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  1. Doping Cases by Nation Updated as of May 24th, 2018 Rank Nation Doping Cases 1 United States 64 2 Italy 46 3 Russia 30 4 Iran 10 5 Canada 9 5 Great Britain 9 7 Australia 8 7 India 8 9 Dominican Republic 7 10 Turkey 6 11 Brazil 4 11 Costa Rica 4 11 South Africa 4 14 China 3 14 Colombia 3 14 Morocco 3 14 Serbia 3 14 Sweden 3 14 Ukraine 3 20 Argentina 2 20 Austria 2 20 Japan 2 20 Kenya 2 20 Moldova 2 20 Tanzania 2 20 Venezuela 2 27 Bahrain 1 27 Belarus 1 27 Bolivia 1 27 Croatia 1 27 Czech Republic 1 27 Egypt 1 27 Ethiopia 1 27 France 1 27 Germany 1 27 Ireland 1 27 Israel 1 27 Jamaica 1 27 Kazakhstan 1 27 Lithuania 1 27 Malaysia 1 27 Mexico 1 27 Pakistan 1 27 Romania 1 27 Samoa 1 27 Switzerland 1 27 Uruguay 1 27 Zimbabwe 1 Total 263 Doping Cases by Sport Updated as of May 24th, 2018 Rank Sport Doping Cases 1 Non-Olympic Sports 62 2 Athletics 57 3 Baseball 37 4 Cycling - Road 26 5 Weightlifting 20 6 Boxing 11 7 Football 9 8 Tennis 6 9 Basketball 5 9 Equestrian 5 11 Handball 3 11 Triathlon 3 13 Canoeing - Sprint 2 13 Cycling - Track 2 13 Swimming 2 13 Wrestling 2 17 Archery 1 17 Cycling - BMX 1 17 Cycling - Mountain Bike 1 17 Field Hockey 1 17 Golf 1 17 Judo 1 17 Modern Pentathlon 1 17 Skateboarding 1 17 Snowboarding 1 17 Speed Skating 1 17 Water Polo 1 - Artistic Swimming 0 - Alpine Skiing 0 - Badminton 0 - Beach Volleyball 0 - Biathlon 0 - Bobsleigh 0 - Canoeing - Slalom 0 - Cross-Country Skiing 0 - Curling 0 - Diving 0 - Fencing 0 - Figure Skating 0 - Freestyle Skiing 0 - Gymnastics - Artistic 0 - Gymnastics - Rhythmic 0 - Gymnastics - Trampoline 0 - Ice Hockey 0 - Karate 0 - Luge 0 - Nordic Combined 0 - Rowing 0 - Rugby Sevens 0 - Sailing 0 - Shooting 0 - Short Track Speed Skating 0 - Skeleton 0 - Ski Jumping 0 - Softball 0 - Sport Climbing 0 - Surfing 0 - Table Tennis 0 - Taekwondo 0 - Volleyball 0 Total 263
  2. Stars of the Future

    Inspired by Jakob Ingebrigtsen I thought I'd start a thread where people discuss young sportspeople from their countries we could see doing well at the Olympics of 2024 onwards. Maybe restricted to sportsmen/sportswomen under 20 years old. Post your suggestions on who will be the stars of Paris onwards.
  3. Olympians who died in 2018

    Nobody yet...
  4. Doping Cases and Bans Thread (2018)

    Case #453 (Russia #53) Athlete: Egor Musienko Sport: Non-Olympic (Powerlifting) Duration: 48 Months Expiration: April 19th, 2022 Substance: ? Source: http://rusada.ru/news/disqualification/ Case #454 (Russia #54) Athlete: Vasily Polenin Sport: Non-Olympic (Powerlifting) Duration: 48 Months Expiration: June 15th, 2022 Substance: ? Source: http://rusada.ru/news/disqualification/ Case #455 (Russia #55) Athlete: Nikolay Busygin Sport: Non-Olympic (Powerlifting) Duration: 48 Months Expiration: June 15th, 2022 Substance: ? Source: http://rusada.ru/news/disqualification/ Case #456 (Russia #56) Athlete: Alexander Soldatenkov Sport: Bobsleigh Duration: 48 Months Expiration: April 23rd, 2022 Substance: ? Source: http://rusada.ru/news/disqualification/ Case #457 (Russia #57) Athlete: Nikita Yashin Sport: Non-Olympic (Sambo) Duration: 48 Months Expiration: April 13th, 2022 Substance: ? Source: http://rusada.ru/news/disqualification/ Case #458 (Russia #58) Athlete: Polina Kovalyova Sport: Cross-Country Skiing Duration: 24 Months Expiration: March 1st, 2020 Substance: ? Source: http://rusada.ru/news/disqualification/
  5. Doping Cases and Bans Thread (2018)

    Case #448 (Russia #48) Athlete: Aisil Fahertdinova Sport: Ski Jumping Duration: 48 Months Expiration: February 20th, 2022 Substance: ? Source: http://rusada.ru/news/disqualification/ Case #449 (Russia #49) Athlete: Mohammed Happaev Sport: Weightlifting Duration: 48 Months Expiration: March 30th, 2022 Substance: ? Source: http://rusada.ru/news/disqualification/ Case #450 (Russia #50) Athlete: Artem Shcherbakova Sport: Non-Olympic (Sambo) Duration: 48 Months Expiration: May 24th, 2022 Substance: ? Source: http://rusada.ru/news/disqualification/ Case #451 (Russia #51) Athlete: Natalia Stepanova Sport: Non-Olympics (Para Athletics) Duration: 48 Months Expiration: June 15th, 2022 Substance: ? Source: http://rusada.ru/news/disqualification/ Case #452 (Russia #52) Athlete: Victoria Knysh Sport: Non-Olympic (Powerlifting) Duration: 48 Months Expiration: April 10th, 2022 Substance: ? Source: http://rusada.ru/news/disqualification/
  6. Doping Cases and Bans Thread (2018)

