Image and Performance Enhancing Drugs (IPEDs) are illicit substances used by people who wish to improve their physical appearance and/or enhance their physical performance. This free webinar gives you the facts on IPEDS.
What is the dopogenic environment? Susan Backhouse shows that doping risk factors emerge from multiple contexts and interact to place individuals and groups at risk.
Faster, stronger, fitter: what are the limits of human performance? And just how powerful can human beings get?
With the Olympics just around the corner and drugs/doping getting most of the ‘pre-Olympics’ headlines we had a look into the process of how dopers are caught and how the illegal substances are detected.
Maria Sharapova revealed on Monday that she had failed a drugs test at this year’s Australian Open.
Kenya could face joining Russia in being banned by the IAAF at this year’s Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.
Millfield school in Somerset has signed up for an anti-sports-doping accreditation scheme, the first time a school in the UK has sought this official “clean sport” status.
The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) Commission Report into alleged systematic doping within Russian athletics is to be unveiled on Monday (November 9) in Geneva, it has been announced.