The World Anti-Doping Agency says Jamaican officials have "done exactly what we've asked" to get their drug-testing program back in order after glaring failures ahead of the London Olympics.
The World Anti-Doping Agency expects a breakthrough within weeks to catch athletes who use human growth hormone.
John Fahey, WADA's outgoing president, spent the week complaining about the agency's inability to compel other countries to answer requests or comply to standards, Shaun Assael writes.
The Russian drug-testing lab for February's Winter Olympics in Sochi faces suspension unless it significantly improves the reliability of its results by Dec. 1.
Craig Reedie has been elected president of the World Anti-Doping Agency.
The World Anti-Doping Agency is investigating problems with the drug-testing laboratory in Russia, less than three months before the Sochi Winter Olympics.
Cyclists could be offered immunity to testify in the planned inquiry into the sport's drug-stained past, but it won't apply to Lance Armstrong.
The World Anti-Doping Agency says it is introducing a new technique for urine tests next year that will help catch athletes who take steroids.
Cycling is weeks away from setting up an independent commission to investigate the sport's drug-stained past, World Anti-Doping Agency President John Fahey said Tuesday.
After attempts by Jamaica's anti-doping commission to delay an inquiry, a team from the World Anti-Doping Agency is scheduled to visit the island next week to begin a special audit of the sprinting powerhouse's drug testing regime.
The anti-doping laboratory in the 2016 Olympics host city of Rio de Janeiro had its accreditation revoked Tuesday because of "repeated failures."
The director general of the World Anti-Doping Agency said Wednesday that Jamaican officials need to respond soon to accusations from a former insider who alleges drug-testing procedures are lax.
The World Anti-Doping Agency suspended the testing laboratory in Olympic host city Rio de Janeiro for its second violation within 20 months.
British Olympic official Craig Reedie is set to become the next president of the World Anti-Doping Agency, facing the "daunting" task of cleaning up worldwide drug scandals across sports.
Track and field's governing body will reintroduce four-year bans for serious drug violations in 2015 and wants the World Anti-Doping Agency to deter cheats.
Former Olympic hurdles great Edwin Moses of the United States has entered the race to become the next president of the World Anti-Doping Agency.