Stefan Denifl jailed over Operation Aderlass blood doping Operation Aderlass doctor faces five and a half year prison sentence as case draws to a close Riccardo Riccò banned for life by anti-doping authorities Source Cycling Weekly
Mark Schmidt (centre) in court in Munich (Photo by PETER KNEFFEL/POOL/AFP via Getty Images)The doctor at the centre of the Operation Aderlass scandal has admitted doping athletes during his ongoing trial.
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.