Fancy Bears Targets Canada

An investigation in 2016 by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) found evidence of state sponsored doping resulting in the Russian Athletics Federation (RusAF) being banned from international events.

Fancy Bears Targets Canada

  A verbal altercation between a Canadian delegation member and Russian coach has garnered the attention of Fancy Bears resulting in a February 7th post on their site chastising Canada’s efforts in the previous winter games in addition to covering up an athlete’s doping activities during the Olympic Games in Rio. The incident occurred early […]

Briefing for the Athletic Industry on the Fancy Bears Threat

After the Experian Hack athletes on the world stage are even more exposed.

Briefing for the Athletic Industry on the Fancy Bears Threat

Guest Post By Yomphana Adams   The Fancy Bears hacks and dox releases this summer highlight the need for advanced planning briefing in the athletic industry.  The International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) World Championships, the Football Association and FIFA were impacted by Fancy Bear actions.  In July prior to the IAAF World Championship in […]

London “Gat” No Love for Gatlin

London “Gat” No Love for Gatlin

Contributed by: Yomphana Adams   Admist jeers not cheers, Justin Gatlin won his preliminary heat in 10.05 seconds yesterday. But it was his performance in the 100 meter final today against Usain Bolt that got the crowd riled up. Gatlin beat Usain Bolt in his last race before retiring at the Council of the International […]

Fancy Bear & WADA Modifications

Fancy Bear & WADA Modifications

The World Anti-doping Agency (WADA) released details of the data breach that occurred last month to its Anti-Doping Agency Management System (ADAMS) that had been built specifically for the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.  None of the other WADA systems appear to have been affected by the hack.  Most troubling, however, is that WADA found “inconsistencies” […]