The Essendon Football Club supplements saga (also referred to as the Essendon doping scandal) was a sports controversy which occurred during the early- and mid-2010s.
Essendon supplement scandal. The ASADA inquiry into Essendon’s supplements program in 2012 became one of the sport’s longest running sagas. AFL.com.au has followed the story from its inception.
Former Essendon coach James Hird fronts the media with president Paul Little at the height of the Bombers drug saga. AN expletive-laden tape recording of a private Essendon management meeting over the 2012 supplements program reveals allegations the AFL recanted over punishments to players and administrators for doping.
The AFL’s anti-doping tribunal will release its verdict on the case involving Essendon, the AFL and the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority on Tuesday. The hearings began in December last year
UPDATE: ESSENDON chairman Lindsay Tanner has lashed today’s verdict as “manifestly unfair” but says the club must accept collective blame, as at least two former Bombers explore options for
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Governance lessons from the Essendon drug scandal 23 Jan, 2019 There’s no doubt that Essendon Football Club’s (EFC) Supplements Program of 2012 was a mistake of the highest magnitude.
Essendon drugs scandal: The story so far. – Herald Sun reports that an Essendon official told investigators the club had used the anti-obesity drug AOD-9604, under the belief it had clearance from WADA to do so. – Essendon claims Dank had shown it a letter from WADA approving the …
Aug 10, 2015 · August 10, 2015: Leaked transcripts from top secret hearings by the AFL’s anti-doping tribunal have revealed the painful, physical side effects endured by Essendon players during the club’s
Essendon drug scandal: Timeline of events. Justice John Middleton throws out Essendon and James Hird’s challenge. In a comprehensive ruling, Justice Middleton found all parts of the ASADA investigation lawful, including the provision of the interim report to the AFL.
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Jun 19, 2015 · The greatest drugs scandal in Australian sport breaks in the middle of dinner. It is James Hird’s 40th birthday and the Essendon coach is sitting down to celebrate with his wife and four children when the telephone rings. Tania Hird feels a flash of annoyance as her …
Author: Chip Le Grand
Attempting to keep up with the ongoing drug scandal surrounding the Essendon Bombers football club is an arduous task, with a new and often uncredited storey appearing in the media each day.