17 05, 2022

78 – Olympic Historian Tracks Anti-Doping History – Bill Mallon, MD

By |2022-05-17T07:28:32-06:00May 17th, 2022|Categories: Podcast|

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 [...]

3 05, 2022

77 – The Role of the Court of Arbitration for Sport in Anti-Doping Law – Paul Greene, JD

By |2022-05-06T09:06:32-06:00May 3rd, 2022|Categories: Podcast|

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 [...]

22 04, 2022

PCC Award for Published Advances in Anti-Doping recognizes work on misleading EPO variant

By |2022-04-22T07:15:21-06:00April 22nd, 2022|Categories: Blog|

The Partnership for Clean Competition announced its first Award for Published Advances in Anti-Doping. The award goes to the WADA-accredited anti-doping lab in China for their leadership on the paper Discovery of c.577del in EPO: Investigations into endogenous EPO double-band detected [...]

19 04, 2022

76 – NFL’s Efforts to Promote Clean Sport in Football – Janelle Winston, JD

By |2022-04-19T10:18:08-06:00April 19th, 2022|Categories: Podcast|

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 [...]

18 04, 2022

PCC to Announce Award for Published Advances in Anti-Doping

By |2022-04-18T08:13:18-06:00April 18th, 2022|Categories: Blog|

The Partnership for Clean Competition will announce a winner for the organization’s first Award for Published Advances in Anti-Doping on April 22, 2022. Sharing the overall ideal and mission of clean sport with the annual conference in memoriam of Professor Manfred [...]

5 04, 2022

75 – Insights on Anti-Doping from USADA’s General Counsel – Jeff Cook, JD

By |2022-04-05T08:10:44-06:00April 5th, 2022|Categories: Podcast|

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 [...]

29 03, 2022

PCC launches new report reminder system April 1st

By |2022-03-29T08:08:19-06:00March 29th, 2022|Categories: Blog|

Researchers that are awarded funding by the Partnership for Clean Competition know their funding agreement includes a series of reports, the most notable being a final scientific and final budget report. In order to streamline the reporting process, we integrated it [...]

21 03, 2022

“Game-Changer”: BBC StoryWorks, Thermo Fisher explore importance of developments in mass spectrometry

By |2022-03-21T08:59:03-06:00March 21st, 2022|Categories: Blog|

BBC StoryWorks, supported by Thermo Fisher and aided by the Partnership for Clean Competition, put together a short documentary on some of the scientific technologies being leveraged to fight doping in sport. The short film highlights the predicament of clean athletes [...]

15 03, 2022

74 – Nordic Skier Advocates For Athletes and Anti-Doping – Noah Hoffman

By |2022-03-15T09:06:26-06:00March 15th, 2022|Categories: Podcast|

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 [...]

7 03, 2022

PCC-funded researchers learn new fundamentals of Beta-2 agonists

By |2022-03-07T08:24:49-07:00March 7th, 2022|Categories: Blog|Tags: |

A research team led by Mississippi State University’s Dr. Amanda Patrick recently completed a PCC-funded project on beta-2 agonists, revealing new fundamentals of how the prohibited substances behave in a mass spectrometry environment. These findings could lay the groundwork for better [...]