Armstrong Launches Anti-Doping Plan To Appease Doubters

by Justin Davis ADELAIDE, Australia, Jan 17, 2009 (AFP) - American cycling icon Lance Armstrong will publicize the results of the drug tests he has undergone since coming out of retirement last year, he said in Adelaide Saturday. The Seven-time Tour de France winner will publicize his recent test results with the support and endorsement of anti-doping scientist Don Catlin, Armstrong said. … [Read more...]

Study: Olympic and Tour de France Enhanced Performance Drug Testing Flawed

International Herald Tribune: Study shows problems with Olympic-style tests Athletes who want to cheat by injecting themselves with a performance-enhancing drug that boosts their blood cell count can do so with little risk of getting caught, a new study indicates, possibly exposing another flaw in what is regarded as the world's toughest anti-doping program. A urine test that is supposed to … [Read more...]

ADSI and ASE Team-up to Fight Doping

Dr. Don Catlin named Chief Science Officer of ADSI Los Angeles, California, June 9, 2008 – Anti-Doping Sciences Institute, Inc. (“ADSI”) and the Agency for Sports Ethics, LLC (“ASE”) have joined forces in support of their common goal of creating effective new approaches to combating doping in sports. The relationship provides for ADSI to advise ASE on its overall program design, … [Read more...]