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Wednesday 11, Jul 2012

  Crown seeks 14 year sentence for Hamilton crystal meth dealer

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Crown counsel Lisa Mathews has asked Superior Court Justice James Ramsay for a sentence in the low end of 14 to 17 years for Justin Bernard who pleaded guilty in April to several drug charges.

The 35-year-old Bernard is the brother-in-law of 2007 Canadian Idol winner Brian Melo. His defense counsel has suggested that Bernard who pleaded guilty to possessing and trafficking 26 kilos of crystal meth should receive a seven-year prison term.

In April, Bernard pleaded guilty to selling 12 kilograms of crystal methamphetamine to an undercover police officer and being in possession of another 14 kilos of the same drug; the street value of the drugs was nearly $700,000.

The defense counsel added that his client is contrite, has excellent family support and is an excellent candidate for rehabilitation while noting that his client has just one conviction, for impaired driving, on his record.

Sunday 08, Jul 2012

  Surfing body introduces Comprehensive drug testing

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In 2012, the Association of Surfing Professionals would be rolling out a policy to screen competitors and officials for performance-enhancing and recreational drugs. This would mean the international governing body of surfing for the first time has prepared to introduce comprehensive drug testing for professionals.

This move came after the death of Andy Irons, triple world champion, in November 2010. The postmortem revealed that he died from a heart attack and “acute mixed drug ingestion” and traces of methadone, methamphetamine, also known as crystal meth, and a metabolite of cocaine were found in his bloodstream.

Anthony Ruffo, a 47-year-old pioneer of the Santa Cruz scene in the 1980s and another surfer, is facing a possible jail sentence after he was found selling methamphetamine and caught with an ounce of the drug.

“I have seen guys who are stoners and they drop off the scene because it is not sustainable,” he said. “Athletes are training hard. The way the contests are now, it will catch up with you,” Gerry Fitzgerald, a professional in Ireland, said.

Sunday 13, May 2012

  Surfers will be subjected to comprehensive drug testing

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The international governing body of surfing is presently making plans for launching a comprehensive drug testing for professional surfers.

The Association of Surfing Professionals will be rolling out a policy in 2012 to screen competitors and officials for performance-enhancing and recreational drugs.

“I have seen guys who are stoners and they drop off the scene because it is not sustainable,” he said. “Athletes are training hard. The way the contests are now, it will catch up with you,” Gerry Fitzgerald, a professional in Ireland, said.

Saturday 19, Feb 2011

  Alcohol more harmful than heroin or anabolic steroids

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Alcohol more harmful than heroin or anabolic steroidsAccording to a recently published authoritative study, alcohol is the most dangerous drug in the United Kingdom by a considerable margin. Alcohol beats heroin and anabolic steroids as per the study.

The study is expected to reopen calls for the drugs classification system to be scrapped and a concerted campaign launched against drink.

The paper was published by the respected Lancet medical journal and is expected to challenge the government to take on the fraught issue of the relative harms of legal and illegal drugs.

Tuesday 14, Dec 2010

  Safin urges Agassi to relinquish titles after drug admission

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Safin urges Agassi to relinquish titles after drug admissionMarat Safin, the former No1-ranked player, recently said that Andre Agassi should relinquish his titles back after confessing to testing positive to a banned substance during his career and lying about it to the ATP.

In his autobiography, Agassi admitted that he made use of crystal meth in 1997 and failed a drug test.

Agassi also claims that the result was thrown out by tennis’s governing body after he lied by saying he “unwittingly” took the substance.

Saturday 04, Dec 2010

  Andre Agassi thinks his memoir is best left closed

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Andre Agassi thinks his memoir is best left closedThe eight-time slam winner, Andre Agassi, recently confessed that he took crystal meth in 1997 when his career and private life were spiraling out of control. One of the most admired and respected names in the world of tennis suddenly shocked the world by disclosing this fact.

In his autobiography, Agassi admitted taking crystal meth in 1997 and had failed a drug test which today would undoubtedly have seen him banned for two years.

It is believed that the Association of Tennis Professionals, the governing body of the men’s professional sport, avoided a major embarrassment and a serious blow to the sport’s integrity by taking no action against the eight-time champion.

Tuesday 19, Jan 2010

  South Africans expressing desire to use steroids

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South Africans expressing desire to use steroidsWith anabolic steroids reaching every part of the world, the land of Zulu was no exception. As per recent reports, South Africans are showing a desire to use anabolic steroids with more and more cases of steroid use being reported on a daily basis.

The amazing benefits of steroids such as improvements in the levels of stamina, body strength, and on-field performances have “encouraged” people of South Africa to use them without any second thoughts.

The growing success and popularity of steroids in South Africa clearly suggest that there cannot be any control on the distribution of steroids, a fact also highlighted by the increasing number of steroid orders coming from the beautiful country.

Monday 11, Jan 2010

  South Africa getting the feel of steroids

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South Africa getting the feel of steroidsWith the popularity and success stories of steroids reaching every home of the world, South Africa was not an exception. The beautiful country is slowly and steadily displaying signs of being grappled with anabolic steroids and performance enhancing drugs as can be evident from an increasing number of steroid users.

Since every one is reaping the benefits of steroids, South Africans were not left behind and are found making use of prescription drugs in big numbers more than ever.

It can be easily concluded that success of steroids has clearly overshadowed the associated potential risks, a fact highlighted by growing number of steroid users in this African country.

Monday 28, Sep 2009

  Steroid scenes in South Africa

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Steroid scenes in South AfricaWith steroids reaching every part of the world, South Africa was not an exception. This beautiful country is slowly showing signs of being grappled with steroids as there are more and more reported cases of steroid use.

It is a well-known fact that steroids have been in the worlds of professional sports and bodybuilding for long and if one thinks that South Africa was left out, he was probably wrong.

The growing success and popularity of steroids have clearly suggested that all measures to curb the use of steroids have been waste as the number of steroid users has increased, and not decreased during the last few years.