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India wrestler Yadav says foul play behind failed test

MUMBAI (Reuters) - India's Narsingh Yadav has claimed his supplements and water had been "sabotaged" after the wrestler due to represent his country in the 74kg category at next month's Rio Games tested positive for a banned steroid.


Allardyce still trying to convince the doubters

LONDON (Reuters) - Despite his best efforts to paint himself as a modern coach at the forefront of sports science and psychology, Sam Allardyce has still spent much of his career battling accusations that he is an unreconstructed member of football's 'old school'.

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Al-Amin wants whole nation to stand behind Olympians

The Rio Olympic Games are just around the corner (from Aug 5-21). Malaysia are quietly hoping for the contingent, led by chef de mission (CDM) Tan Sri Al-Amin Majid, to pull off one of their best Olympic outings and end their elusive chase for a gold medal. With expectations and excitement rising, the pressure is mounting too. All Al-Amin wants is for the athletes to enjoy themselves as they try to defy the odds in Rio.


Medical teams to educate M-League players on doping

PETALING JAYA: The Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) want all the medical teams in the M-League to play a more active role in educating players on doping matters.


Economic crisis pummels Venezuelan sport, hinders Olympics athletes

MARACAY, Venezuela (Reuters) - Every morning, Venezuelan archer Elias Malave picks up his old bow, attaches a handful of well-worn arrows to his belt and trains for five hours on an empty field, without a coach.


Jamaican sprinter Carter fails 2008 doping re-test

KINGSTON (Reuters) - Jamaican Olympic sprint relay gold medallist Nesta Carter has returned an anti-doping violation for the banned stimulant Methylhexanamine after the re-testing of 454 samples from the 2008 Beijing Games, two sources familiar with the case have told Reuters.


Sharapova positive test sparks renewed vigilance in New Zealand

AUCKLAND (Reuters) - Athletes in New Zealand have become more vigilant about the medication and supplements they take in the wake of Russian tennis player Maria Sharapova's positive test, Drug Free Sports New Zealand (DFSNZ) said on Monday.

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Drug policy defended after report of 11 failed tests

MELBOURNE (Reuters) - The embattled Australian Football League have defended their policy for illicit drug use after local media reported that 11 players from one of the indigenous code's top clubs allegedly tested positive during the off-season.


Playing it safe by keeping medicine basic

INDIAN WELLS, California (Reuters) - The shock of Maria Sharapova's failed drug test has cast a spotlight on the attention to detail her fellow players apply to medications and supplements, and most say they take as little as possible.


Wee Wern hampered again by injury on left knee

KUALA LUMPUR: There’s good news and bad news for national No. 3 squash player Low Wee Wern.