McLaren report

McLaren report: More than 1,000 Russian athletes involved in state-sponsored doping

The London 2012 Olympics were “corrupted on an unprecedented scale” by Russia’s government and sports authorities, who colluded to ensure the country’s sportspeople were able to take a cocktail of banned performance-enhancing drugs yet evade doping tests, it has been revealed,

WADA to announce new report on Russia doping investigation

The first McLaren report discovered that Russia has run a systemic and state-sponsored doping program for several years, including in the run-up to the Sochi Games. The report caused ban of hundreds of Russian athletes from 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. The

Rio Paralympics 2016: Russian athletes banned after doping scandal

The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) had suspended Russia following the publication of the McLaren report, according to BBC. The report, published last month, claimed Russia had operated a state-sponsored doping program. The International Olympic Committee (IOC) chose not to give Russia a blanket