Snacks? Check. NCAA basketball tournament bracket? Check. Remote? Check. OK, time for some last-minute cramming about the best March Madness trivia.
The IOC decided Thursday not to reallocate the gold medal that admitted drug-cheat Marion Jones won in the 100 meter sprint at the 2000 Olympics. Why? The silver medalist has also been linked with doping.
The ex-New York Giant accepted a two-year jail sentence as part of a plea deal Thursday. His case follows that of Michael Vick, who spent 18 months in prison for dogfighting.
Don Catlin, one of the world’s top antidoping researchers, is tired of chasing down drugs. Now, he wants to help clean athletes prove their innocence.
Attorney Howard Jacobs, who has defended athletes from Marion Jones to US swimmer Jessica Hardy, believes the system is tilted too much toward antidoping agencies.