in other ways,' Valenciano says
But the former police general stands by his earlier call. 'Freedom of expression is limited. It's not absolute,' he says.
'This is a brazen use of power, and an affront to our right to think, write, create, and talk freely about the state of the nation'
The Canadian government accuses GRU, Russian military's intelligence arm, as responsible
Spain's anti-doping agency closes its investigation on Russian striker Denis Cheryshev
The Grammy Award-winning rap group performs in Manila
Rustem Nazarov tested positive for the banned substance furosemide, a masking agent, in a pre-tournament urine test last week
The suspended Gilas player promotes his advocacy with the help of the NLEX Road Warriors team management
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Jodie Meeks tests positive for banned substances ipamorelin and growth hormone releasing peptide-2
In explosive comments at his secluded mountain training camp in Big Bear, Golovkin says Alvarez enjoys preferential treatment throughout his career by authorities in Nevada
Poisonings, doping, cyberattacks and conflicts in Syria and the Ukraine make for a tense World Cup in 2018
It means the Russians will not be able to march behind their flag at the ceremony
(UPDATED) Kei Saito failed an out-of-competition test prior to the event, the Court of Arbitration for Sport says in a statement
The International Olympic Committee is swift to welcome the decision, the latest twist in the Russian doping scandal, saying the ruling 'supports the fight against doping and brings clarity for all athletes'
WADA chief: 'Every effort has been made to provide a proper playing field for the athletes and I hope, more than anything else, that at the end of the Games that is what it will be'
It is all a far cry from 4 years ago, when Russia hosted the Sochi Winter Olympics and the country soared to the top of the medals table
According to Pound, Russia's ban can be lifted without it acknowledging its conduct or even committing to stopping it
15 Russians whose life bans for doping were lifted last week are barred from the Pyeongchang Winter Games, the International Olympic Committee says
A specialist IOC panel would rule on whether the 13 Russian athletes and two coaches would be allowed to take part in the Pyeongchang Olympics
'Of course it came all the way from the top, from the president,' Grigory Rodchenkov tells German public broadcaster ARD in a phone interview, according to a report on the station's website
2017 turns outs to be a dark year for Russian sport as the country is mired in scandal
(UPDATED) The British Team Sky rider had twice the permitted level of legal asthma drug Salbutamol in his body
Tyson Fury's two-year ban for a positive drug test has been backdated, clearing the way for his ring return
The decision caught the Games organizers off guard, Lee Hee-Bum, chief of the Pyeongchang organizing committee, says
The sanction is the toughest ever leveled by the IOC for drug cheating and is delivered just 65 days ahead of the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea
The British boxer has been out of action for two years, with a failed drugs test in June 2016 blocking his comeback to professional boxing
The refusal to lift the suspension raises the specter of Russia's possible ban from February's Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang
Sharapova continues to garner support from her fans in China
Russian whistleblower Grigory Rodchenkov is the former director of Moscow's anti-doping lab that oversaw drug testing at the 2014 Sochi Olympics
Hyperandrogenism is a condition that causes high natural levels of the male hormone testosterone in women
UPDATED Noah s ban will begin with the first NBA regular season or playoff game for which he is eligible and physically able to play
Michael Phelps in a written testimony says he and teammates are left wondering whether they were competing on a level playing field in Rio
The International Association of Athletics Federations says it has been given the names by investigators working for Canadian lawyer Richard McLaren
The International Bobsleigh and Skeleton Federation IBSF suspends 4 Russian competitors as the fallout from the expose into state backed doping at the 2014 Sochi Olympics takes another twist
Russian anti doping officials continue to reject claims of the government s involvement
The IOC said the action was being taken following evidence produced by World Anti Doping Agency investigator Richard McLaren who released his latest report on December 9
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