Anti-doping efforts are not stopping cheating in sport. Unless there's a game changer in technology, we might just have to live with a certain amount of doping in the Olympics.
Where Russia broke the cardinal rule of doping – don’t get caught – the anti-doping regime has broken a cardinal rule of nature: don’t poke the Russian Bear, writes Jason Mazanov.
Athletes are marginalised in anti-doping processes led by the World Anti-Doping Agency, writes Jason Mazanov.
FIFA's confidence that there is "no systematic doping in football" seems misplaced given the evidence from other football codes, writes Jason Mazanov.
Fewer drug cheats at the Winter Olympics? Or are Winter Olympians simply better at beating the tests, asks Jason Mazanov.
The real scandal from the Australian Crime Commission's report into drugs in sport is that the opportunity for change has been lost in a blizzard of political grandstanding and media spin, writes Jason Maznov.
We need to move on from saying “drugs are bad” and start looking at new ways of dealing with drugs in sport, argues Jason Mazanov.