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Wednesday 13, Apr 2011

  Newton’s Death May Be Caused Due To Drug

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Newton's Death May Be Caused Due To Drug An inquest heard has revealed that drugs could have misted up the judgment of former Wakefield Wildcats player Terry Newton when he hanged himself.

Inquiry was told that the drugs could reduce the prohibited state of mind, and reduced its analysis, although not favor a direct cause of death.

Newton‘s death is considered by many as a warning to athletes to stop experimenting with steroids.

Tuesday 22, Feb 2011

  Newton sacked by Wakefield

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Newton sacked by WakefieldTerry Newton was sacked by Wakefield Trinity as it emerged that the blood test that brought disgrace to the hooker was anything but random.

Andy Parkinson, the chief executive of UK Anti-Doping, described the former Great Britain hooker’s two-year ban as “a landmark in the fight against doping.”

Parkinson also said the positive test of Newton positive test “was a combination of intelligence, target testing and a strong partnership with the scientific community in anti-doping”.

Saturday 29, Jan 2011

  Death of Terry Newton may be drugs warning to others

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Death of Terry Newton may be drugs warning to othersTerry Newton, the former Great Britain hooker, had traces of anabolic steroids, cocaine, and amphetamines in his system when he killed himself in September.

The former hooker became the first professional sportsman to test positive for human growth hormone in February and was serving a two-year suspension when he took his life at the age of 31.

It is believed by some experts that death of Newton had delivered a macabre warning to others about the dangers of taking performance enhancing drugs.

Friday 10, Dec 2010

  Terry Newton says he is not the only cheat

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Terry Newton says he is not the only cheatTerry Newton, the former Great Britain hooker, has revealed his shame over the illegal drug use that resulted in a two-year deal with Wakefield, but insists it is widespread in the game.

The hooker was banned for two years in November after testing positive for human growth hormone (HGH) in November.

Newton said rugby league players were hearing about HGH from 2007.

Wednesday 08, Dec 2010

  Terry Newton to be quizzed by RFL

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Terry Newton to be quizzed by RFLThe Rugby Football League will ask Terry Newton to provide details about claims in his autobiography that he purchased human growth hormone (HGH) for which he tested positive this season from a fellow player for £150 at a service station on the M62.

The former Great Britain hooker whose career can end due to a possible two-year ban also voiced suspicions in an interview with the News of the World that other players have been taking the banned substance since at least 2007.

Newton said that he suspected a team-mate in the national squad “was taking HGH and got away with it”.

Saturday 30, Oct 2010

  Ripples of HGH test felt in the US

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Ripples of HGH test felt in the USA professional rugby player with a thick chest and a tattoo of a star on his left knee, Terry Newton, has played on three teams over the last years and is finding him in the middle of a row surrounded by charges of HGH use.

No one knew much about Newton or his team till now but a recent disclosure that the 31-year-old Newton had become the first athlete to be suspended for testing positive for human growth hormone quickly ricocheted around the NFL and the MLB.

That Newton was tested before the season, rather than in the middle of it, was something of an exception in terms of WADA policies.