Dr. Bill Mallon is an Olympic historian as well as Co-founder and Past President of the International Society of Olympic Historians. He is also a medical doctor, specializing in orthopedic surgery, and a former professional golfer. Bill joined us in this episode to discuss the history of anti-doping and the Olympics.
Paul Greene is an attorney at Global Sports Advocates, LLC who represents a variety of clients in the sports realm, including everyone from Olympic committees to athletes accused of doping. He joins us in this episode to discuss the legal process for athletes who might find themselves accused of wrongdoing.
Janelle Winston is a lawyer who represents the NFL and its teams in labor-management disputes involving compensation and salary, player discipline, electronic medical records, and workers’ compensation, as well as anti-doping. She is also the newest member of the Partnership for Clean Competition’s Board of Governors, representing the NFL. We discuss these topics and more in this episode.
Jeff Cook is the General Counsel for the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency (USADA), where he leads USADA’s legal and investigative staff as well as the legal department’s arbitration and legal cases. He joins us in this episode to discuss his experiences and his role in fighting doping in sport.
Noah Hoffman is a two-time Olympian. He competed for Team USA in Nordic skiing before moving on to become an advocate for athletes, both in a personal capacity and as a board member of the group Global Athlete, as well as an Athlete presenter for the Education Team at USADA. Noah joined us in this episode to talk about how doping affects athletes and how it shaped him into the advocate he is today.
Dr. Fred Schaufele is a Professor at the University of California, San Francisco and a Co-Founder at XCellAssay. He’s a research scientist with extensive knowledge and capabilities in a broad variety of biochemical, molecular, and cellular fields. In this episode, Dr. Schaufele discusses recently completed PCC-funded research on detecting anabolic androgenic steroids, specifically in amateur sporting populations.
By Partnership for Clean Competition|2022-03-01T08:51:26-07:00March 1st, 2022|Categories: Podcast|Comments Off on 73 – Innovative Approaches for Detecting Anabolic Androgenic Steroid Abuse – Fred Schaufele, PhD
Dr. Olivier Rabin is the Senior Director of Science and Medicine at the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA). Among his many responsibilities are overseeing the List of Prohibited Substances and Methods as well as the Athlete Biological Passport. He joins us today to talk about the WADA Prohibited List and changes for 2022.
Dr. Mario Thevis is Professor and head of the Centre for Preventive Doping Research at the German Sport University of Cologne. He is also Director of the European Monitoring Center for Emerging Doping Agents (EuMoCEDA), a forensic chemist, Editor and Chief of the journal Drug Testing and Analysis, and a Research Scientist with the Partnership for Clean Competition. In this episode, Mario discusses new research focusing on the athlete exposome.
By Partnership for Clean Competition|2022-02-01T07:49:01-07:00February 1st, 2022|Categories: Podcast|Comments Off on 71 – Investigating the Athlete Exposome and its Importance for Drug Testing – Mario Thevis, PhD
Dr. Lindsay Duncan is a professor in the Kinesiology and Physical Education Department at McGill University in Montreal. She specializes in health psychology, health communication, and health interventions. She joins us in this interview to talk about new research focused on guiding athlete behavior in the anti-doping space, specifically investigating athlete protective behaviors.
By Partnership for Clean Competition|2022-01-18T07:45:51-07:00January 18th, 2022|Categories: Podcast|Comments Off on 70 – Identifying Protective Behaviors in Athletes to Promote Anti-Doping Adherence – Lindsay Duncan, PhD
Jorge Leyva serves as the CEO of the Institute of National Anti-Doping Organisations, also known as iNADO. The organization provides advocacy and support for national anti-doping agencies all over the world. Jorge joins us today to discuss iNADO operations as well as a recent review that the organization conducted regarding the last few decades of anti-doping research.
Günter Younger works as the Director of Intelligence and Investigations for the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA). He comes to the position from a background in law enforcement. In this episode, Günter joins us to talk about the role of whistleblowers in anti-doping, steps being taken to protect whistleblowers, and confidential resources available for people to report suspected wrong-doing in sport.
By Partnership for Clean Competition|2021-12-21T09:13:55-07:00December 21st, 2021|Categories: Podcast|Comments Off on 68 – The Critical Role of Whistleblowers in the Fight Against Doping – Günter Younger
Allison Wagner serves as the US Anti-Doping Agency’s first Director of Athlete and International Relations. She was formerly an All-American, Olympic, and World Champion swimmer, and her accomplishments include a silver medal in the Atlanta Olympic Games and a former world record set in the World Championships in Palma de Mallorca. Now, Allison is using her experience as an athlete to serve as a voice for others. She joins us in this episode to discuss her role in anti-doping.