Tennis star Maria Sharapova admitted to failing a drug test at the Australian Open earlier this year.
After the Al Jazeera documentary, The Dark Side: The Secret World of Sports Doping, aired on Saturday implicating Peyton Manning as an HGH user, he's already shot down the allegations.
For nearly two years Alex Rodriguez has been in the middle of a firestorm related to his alleged use of steroids while playing for the…
Sources at ESPN are reporting that the New York Yankees are looking for ways to sever ties with Alex Rodriguez over new performance enhancing drug allegations. A story in the Miami New Times lists A-Rod among the athletes who purchased controlled substances from a Miami “wellness clinic” run by nutritionist Anthony Bosch. According to the […]
A year after being found guilty of obstruction of justice, former Major League Baseball player Barry Bonds is looking for a new gig. The home run record holder has expressed interest in coaching for his former team, the San Francisco Giants. Like TheUrbanDaily.com on Facebook to stay updated with the latest entertainment news and sports […]
Tampa Bay Rays outfielder Manny Ramirez announced that he would retire from baseball after being handed a 100 game suspension. Ramirez tested positive for performance enhancing drugs for the second time in his career and would miss most of the season as punishment. Rather than serve the sentence the 38 year old with 555 career […]
Barry Bond’s mistress Kimberly Bell was called to testify in court for the Home Run King’s perjury trial. She met Bonds in 1994 while he was married to his ex-wife Liz Watson. Watson filed for divorce in February of 2010 citing irreconcilable differences. RELATED: Are Female Celebrities Using Steroids? Prosecutors are hoping that Bell’s testimony […]
Almost eight years after testifying that he never took steroids or accepted human growth hormone, home-run king Barry Bonds goes on trial for perjury. In 2003 the former San Francisco Giant told a grand jury that he never knowingly took steroids but the government does not believe him. If convicted he faces five years in […]
In On October 5, 2007, former track start Marion Jones pled guilty to lying to federal agents in the BALCO steroid investigation. She served six months in prison in 2008 and as part of her community service she speaks to children across the country, but her own children still don’t know about her prison bid.