Hobey Baker Winner Dryden McKay Accepts 6-Month Ban for Accidental Anti-Doping Violation

[Photo via Mansoor Ahmad/The Reporter] Record-setting Minnesota State goaltender Dryden McKay has accepted a six-month ban from competition for violating an anti-doping rule, according to the United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA). McKay was recently named the winner of this season’s Hobey Baker Trophy – the Division I men’s hockey equivalent of the Heisman Trophy –... Continue Reading →

WADA Reviewing Marijuana as Banned Substance Following Sha’Carri Richardson Suspension

Photo credit: http://www.vanityfair.com The World Anti-Doping Agency is taking another look at whether marijuana should remain a banned substance, coming just a few short months after American sprinter Sha'Carri Richardson tested positive following USA Olympic Trials. Remember that? In June, Sha'Carri Richardson won the women's 100m Trials in a time of 10.86 seconds, thrilling new... Continue Reading →

Mary Cain Exposes Nike’s Abusive Oregon Project

Last May Allyson Felix published a Op-Ed and accompanying video in the New York Times. Felix detailed some of the challenges and obstacles she encountered when returning to training and later competition after giving birth. Specifically female runners are likely to lose sponsorships and endorsements. These runners must overcome a perception that they won't be... Continue Reading →

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