On November 17, 2015

Does the Latest Anti-Doping Scandal Mark the Beginning of the End for Sports Drug Cheats?

This week the media spotlight has been firmly on anti-doping, with revelations that have sent a shockwave through the world of athletics. The IAAF has come under heavy scrutiny and has some difficult decisions to make in light of WADA’s independent report, which revealed London 2012 was “sabotaged” by “widespread inaction” against athletes with suspicious
On November 10, 2015

The Start of Change for Athletics?

With anti-doping still dominating the headlines, Versapak’s Chair of Doping Control, Francis Cassidy, gave insight into the latest developments of the WADA report to Sky News: “It was compelling viewing… when we look at it from Versapak’s point of view, obviously we’re putting equipment out there that will help catch people who will use illegal
On September 18, 2015

Rugby World Cup and Versapak Doping Control’s shared history

Before the 2015 Rugby World Cup comes to a close, dozens of players will have been tested as part of a rigorous anti-doping policy. Whilst the issue of performance enhancement has been in the news, casting aspersions on certain elements of the sports sector, rugby’s education and testing programme is widely regarded as world class.