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Tuesday 06, Dec 2011

  Marquez Strength Coach Threatens Lawsuit Against Ariza

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Angel “Memo” Hernandez, the strength and conditioning coach of Juan Manuel Marquez, recently threatened to sue Alex Ariza, his counterpart in the camp of Manny Pacquiao.

“I would like to say through this medium and the public that logically, we are preparing a lawsuit for defamation against Mr. Alex Ariza,” Hernandez said, his words translated from Spanish.

“On his behalf, the declarations he has made are very direct. I think they’re very prejudicial not just with respect toward the image of Juan Manuel Marquez, but for mine as his physical trainer,” Hernandez said.

Wednesday 09, Nov 2011

  Doping expert claims Jamaican athletes cheated during 2008 Olympics

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Victor Conte, one of the United States’ most controversial doping experts and founder of the Bay Area Laboratory Co-Operative (BALCO), believes that the record-breaking success of Jamaican athletes at the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, China was a fraud.

Conte made his suspicions of Usain Bolt and other Jamaican runners known during an interview with Italian newspaper, La Gazetta dello Sport.

“I don’t have proof, but all you need to do is look at the results: I strongly suspect (Usain) Bolt, and the others (Jamaicans),” Conte said.

Wednesday 09, Nov 2011

  Doping guru claims all Sydney 100m finalists cheated

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Victor Conte, the former doping guru, has claimed that all eight 100 meter finalists at the Sydney Olympics were cheats.

The finger of suspicion was also raised by Conte at world and Olympic champion Usain Bolt of Jamaica in an interview with Italy’s La Gazetta dello Sport.

“I believe that before the BALCO affair, 80 per cent of athletes were using steroids, today that figure stands at about 65 per cent,” Conte said in the hard-hitting interview.

Tuesday 26, Jul 2011

  Bonds lied to save reputation

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Bonds lied to save reputationIn the perjury trial of Barry Bonds, the former baseball player and the home run King, prosecutors finished their closing argument by painting him as a slippery superstar.

Prosecutors remarked that the ex-baseball player lied to hide his use of performance enhancing drugs.

“All he had to do was tell the truth,” Assistant U.S. Attorney Jeffrey Nedrow said before a packed courtroom. “He chose not to tell the truth and that’s why he’s here.”

Friday 15, Jul 2011

  Suspected steroid ring busted by authorities

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Suspected steroid ring busted by authoritiesA suspected steroid ring in Florida that was accused of distributing anti-aging treatments to celebrities and muscle building drugs to professional athletes has been busted by authorities.

At least eight people were arrested in Florida, New York, and Texas, according to officials.

“The recent steroid raid in Florida doesn’t surprise me at all. People from all walks of life now are using performance enhancing substances,” Victor Conte, the head of the BALCO lab who served jail time on steroid distribution charges, told Reuters. “From athletes to movie stars, there seems to be an ever-growing need to find a competitive edge.”

Monday 30, May 2011

  Home run King tied to steroid lab

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Home run King tied to steroid labBarry Bonds, the baseball home run king, used steroids from a lab that was able to attract other athletes because of his involvement.

This revelation was made by a federal prosecutor during the perjury trial of Bonds.

Parrella promised to offer eyewitnesses who saw Anderson injecting Bonds, and evidence of anabolic steroids that were found in the home of Anderson and premises of BALCO.

Wednesday 11, May 2011

  Former trainer of Bonds could face jail time again

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Former trainer of Bonds could face jail time againThe former trainer of Barry Bonds, Greg Anderson, could face jail time again as perjury trial of his childhood friend and former client, Barry Bonds, finally gets underway.

Anderson is expected to appear in Judge Susan Illston’s U.S. District Court for answering questions about whether he will testify about his relationship with Bonds and whether he supplied the home run king with designer steroids from the Bay Area Laboratory Cooperative (BALCO).

Anderson will appear on whatever dates he is subpoenaed, but he will almost certainly refuse to answer prosecutors’ questions, according to his attorney.

Wednesday 16, Mar 2011

  Conte says Jones injected drugs in front of me

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Conte says Jones injected drugs in front of meVictor Conte, the founder of the designer drugs pharmacy BALCO, has revealed that Marion Jones, the greatest female athlete of her generation, was provided with insulin, growth hormone, EPO, and ‘The Clear’ (users’ slang for THG) as well as nutritional supplements.

Conte also said Jones was on a cocktail of drugs including insulin, growth hormone, EPO, and THG when she won three gold medals and two bronze at the Sydney Olympics.

Conte also said, “Soon I was working with their (Jones and Montgomery’s) rivals,” he says. It is here that Dwain Chambers, of Great Britain, enters the story, another who, despite being banned, continues to profess his innocence. Conte says he gave Chambers “the full enchilada”: ‘The Clear,’ insulin, EPO, growth hormone, modafinil and a testosterone cream.

Tuesday 08, Mar 2011

  Jones tests positive for EPO

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Jones tests positive for EPOThe triple Olympics champion in 2000, Marion Jones, who is yet to recover from accusations of drug use, faced another crisis of her life after a positive test for erythropoietin taken at the US championships in Indianapolis.

Jones faces a two-year ban from athletics if the B sample confirms the A sample as revealed in the test conducted by the International Association of Athletics Federations.

The American sprinter left the hotel where the athletes were staying at 6am, reportedly “for personal reasons”.

Wednesday 09, Feb 2011

  Doping war declared, US in shock

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Doping war declared, US in shockFor Darren Campbell, Britain’s highest-ranked sprinter at one time, a court appearance in San Francisco of Dwain Chambers‘ coach Remi Korchemny on charges of distributing performance enhancing drugs added further to his suspicion that his rival had not acted alone.

“Whether he knew [he was taking drugs] or not, I never believed Dwain was solely accountable. I like Dwain, but I’m upset with the whole thing . . . it’s just dirty,” the silver medalist in the 200 meters in Sydney.

Ex-President George Bush said, “The use of performance- enhancing drugs like steroids in baseball, football and other sports is dangerous, and it sends the wrong message: that there are shortcuts to accomplishment and that performance is more important than character.”

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