Shaun Assael asks, with some states no longer banning marijuana, is it time for leagues to change their policies against recreational use?
If Floyd Landis goes in front of the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency over his positive drug test at the Tour de France, he will request an open hearing.
If you're a big leaguer looking for an edge, MLB's drug policy still has holes large enough to drive a team bus through.
Vince McMahon and the WWE have faced it before, so the latest scrutiny of their drug-testing policies is a familiar refrain for them. As Shaun Assael writes, they'll likely weather this storm, too.
Ron Hornaday's admission that he used testosterone brings NASCAR face to face with the shortcomings in its drug-testing policy. Will the league learn from this?
World Wrestling Entertainment has suspended 10 performers for violations of a policy that requires drug tests, the company said Thursday.