In the 1960s a US sports institute began promoting the idea of using supernatural powers to achieve athletic greatness. Some ideas were "bonkers", others are still used in sport today.
There are fresh calls for Australian athletes who lost to East German competitors suspected of doping to be recognised by the International Olympic Committee.
The AFL is reviewing its illicit drugs policy amid criticism players are able to use mental health issues as a loophole to avoid suspension.
Former Saints star Nick Riewoldt says there is a "free-for-all" in the offseason of players using illicit drugs because "there's no ramifications" for players who are caught.
The Federal Government establishes a one-stop shop integrity body to help tackle match-fixing, doping and corruption threats in sport.
The head of the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority, David Sharpe, will launch a new frontier in the fight against doping in sports, recruiting parents to help educate their children.
Mile Jedinak co-signs a letter telling FIFA it would be "plainly wrong" to stop Paolo Guerrero from playing in the World Cup next month on the basis of findings the Peru captain did not intend to cheat.
Three Australian "cheats" were caught ahead of the Commonwealth Games, anti-doping authorities reveal, after drug testers conducted a huge operation to ensure the event was the cleanest ever.
Olympic gold medallist Nova Peris is furious that her athlete daughter Jessica's positive result on a drug test was leaked and ASADA saw fit to issue a statement confirming the test, which is only half complete.