Italian police busting a doping ring (NAS Carabinieri)Authorities searched the houses of 74 athletes registered to sports federations
Doping control kit (Michele Limina/AFP via Getty Images)Only 40 per cent of athletes and coaches said they felt their sport actively encouraged them to report doping
Travis Tygart (Photo By Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call)Some agencies around the world have seen significant reductions in testing while others have shut down completely
Stefan Denifl has appeared in court (Picture: JOSE JORDAN/AFP via Getty Images)Stefan Denifl’s defence lawyer has claimed ‘in cycling there is 90 per cent doping’ as the Austrian pro stands trial over his own blood doping.
(Fabrice Coffrini/AFP/Getty Images)David Lappartient says the Aderlass scandal shows doping "knows no barriers" either between sports or countries
A drugs bust by Spanish police has uncovered a huge EPO ring, which saw criminals post performance enhancing drugs to athletes worldwide.
Georg Preidler quit his team after admitting to having his blood extracted (Photo: Yuzuru SUNADA)
Georg Preidler has told a court he became involved in blood doping “out of pure curiosity.”
Lance Armstrong at anti-doping control during the 2005 Tour de France (Photo by Alexandre MARCHI/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images)For years, anti-doping authorities have struggled against the ever-evolving campaigns cheaters use to gain an advantage.
Kristijan Koren was pulled from the Giro d'Italia after being linked with a doping scandal (Photo: Yuzuru SUNADA)Bahrain-Merida has fired a rider and a sports director after they were banned by the UCI for their links with the Operation Aderlass blood doping scandal.
Stefan Denifl on his way to victory on stage 17 of the 2017 Vuelta a España
(Photo: Yuzuru SUNADA)Stefan Denifl is the second rider to be charged with fraud in the wake of the Operation Aderlass blood doping ring.