    Case #442 (Russia #42) Athlete: Vasily Kopeikin Sport: Athletics Duration: 48 Months Expiration: May 4th, 2021 Substance: ? Source: http://rusathletics.info/97257 Case #443 (Russia #43) Athlete: Evgeny Slyakovskiy Sport: Non-Olympic (Powerlifting) Duration: 48 Months Expiration: November 23rd, 2021 Substance: ? Source: http://rusada.ru/news/disqualification/ Case #444 (Russia #44) Athlete: Elizabeta Goncherova Sport: Cycling - Road Duration: 18 Months Expiration: April 4th, 2019 Substance: ? Source: http://rusada.ru/news/disqualification/ Case #445 (Russia #45) Athlete: Vladislav Bondarenko Sport: Non-Olympic (Sambo) Duration: 24 Months Expiration: March 26th, 2020 Substance: ? Source: http://rusada.ru/news/disqualification/ Case #446 (Russia #46) Athlete: Yury Permyakov Sport: Non-Olympic (Sambo) Duration: 48 Months Expiration: March 26th, 2022 Substance: ? Source: http://rusada.ru/news/disqualification/ Case #447 (Russia #47) Athlete: Gadzhi Gamzatova Sport: Wrestling Duration: 48 Months Expiration: March 26th, 2022 Substance: ? Source: http://rusada.ru/news/disqualification/
  7. Asian Games 2018

    I trusted Wikipedia when it said this was their first match, Stupid mistake to make.
  8. Asian Games 2018

    Lucky there's no cricket this time.. India v Indonesia would be... interesting.
  9. Asian Games 2018

    This is Malaysia's first ever competitive match...
  10. Athletics EAA European Championships 2018

    The world indoor 60m hurdles record. It seems to be that Kallur's time was overlooked by the people who ratify the records,. I gather this rule will be changed next year.
  11. Athletics EAA European Championships 2018

    Mondo Duplantis's pole vault will be recognised as a new national record for US rules say that if you are a US citizen it doesn't matter if you compete for another country - you can still set American records.
  12. Olympic Videos & Pictures

    Introduction to BBC coverage of Beijing...
  13. Stars of the Future

    1 - If I make a mistake I don't waste time making small ones. 2/3 - Somebody who has the capability of being the best in the world (or at least being close to the best) but is not yet well known outside their own country unless you follow junior sport very closely. Jakob would have been in this category at the start of 2018 but. obviously, he got very good, very quickly. Probably people who have already won medals at senior level can be excluded - but I think the "rules" don't have to be too strict either.
  14. Doping Cases and Bans Thread (2018)

    Case #438 (Great Britain #13) Athlete: Adam Fedorciow Sport: Weightlifting Duration: 24 Months Expiration: July 14th, 2019 Substance: Coclaurine, Higenamine Source: https://www.ukad.org.uk/anti-doping-rule-violations/current-violations/ Case #439 (Great Britain #14) Athlete: Harry Reardon Sport: Non-Olympic (Rugby League) Duration: 48 Months Expiration: November 29th, 2021 Substance: Norandrosterone Source: https://www.ukad.org.uk/anti-doping-rule-violations/current-violations/ Case #440 (Great Britain #15) Athlete: Joanna Blair Sport: Athletics Duration: 48 Months Expiration: July 19th, 2021 Substance: 17β-hydroxy-17α-methylandrosta-1,4-dien-3-one Source: https://www.ukad.org.uk/anti-doping-rule-violations/current-violations/ Case #441 (Great Britain #16) Athlete: Ashley Johnson Sport: Non-Olympic (Rugby Union) Duration: 6 Months Expiration: August 6th, 2018 Substance: Hydrochlorothiazide Source: https://www.ukad.org.uk/anti-doping-rule-violations/current-violations/
  15. Athletics EAA European Championships 2018

    To be fair deleted themselves.
  16. Olympic champion from Hemel Hempstead European champion from Newtonards. That's a bit like the two best cricket players in the world coming from Zagreb and Belgrade...
  17. Athletics EAA European Championships 2018

    Aren't there Croat handball players playing for Qatar?
  18. Athletics EAA European Championships 2018

    It's absolutely right that somebody can change countries but it shouldn't be easy. A bad example is the Kenyan who arrived in Turkey and was competing for his new country 12 months later despite having spent a lot of those 12 months back training in Kenya. And it doesn't matter that athlete was from Kenya, it would be the same if he was from Sweden or the UK or Japan or Morocco or any other country, If there's no family link to the new country then they should live in that country for at least three years - maybe more
  19. Road Cycling UEC European Championships 2018

    Don't exaggerate - it's only 38
  20. Athletics EAA European Championships 2018

    Although remember that, although Farah was born in Somalia and has a Somalian mother, his father was British so Mo has been a British citizen since he was born
  21. Athletics EAA European Championships 2018

    Nice reference to Wilson Kipketer there
  22. Road Cycling UEC European Championships 2018

    It's hardly rained at all for the last three months so it had to happen sometime...
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