UFC athlete Amanda Lemos, of Belém, Brazil, has tested positive for a prohibited substance and accepted a two-year sanction for her anti-doping policy violation.
Month: March 2018
While athletes should consult health professionals about the use of supplements, it’s equally important for athletes and their support personnel to understand that supplements and medications are very different in terms of regulation and safety.
Independent Arbitrator Imposes Public Reprimand on UFC Athlete Josh Barnett for Anti-Doping Policy Violation
An independent arbitrator has rendered a decision in the case of UFC athlete Josh Barnett, of Fullerton, Calif., and determined that Barnett should receive a public reprimand for his anti-doping policy violation.
Athletes should always tell their treating physician that they are subject to anti-doping rules since compliance is ultimately the athlete’s responsibility.
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USADA announced today that UFC® athlete Ion Cutelaba, of Chișinău, Moldova, has accepted a six-month sanction after declaring the use of an alternative therapeutic treatment that is prohibited under certain routes of administration.
USADA announced today that UFC® athlete Cynthia Calvillo, of Sacramento, Calif., has accepted a six-month sanction for her anti-doping policy violation.
UFC athlete, Azunna Anyanwu, of Bensalem, Pa., has tested positive for a prohibited substance and accepted the standard one-year sanction for his anti-doping policy violation.
USADA announced a pilot program for a new blood collection process designed to advance the athlete experience, enable more blood collections, and increase sample longevity. The process will utilize TAP™, the world’s first push-button blood collection device, through a partnership with Seventh Sense Biosystems, Inc.