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Essendon and Hird v ASADA

Essendon and Hird v ASADA

Anti doping and sporting organisations cannot do ‘whatever it takes’ to secure an anti doping conviction – they like all other organisations and persons are bound to act within the law.

Why cycling’s anti-doping system is broken: XZTT v Anti-Doping Rule Violation Tribunal

Why cycling’s anti-doping system is broken: XZTT v Anti-Doping Rule Violation Tribunal

In XZTT v Anti-Doping Rule Violation Tribunal [2012] AATA 728 the AAT concluded that, in addition to the "egregious", "flagrant breaches" and delays by the UCI and Cycling Australia, the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority and the Anti-Doping Rule Violation Panel "each misconceived their respective legal obligations under the ASADA Act and the NAD Scheme."

Stephen Hodge, Cycling Australia and “when things changed and it all went bad”

Stephen Hodge, Cycling Australia and “when things changed and it all went bad”

Hodge remembers the ONCE team being a very tight unit, several years before “things changed and it all went bad”.

Post-Armstrong Cycling Australia eats itself alive

Post-Armstrong Cycling Australia eats itself alive

Others in the Cycling Australia network also need to come clean about their participation - in many different ways - in the long-term corruption of Australian cycling. They need to reveal their roles in maintaining the Armstrong conspiracy and their role in inducting others into that system.

Matt White on doping with US Postal: “I too was involved in that strategy.”

Matt White on doping with US Postal: “I too was involved in that strategy.”

MEDIA RELEASE 13 October 2012 Statement Regarding USADA Report and My Time at US Postal Service Team I am aware my name has been mentioned during talks that USADA has had with former team mates of mine in their investigation regarding doping activities at the US Postal Service team. I am sad to say that […]