You'd think the Internet would be full of nothing but happy Argentina players after their win over the Netherlands to advance to the World Cup final, but it wasn't quite so.
U.S. national team goalkeeper Hope Solo received a public warning Monday from the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency after she tested positive for the banned substance Canrenone in a urine test.
Amber Neben is one of the top road cyclists in the world, but there's one title that has always eluded her: an Olympic gold. She's hoping to end that drought in London.
A majority of the players tested at the Under-17 World Cup in Mexico had traces of clenbuterol in their bodies because they ate contaminated meat, FIFA said Monday.
The Colombian Football Federation says backup goalkeeper Yineth Varon had hormonal treatment that led to a failed drug test at the Women's World Cup and her suspension.
FIFA says Colombia goalkeeper Yineth Varon has failed a drug test at the Women's World Cup and has been provisionally suspended.
Mexico is determined to win the Gold Cup, regardless of how many players it has on its roster.
FIFA says it has banned Belgian player Sven Verdonck worldwide after he tested positive for an anabolic steroid.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says Kolo Toure blames his positive drug test on a diet supplement belonging to the player's wife.
After a tumultuous season, which included a hip injury and an embarrassing positive drug test, Shalrie Joseph is looking to put the past behind him and help New England in the upcoming season, writes Jeff Carlisle.
Anti-doping officials are downplaying the ramifications of a study released this week that found a flaw in a widely-used drug test.
After years of fighting steroids and drug cheats, the World Anti-Doping Agency is facing a new obstacle -- the right to privacy.
Jeff Parke's and Jon Conway's suspensions for drug use are unprecedented in MLS history. Ives Galarcep ponders whether it's the tip of an iceberg or an innocent mistake.
Brazilian soccer star Romario attributed his failed drug test to a substance found in anti-balding medication.
A hair loss remedy could cost former Socceroo Stan Lazaridis his football career after a positive drug test which could result in a two-year ban.
The Professional Footballer's Association has vowed to fight to save Socceroo Stan Lazaridis' career.