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Wednesday 30, Nov 2011

Lifetime ban cut for Iranian weightlifter

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The Court of Arbitration for Sport has cut the lifetime ban on Iranian weightlifter Saeid Ali-Hosseini for a second doping offense to 12 years.

Ali-Hosseini was barred by the CAS until October 2021, when he will be 33, after he tested positive for the anabolic steroid methandienone.

The incident has once again brought forward the association between anabolic steroids and professional sportsmen.

Wednesday 30, Nov 2011

South African boxer banned

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The SA Institute for Drug-Free Sport has banned SA Boxing Featherweight champion Matima Molefe for two years.

The ban was imposed after Molefe tested positive for anabolic steroids after the featherweight title fight in May this year.

Boxing is a sport that combines high level co-ordination of gross motor skills with speed and strength. By focusing on illegal performance gains from steroids and ignoring the consequences that a doping ban can have, boxers are placing their championship status and earning potential at risk,.” Gallant said.

Tuesday 29, Nov 2011

Doping ban for featherweight champ

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The boxing featherweight champion from South Africa, Matima Molefe, has been banned for a period of two years from the sport.

The boxer was banned over anabolic steroids, according to a statement by the Institute for Drug-Free Sport recently.

“Due to the number of adverse analytical findings that we have experienced in boxing over the last two to three years, we have increased our testing and anti-doping education to professional boxing,” Galant said.

Tuesday 29, Nov 2011

Pharmacist disciplined over supply of steroids

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A pharmacist from Gold Coast has been disciplined after admitting that he wrongfully dispensed steroids and supplied himself with restricted drugs.

Simon Andrew Booy worked behind the counter at a pharmacy in a Mermaid Beach medical centre between June, 2008 and August, 2009.

“Mr Booy dispensed anabolic steroids in circumstances in which he knew he should not,” Judge Kingston said in her judgment.

Monday 28, Nov 2011

Steroid ring suspects appear in court

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More than a dozen of the suspects arrested in a two-year multi-state and multi-agency investigation into a massive anabolic steroid ring made an appearance in the Warren County Court recently.

Thirteen people accused of using or peddling the drugs faced a judge, according to officials in the court.

Illegal drugs worth $600,000 and a cache of confiscated weapons were displayed by Warren County officials.

Sunday 27, Nov 2011

Options on enforcing HGH testing deal evaluated by NFL

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After the NFL and NFLPA not coming to a final agreement on HGH testing and the NFLPA already agreeing that players will submit to testing, the NFL has at its disposal several options for enforcing the language of the Collective Bargaining Agreement.

One ore more of the options could be used at some point by the NFL.

The NFLPA has resisted HGH testing and argued that WADA’s “population study” of Olympics athletes may not translate to NFL players.

Sunday 27, Nov 2011

Paralympic cyclist banned

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Greg Ball, Ipswich’s world champion Paralympic cyclist, has been stripped of his most recent world record and banned from the sport for a period of two years after he tested positive to an anabolic steroid.

The cyclist tested positive for stanozolol, an anabolic steroid, in a test conducted during February’s Australian Track Cycling Championships in Sydney.

“Gregory would not have consented to the sample collection if he believed or suspected at the time that he was at risk of the violations. It would have been illogical for him to do so,” according to a submission.

Sunday 27, Nov 2011

Drugs and Medication Rule Changes by USEF

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The United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) has reminded members and competitors of the rule changes surrounding drugs and medications in competition horses.

Every exhibitor, trainer, coach, and owner has been encouraged by the USEF to take the time, prior to competing, to carefully review the “Guidelines for How Long Drugs Remain Detectable” that can be accessed online or requested on call by calling 800/633-2472.

The new competition year begins December 2011.

Saturday 26, Nov 2011

Marquez defends training with ex-steroid dealer

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The World lightweight champion, Juan Manuel Marquez, is defending his new strength and conditioning coach, Angel Hernandez, after reports came out revealing Hernandez’ shady past.

Hernandez was known as Angel Heredia and supplied performance enhancing drugs to Olympians, including Marion Jones and Tim Montgomery.

“If they want to do whatever doping or drug testing they want to do, Olympic-style, or whatever they want to do, I’ll do it. I’m prepared,” Marquez said.

Saturday 26, Nov 2011

HGH testing proposal made by NFLPA

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The NFLPA has made a proposal regarding an HGH testing protocol after a meeting with two members of Congress that resulted in an apparent commitment to commence the collection of blood samples for the purposes of HGH testing.

The proposal details are contained in an item posted at ProPlayerInsiders.com, an official licensee of the NFLPA.

However, the agreement creates the false impression that no agreement on HGH testing has been reached as the NFLPA had agreed only to eventually “discuss and develop” the procedures for testing.

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