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Professional cyclist Jonathan Tiernan-Locke has been suspended from sport for two-years following an anti-doping rule violation
Athletes representing Team GB at the 2014 Summer Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing have received anti-doping education from UKAD
UKAD has met with cyclists and fans from all over the country over the past four months through the 2014 StreetVelodrome Series
Rugby League player Rhys Pugsley has been suspended from all sport for two years following an anti-doping rule violation
Collaboration with Gwent Police has led to the successful prosecution of two individuals, resulting in one lifetime ban
UK Anti-Doping official statement in response to the Team Wales announcement on Friday 25 July 2014.
Glasgow 2014 represents the first time that all home countries have delivered a consistent anti-doping education programme
UK Anti-Doping official statement in response to the UCI announcement on Thursday 17 July 2014.
UKAD has published its Annual Report and Accounts for 2013/14
WRU player banned for three years after information was passed to UKAD around steroid use
Information shared with UKAD has been given the all clear by the International Cycling Union (UCI).
A rugby union coach has been suspended for eight years following an anti-doping violation
UKAD is urging spectators, volunteers and event staff to report any behaviour that suggests signs of doping this summer
UKAD Chairman David Kenworthy discussed the role of governments in the fight against doping at a seminar in Hong Kong
More than 1,000 rowers and supporters visited the 100% me outreach stands at the recent Junior Inter-Regional and BUCS regattas
UKAD hosted its first Educator Forum on Tuesday 27 May 2014 in Birmingham
UKAD Chief Executive Andy Parkinson explains why substantial assistance needs to be better understood by the sporting community
Rugby League Player Sebastian Kolasa has been suspended from all sport for 15 months
Summary of findings from UKAD's 2014 Stakeholder Survey
UK Anti-Doping and the Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport have agreed to share best practice
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