Competitors are wary of bans and the impact of reanalysis of samples years after events that can mean the loss of medals and status.
With all of the technology these days you have to wonder how people get away with it.
Nations with doping cultures must continue to be heavily sanctioned if the sport is to continue to grow.
The thinking person’s barbell sport is poised for another surge in popularity.
It's time for professional track athletes to be paid for what they do.
Should athletes outside of the allegations be allowed to compete in Rio?
It looks like we're going to see a reshuffle of the final podiums from Beijing and London over the coming weeks.
According to studies, three to four percent of high school pupils have tried some form of performance enhancing drug (PED).
Drugs aren't the only controversial thing about the Olympics. The doping debate surrounding the 2014 Olympic Games also relates to use of technology in sport.
David Cowan, the man leading the anti-doping program for the Olympics, noted the London games will be the “riskiest” ever for drug cheats. Read on to find out about all the new tests.