Drug Scandal

The use of illicit or performance-enhancing drugs by an athlete competing in a sporting event sponsored by an organisation by which those agents are banned
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25, after the drug scandal implicating Seungri, former member of K-pop group BIGBANG, erupted.
Dr Nisar said he was suspended in May 2014 for unearthing a big spurious drug scandal in which some higher ups were involved.
The most recent and high-profile drug scandal involves Canelo Alvarez after he failed two tests for clenbuterol in February, resulting in his highly-anticipated rematch with Gennady Golovkin being called off and a six-month suspension.
Russian sports minister Vitaly Mutko, a member of FIFA's executive committee, is now under investigation for his involvement in his country's "state-sponsored" drug scandal.
The biggest drug scandal to affect the sport in years hit on Sunday, with sprinters Asafa Powell and Tyson Gay, two of its biggest names, both returning positive tests.
The sport's biggest drug scandal in years hit this week with sprinters Asafa Powell of Jamaica and America's Tyson Gay, two of its biggest names, returning positive tests.
Or, in the wake of the drug scandal surrounding the Godolphin racing stable, perhaps that sort of thing just goes on in the owners' enclosure.
The former Mr Universe, who had served in the Austrian armed forces at the peak of the Cold War, also said that the drug scandal is like the North Korean missile crisis, in which one side develops a new missile which means the other side has to develop a new defence.
Summary: Abdel-Latif Fneish, Hezbollah Minister Mohammad Fneish's brother, turned himself over to authorities Friday on a warrant issued by a judge over a recent pharmaceutical drug scandal.
Former evangelical leader Ted Haggard, who left ministry after being caught in a sex and drug scandal, started a prayer meeting in his Colorado home Nov.
THINGS you won't see on Strictly Come Dancing: Drug scandal Martina Hingis doing the hokeycokey.
It will probably not have a major effect on her career; look at how Kate Moss benefited from her own drug scandal. But will her sudden confession have the effect she desires, as being a warning to others about the dangers of drugs - or just add to the idea that taking drugs is a glamorous thing to do?