Friday Nov 22
Wall Street Journal
Jamaica's Antidoping Board Resigns
The entire board of the Jamaica Antidoping Commission, including its chairman, Herbert Elliott, resigned Friday amid a continuing investigation into testing practices.
Veteran Collins believes his sport is a victim of its own anti-doping regime
Kim Collins has watched the gathering storm surrounding Jamaica's athletes from his home, just across the Caribbean, in St Kitts, but such clouds have regularly cast a shadow over paradise.
The Globe and Mail
Jamaican sprinters Usain Bolt and Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce win IAAF athlete of the year awards
Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt, right, and Jamaican track and field sprinter Shelly Ann Fraser Pryce hold their International Athletic Foundation "2013 Athlete of the Year Awards" after a press conference, Saturday, Nov. 16, 2013, in Monaco.
Bolt says Jamaican doping issues costing him money
Olympic sprint champion Usain Bolt said on Saturday that controversy over Jamaica's anti-doping program is scaring off potential sponsors and costing him money.
Bolt - Doping controversy costs me cash
Olympic sprint champion Usain Bolt said today that controversy over Jamaica's anti-doping programme is scaring off potential sponsors and costing him money.
Finally somebody standing up for dopers
Convicted doper Shelley-Ann Fraser-Pryce says what I'm sure everybody in the world is thinking: stop trying to catch dopers! In recent weeks, some negative attention has been placed on Kenya and Jamaica, two countries enjoying athletic booms, and, coincidentally, having among the worst anti-doping records in the world.
Lax testing risks Olympic ban - Bach
Jamaica and Kenya risk being banned from future Olympic Games if their drugs testing programmes fail to come up to scratch, International Olympic Committee chief Thomas Bach has warned.
Black Country Bugle
Fahey calls for greater WADA power
Doping scandals in Jamaica and Kenya have highlighted the need for the World Anti-Doping Agency to be given greater powers to investigate, the organisation's outgoing president has claimed.
Jamaica failed drug tests 'tip of iceberg'
Jamaica's most senior drug tester says the country's recent rash of failed tests might be the "tip of an iceberg".