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Certify became the first of the Godolphin 22 to return from a steroid ban and win when taking the Group Two Cape Verdi at Meydan.

Cycling rebuilds but doubts linger over doping

Chris Froome has been the most affable of Tour de France champions, polite to a tee as he pedalled his way to glory on the Champs-Elysées at the weekend.

The Sport Matrix: Tuesday 23 July 2013

Wada widen remit in battle against drugs cheats

Wada president, John Fahey, hopes their new code can provide a framework for anti-doping

'The doping battle will never be won': Wada president John Fahey delivers worrying appraisal

But Wada head tells Matt Majendie why the recent high-profile cases of Tyson Gay and Asafa Powell prove that the fight must go on

Tyson Gay and Asafa Powell failed drug tests earlier this month

Exclusive: Wada chief John Fahey to target the cheats behind the drug cheats

Anti-doping chief to introduce new code that allows athlete’s team to also be held accountable

Brian Cookson seeks crackdown on cycling's 'doping enablers'

Brian Cookson vows to hunt down cycling's drug pushers if he makes UCI President

British candidate for UCI presidency calls for team staff to face strict rules over doping

Foul Play: The Dark Arts of Cheating in Sport, By Mike Rowbottom

A timely book, given the recent swathe of positive drugs tests in athletics and the storm in an urn following Stuart Broad’s disinclination to walk after being caught behind off a massive nick in the First Ashes Test.

Stewart Lee has claimed that high-profile comedians like Michael McIntyre, Jack Whitehall and Frankie Boyle, use writers to help them create material for their shows

Stewart Lee and funny ghost writers: Comedy is about sincerity as well as laughter

Like so much of the alternative comedy legacy (like political correctness) the passion for originality has been lost

Yohan Blake

Yohan Blake withdraws from World Championships

The 100m champion has suffered a hamstring injury

Froome’s fighting spirit is earning him huge respect among fans still hooked on the Tour

Tour de France 2013: Why is it we love Sir Bradley Wiggins yet find current British Tour de France leader Chris Froome hard to warm to?

Wiggo was like watching paint dry but Froome is riding with pure panache and instinct

Usain Bolt pats Asafa Powell on the head after edging him out in the 100m in Oslo

Sebastian Coe says athletics cannot afford to lose fight against doping

Tyson Gay and Asafa Powell have tested positive

Tour leader Chris Froome goes for routine testing after Sunday’s stage

Tour de France 2013: Chris Froome furious over doping accusations - 'Lance Armstrong cheated. I’m not cheating. End of story'

Epic win on Ventoux has raised the usual doubts, writes Alasdair Fotheringham

Tyson Gay (l) leads Asafa Powell (r) during the 100m event of the Diamond League Athletics meeting in Lausanne

James Lawton on Asafa Powell and Tyson Gay: The life-and-death fight against drugs has always been athletics' phoney war

James Lawton looks at athletics' history with drug scandals in the wake of dark week that yet again tarnishes the sport

Tyson Gay has tested positive for a banned substance

Tyson Gay dropped by sponsor Adidas after failed drugs test

World of athletics continues to tremor as the fallout from failed tests continues

American 100-metre record holder Tyson Gay, who had promoted himself as a clean athlete, tested positive for a banned substance and said he will pull out of the world championships in Moscow

Asafa Powell and Tyson Gay both test positive for oxilofrine

High-profile sprinters are among six athletes to have failed drug tests in the space of 24 hours

I will be up against Lisa Dobriskey (right) again today

Hannah England: It should be a great title fight between Lisa, Laura and me

Keeping Track: We've all been British champion and we'd all hope to be going to Moscow

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