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Thursday 31, Mar 2011

Sanya Richards could lose Olympic gold

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Sanya Richards could lose Olympic goldCrystal Cox, a member of the 1,600-meter gold-medal relay team at the Athens Olympics, has accepted a suspension of four years and disqualification of her results for doping.

Cox admitted to using anabolic steroids and agreed to the penalty as per the USADA and this could mean loss of medal for Sanya Richards.

Cox is suspended through January 2014 and her results from 2001 to 2004 will be forfeited.

Thursday 31, Mar 2011

Gatlin makes winning return after returning from doping ban

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Justin Gatlin, the former Olympic champion, recently claimed victory in his first competitive race following a four-year doping ban.

His compatriots J-Mee Samuels and Rubin Williams were 0.07 and 0.30secs further back, respectively.

Gatlin was banned in 2006 after testing positive for excessive testosterone.

Thursday 31, Mar 2011

Pro wrestler case delayed second time

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Pro wrestler case delayed second timeThe case involving state and professional wrestler Jeff Hardy has been deferred until Feb. 16 after Assistant District Attorney Warren McSweeney told Senior Resident Judge James M. Webb that the state would need more time.

This is the second postponement this year and Hardy’s attorney said he thought the two sides were closer to agreement when he previously advised the court he expected a resolution this month.

Jeff Hardy, 32, and his brother, Matt, wrestling as the Hardy Boyz, were six-time World Wrestling Entertainment World Tag Team Champions.

Wednesday 30, Mar 2011

Steroid abuse gaining popularity like never before

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Steroid abuse gaining popularity like never beforeIf recent reports are to be believed, steroid abuse is on the increase again. A few years ago, anabolic steroids fell into disfavour as their side effects became apparent and “roid-heads” went on to became objects of ridicule.

However, the new generation looking for quick success is being seduced by the false promise of a shortcut to a perfect body.

Poor diet, coupled with widespread obesity and publicity campaigns designed to combat obesity are believed to have stimulated growth and success of anabolic steroids in the recent times.

Wednesday 30, Mar 2011

NJ assembly panel approves strict GH use rules

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NJ assembly panel approves strict GH use rulesAn Assembly committee unanimously advanced legislation urging for tighter monitoring of human growth hormone (HGH) amid growing evidence that the drug is widely abused.

The bill was termed as a non-intrusive way for protecting “the integrity of medicine” by Health and Senior Services Committee chairman Herb Conaway (D-Burlington) who said the bill will help in cracking down on abuse by both patients and physicians.

According to the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists, growth hormone deficiency affects one of every 100,000 American adults annually.

The Star-Ledger found a Jersey City physician routinely faking medical diagnoses for adult growth hormone deficiency and supplying the drugs for muscle building purposes to law enforcement officers and firefighters.

Wednesday 30, Mar 2011

Spanish duo fails to clear drug tests

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Spanish duo fails to clear drug testsAccording to an announcement by the world cycling’s governing body two more Spanish cyclists have failed drugs tests.

Ezequiel Mosquera and Xacobeo-Galicia team-mate David Garcia tested positive for hydroxyethyl starch, the blood booster, in urine samples during the Vuelta a Espana.

The two Spanish cyclists can request testing of their B samples for confirming the result.

Tuesday 29, Mar 2011

Dallas firefighter accused of steroid sale

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Dallas firefighter accused of steroid saleGregory Whiteley, 46, an amateur bodybuilder who lives in Allen and is a 12-year veteran of Dallas Fire Rescue, has been taken into custody for selling steroids to an undercover Allen police officer.

Whiteley is being held on $350,000 bail on seven counts of manufacturing or delivery of a controlled substance under 200 grams.

Jason Evans, a Dallas Fire Rescue spokesman, said Whiteley will be placed on administrative leave if he is released from jail.

Tuesday 29, Mar 2011

NFL suspends former Cowboy Ferguson

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NFL suspends former Cowboy FergusonFree agent Jason Ferguson has been suspended by NFL for eight games after he was found violating the league’s policy on performance-enhancing substances.

He was also suspended for violating drug policy of NFL in 1999 to sit out four games after an anabolic steroid showed up during a urine test.

Ferguson during his 1999 suspension said, “I read bottles and I know steroids. I didn’t take no damn steroids.”

Tuesday 29, Mar 2011

Hall of Fame ballot has many suspected steroid users

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Hall of Fame ballot has many suspected steroid usersRafael Palmeiro and Juan Gonzalez, suspected steroid users, are on baseball’s Hall of Fame ballot for the first time. They join Bert Blyleven and Roberto Alomar, both having fallen just short in last year’s vote.

The Baseball Writers’ Association of America said former Most Valuable Players Jeff Bagwell and Larry Walker, and former Rookies of the Year Benito Santiago and Raul Mondesi also will be on the 33-man ballot.

The complete ballot: Roberto Alomar, Carlos Baerga, Jeff Bagwell, Harold Baines, Bert Blyleven, Bret Boone, Kevin Brown, John Franco, Juan Gonzalez, Marquis Grissom, Lenny Harris, Bobby Higginson, Charles Johnson, Barry Larkin, Al Leiter, Edgar Martinez, Tino Martinez, Don Mattingly, Fred McGriff, Mark McGwire, Raul Mondesi, Jack Morris, Dale Murphy, John Olerud, Rafael Palmeiro, Dave Parker, Tim Raines, Kirk Rueter, Benito Santiago, Lee Smith, B.J. Surhoff, Alan Trammell, and Larry Walker.

Monday 28, Mar 2011

Chinese steroid suppliers sued by slain woman’s family

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Chinese steroid suppliers sued by slain woman's familyThe family of Amanda Jo Earhart Savell, the fitness competitor killed by convicted steroids dealer David Jacobs two years ago this month, has filed a lawsuit against Chinese steroid suppliers of Jacobs.

The family said their products contributed to his “steroid rage” that led to her death.

Steroid raw materials were received by Jacobs from contacts in China that he mixed and then sold in North Texas and around the country.

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