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PETALING JAYA: Malaysian sports made news for the wrong reasons last year. At the Incheon Asian Games last September, wushu exponent Tai Cheau Xuen tested positive for the banned substance sibutramine.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australian rules football club Essendon have settled compensation with 18 of the 34 players who were banned for the season in the country's biggest doping crisis in professional sport.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) is to appeal the decision by the Australian Football League (AFL) to acquit sports scientist Stephen Dank of doping charges.
(Reuters) - Three arm fractures in the space of 10 months have left Billy Vunipola both "scared" and scarred, but the England number eight has identified a major cause for his repeated injuries and is taking steps to ensure they do not recur.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australian doping authorities began issuing formal allegations of possible anti-doping violations to 17 current and former Cronulla Sharks rugby league players on Wednesday.
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.
SYDNEY: The Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority says nine Australian athletes have tested positive to methylhexaneamine, a banned stimulant that it warns may be contained in some nutritional supplements.
(Reuters) - Alberto Salazar, the coach of Britain's Olympic champion Mo Farah, has denied administering banned supplements to his athletes and issued a firm rebuttal of what he said were false allegations against him in a British newspaper.
SAO PAULO (Reuters) - International sailors in Brazil for an Olympic test event are taking special supplements and precautionary measures to stop them getting sick during and after the week-long event in Rio de Janeiro's murky waters, team representatives said on Friday.
Former Olympic champion Allen Johnson believes the US Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) needs to be reformed so it can help athletes avoid accidentally taking banned substances in supplements.