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Swimming


WADA may appeal over Sun’s secret doping ban

The World Anti-Doping Agency may appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport after Chinese swimming star Sun Yang served a three-month doping ban in secret....

November 27, 2014, Thursday


WADA likely to appeal over Sun's doping ban

The World Anti-Doping Agency may appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport after Chinese swimmer Sun Yang served a three-month doping ban in secret, according to an AFP report on Wednesday. A WADA ...

November 26, 2014, Wednesday


CSA defends 3-month doping ban for Sun

The Chinese Swimming Association (CSA) has defended the three-month ban handed out to world and Olympic swimming champion Sun Yang for a doping offence....

November 26, 2014, Wednesday


Sun Yang's national title taken away for doping

Sun Yang's national 1,500-meter freestyle title was stripped as the star swimmer had failed a doping test during the national championships this May, announced the Zhejiang Swimming Association Monday. ...

November 24, 2014, Monday


Tomita theft denial ‘astonishes’ JOC

The Japanese Olympic Committee reacted with “astonishment” yesterday after disgraced swimmer Naoya Tomita denied stealing a journalist’s camera at the Asian Games in September, despite previously confessing to the crime....

November 8, 2014, Saturday


Tomita in camera theft U-turn

Japanese swimmer Naoya Tomita, who initially admitted to stealing a camera at the recent Asian Games and was issued a summary indictment, yesterday said an unknown man had put the stolen device in his bag....

November 7, 2014, Friday


Japan's Tomita retracts confession to camera theft

DISGRACED Japanese swimmer Naoya Tomita on Thursday tearfully denied he had stolen a journalist's camera at the Asian Games in September, despite previously admitting the crime to South Korean police. ...

November 6, 2014, Thursday


Tomita gets 18-month ban for camera theft

Japanese swimmer Naoya Tomita has been suspended for 18 months by the country’s swimming federation and fired from his job after stealing a camera at the Incheon Asian Games....

October 9, 2014, Thursday


Phelps suspended for 6 months

American swimmer Michael Phelps, the most decorated Olympian of all time, was suspended for six months by USA Swimming on Monday following his recent arrest on a drunken driving charge.Phelps,...

October 8, 2014, Wednesday


Disgraced Japan swimmer 'lost his mind': JOC

DISGRACED swimmer Naoya Tomita was "not in his usual mental state" when he stole a journalist's camera at the Asian Games, the Japanese Olympic Committee (JOC) said Saturday. Tomita, who was expelled ...

October 4, 2014, Saturday


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