Russian biathlete Irina Starykh has been banned for two years for doping, the International Biathlon Union says.
Michael Phelps has rejoined the U.S. drug-testing program, the strongest sign yet that he's returning for the 2016 Rio Olympics.
Years of being lied to by public officials and sports stars has led us to be more cynical about Lance Armstrong's admission of guilt.
Lance Armstrong is stepping down as chairman of his Livestrong charity and Nike has ended his endorsement deal. Our writers weigh in on what all this means for his legacy.
Reigning 400-meter hurdles world champion Lashinda Demus knows that drug testing, though inconvenient, is a necessary evil. But she wonders: Do the powers-that-be test the clean athletes more frequently than the suspicious ones?
Almost four years after a doping ban, Jessica Hardy is still working to prove it wasn't her fault. And she is focused on renewing the Olympic dream crushed in 2008.
Allyson Fox and Justin Gatlin didn't win their events at Hayward Field Saturday, but both runners focused on more than just a first-place finish.
When it comes to doping scandals and the male dominance of cycling news, Kathryn Bertine thinks there are better stories out there and better strategies to eliminate cheaters.
Doping allegations led to a five-month break from the game. She's vindicated, and coaches say the layoff has helped her.
Diana Taurasi might not be able to represent the United States at the 2012 London Olympics.