Mary Anne Catalano, the former lead assistant to a Canadian doctor accused of treating professional athletes with performance-enhancing drugs, avoided jail time as expected and was sentenced to one year of unsupervised probation.
The attorney for Canadian sports physician Dr. Anthony Galea is encouraged by the recent string of denials from top professional athletes that his client incorporated human growth hormone as part of their treatment in healing from injuries.
Despite Tiger Woods' embarrassing sex scandal, sponsors of the golfer's foundation haven't jumped ship, and those who run it say that despite the upheaval in his personal life, Woods remains committed to the foundation and the children it serves.
A scheduled Tuesday court appearance for Mary Anne Catalano, a former assistant to a controversial Canadian doctor who has treated a bevy of elite athletes, including Tiger Woods, has been extended until March 12 in U.S. District Court in Buffalo.
U.S. Customs officials got onto the trail of a Canadian doctor after an assistant was found in possession of growth hormone and other drugs purportedly intended for Dr. Anthony Galea while being questioned at a border crossing into Buffalo.
These obviously aren't good times for Roger Clemens. But he isn't the only person in Houston whose life has been turned upside down since the Rocket was named in the Mitchell Report, writes ESPN.com's Mike Fish.
Matt Walsh, the third man on a three-man video team for the New England Patriots during the beginning of their run to dominance, suggests there might be more to 'Spygate' than we know, writes ESPN.com's Mike Fish.