The two top-ranked tennis players in the world support fellow player Andy Murray’s desire to have more stringent drug testing in the sport.
Andy Murray has not always been a fan of the drug testing process in tennis, but now he wants harsher testing in the sport to get rid of those who are cheating.
Robinson Cano is one of the best players in baseball, and he should be for years to come.
Eric Gagne details his use of HGH in his new biography and estimates that 80 percent of his Dodgers teammates were using performance-enhancing drugs, ESPN LA reports.
Every time a player gets caught using performance-enhancing drugs, it leads to a discussion about whether or not the punishment is harsh enough.
Remember the days when you could become arm-strong just on natural ability and work ethic? Well, those times are apparently as antiquated as using elbow grease and whipping out the old Thomas Guide to
Lance Armstrong fought to beat testicular cancer, fought to win seven straight Tour de France titles, and fought to keep defending himself against continuous allegations of PED use, but on August 23,
The comments Skip Bayless made on Wednesday about Derek Jeter were nothing more than Skip being Skip.