Christian Coleman Receives Two-Year Suspension
Oct 27, 2020
Christian Coleman, the 2019 100m world champion, has been banned from the sport for two years. The fastest man in the world now will likely miss next summer's Olympics, the result of a case that was rooted in missed drug tests and spanned the past two years.
Coleman Struggling To Find Sympathy Among Elite T&F Peers
Jun 19, 2020
The crux of Christian Coleman’s argument that he arrived back at home on December 9, 2019, during his drug testing window and therefore should not have incurred a whereabouts violation rests on whether or not you trust the sprinter.
The List Of 'Whereabouts Failures' Continues To Grow
Jun 17, 2020
2019 World Champion, Christian Coleman is the latest 'high-profile' athlete to be charged with a 'whereabouts failure' in what is now a growing list of athletes violating this anti-doping protocol.
Christian Coleman Delivers 100m Gold Under The Bright Lights In Doha
Sep 28, 2019
In the 100m final, Christian Coleman shone brighter than the lights that illuminated the track with his name during his introduction at Khalifa International Stadium.
Christian Coleman Cleared, Will Compete At 2019 World Championships
Sep 2, 2019
After nearly two weeks of speculation and uncertainty, the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) dropped its case against Christian Coleman today, preserving the world's fastest man's eligibility to compete at the upcoming outdoor world championships and contend for the 2020 Olympic Games.
Report: Christian Coleman May Face Suspension After Missed Drug Tests
Aug 22, 2019
Christian Coleman may be facing a two-year suspension due to three missed drug tests.