• After doping scandals, Putin's commission calls for change
    The Associated Press54 minutes ago

    After doping scandals, Putin's commission calls for change

    A Russian anti-doping commission set up by President Vladimir Putin called for new measures to claw back prize money from drug cheats and to restore trust in Russian athletes. The commission, headed by 82-year-old former International Olympic Committee member Vitaly Smirnov, denies the Russian government

  • Forecast: Germany to top medal table at Pyeongchang Olympics
    The Associated Press

    Forecast: Germany to top medal table at Pyeongchang Olympics

    If the Pyeongchang Olympics were today, Germany would win the most gold medals and the most medals overall. Germany is predicted to win 14 gold medals and 35 overall. After them in the gold-medal count are France (9), Austria (7), South Korea (7), Netherlands (6), Russia (6), and China (6).

  • Doping: Russia risk Pyeongchang 2018 Paralympic ban over doping - IPC
    Reuters

    Doping: Russia risk Pyeongchang 2018 Paralympic ban over doping - IPC

    Russia risk missing out on the 2018 winter Paralympics if the country's suspended Paralympic Committee (RPC) does not meet obligations for reinstatement after last year's ban over doping, the International Paralympic Committee said on Monday. Russia did not compete in the 2016 Rio de Janeiro

  • Cross-country skier Therese Johaug has court date in June
    The Associated Press

    Cross-country skier Therese Johaug has court date in June

    LAUSANNE, Switzerland (AP) -- Cross-country skier Therese Johaug has a court date in June for a doping case that could force her to miss the 2018 Olympics.