A detailed record of every "Incident" since the introduction of the USADA administered UFC Anti-Doping Program.
As the world went to war in 1914 Cycling was in its infancy. The Tour de France was just ten years old, the Giro d'Italia only five. It was a hard-mans sport, races held over hundreds of kilometres, on dirt roads, on cobbles, and for many of their riders their careers would end with the onset of war.
After the confusion surrounding Andrea Lee's delayed debut, a simple graphic explaining who needs to go in the testing pool, and how long they need to spend there before they can compete in the UFC.
Testing for the seven days up to 1st November (Samples collected) Aljamain Sterling 2 Marlon Vera 2 Bobby Green 1 Mads Burnell 1 Chris Weidman 2 Max Holloway 2 Chad Mendes 1 Marcel Fortuna 1 David Branch 2 Myles Jury 2 Chase Sherman 1 Matt Wiman... Continue Reading →
Over the last few days, it seems that everybody has a theory, from cutting-edge masking agents to contaminated Gatorade. We try to separate the fact from the fiction in the Jon Jones case. Read the rest of this article on MMA-TODAY
Date published late (11th October) for September 2017 Henry Cejudo 2 Arjan Bhullar 1 Ketlen Vieira 1 Sara McMann 1 Wilson Reis 2 Gilbert Melendez 1 Luis -KLB- Henrique 1 Valentina Shevchenko 1 Amanda Nunes 1 Jeremy Stephens 1 Paulo Henrique Costa 1 Testing for... Continue Reading →
“We are a self-supporting cottage industry of knowledge, forums, Twitter thinkers and doers. We all have a certain amount of responsibility. This collective mind has created something and it must be nurtured and sustained because it seems pretty clear to me that most of the established truth-pimps are happy with the status quo.” - L'arriviste... Continue Reading →