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Tuesday 04, Oct 2011

  LaShawn Merritt makes comeback

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LaShawn Merritt finished second behind Jermaine Gonzales of Jamaica in Stockholm and remarked that his focus was on competing at the world championships after being selected by the US governing body.

The Olympic and world 400m champion banned for 21 months after testing positive for an anabolic steroid makes comeback after drug ban is cut.

“I’m just leaving it all up to God to figure it out,” the 25-year-old told the BBC. “My family are behind me. I’m clean and I’m really just getting ready for the worlds. Running 44.74sec [a time that ranks him fifth fastest in the world this year] in my first race, I can’t complain.”

Thursday 16, Jun 2011

  Popularity of performance enhancing drugs in Professional Boxing

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Popularity of performance enhancing drugs in Professional BoxingIn almost all professional and amateur sports, including professional boxing, the use of performance enhancing drugs is on an increase.

These performance enhancement drugs can help sportsmen improve their performance or add extra pounds on that bench press or to get bigger in a shorter period of time.

FMany successful sportsmen of the past had admitted to using anabolic steroids and performance enhancing drugs and professional boxing cannot be the exception.

Thursday 19, May 2011

  French flanker suspects drug use

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French flanker suspects drug useOlivier Magne recently said that he suspected some rugby players of using drugs. Magne welcomed the decision of the World Cup organizers to begin testing for THG.

Magne, one of the game’s best openside flankers, said, “I have a suspicion, but for the time being I prefer to go no further.”

Magne also said, “I am a fitness fanatic and I work very hard to ready myself for the big matches, but it’s true that when I see some players making progress in double-quick time, I wonder how they can manage it.”

Monday 02, May 2011

  Calvin Harrison fails drug test

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Calvin Harrison fails drug testThe drugs crisis in athletics deepened when Calvin Harrison, America’s Olympic and world gold medallist, joined Britain’s Dwain Chambers in testing positive for a banned drug.

Harrison like Chambers is coached by the Ukrainian Remi Korchemny.

Sweden’s Arne Ljungqvist, the anti-doping chief for the International Olympic Committee as well as the International Association of Athletics Federations said, “Apparently, there’s an epidemic among track athletes of narcolepsy in the United States.”

Saturday 16, Apr 2011

  THG Identified In A Used Syringe

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THG Identified In A Used SyringeTetrahydrogestrinone, a designer steroid that was unidentifiable long ago has been identified by researchers at the Olympic Analytical Laboratory at UCLA in Los Angeles.

THG (Tetrahydrogestrinone) was identified after a spent syringe was anonymously provided to the United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA).

The FDA has advised all health effects in the serious use of designer steroids and said it cannot be legally marketed without approval.

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.

Wednesday 02, Mar 2011

  Crystal Cox accepts ban for doping

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Crystal Cox accepts ban for dopingA member of the victorious US 4x400m women’s relay squad at the 2004 Athens Olympics, Crystal Cox, has accepted a ban of four years ban for doping.

Cox admitted to doping from late 2001 through 2004 and used anabolic agents and hormones, the US Anti-Doping Agency said in a statement.

Competitive results of Cox will be disqualified, including forfeiture of all medals, points, and prizes since November 3, 2001, according to USADA.

Tuesday 15, Feb 2011

  UK Sports fears doping surge for 2012 Games

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UK Sports fears doping surge for 2012 GamesAccording to a senior anti-doping official in the UK, British sport faces an unprecedented threat from the widespread availability of performance enhancing drugs in the run-up to London 2012 Games.

Andy Parkinson, acting head of anti-doping at UK Sport, expressed deep worries that young athletes may be tempted to use drugs by the prospect of competing in the home Olympics.

Parkinson warned that designer steroids, EPO, and human growth hormone are all readily available in the UK and athletes may be tempted to use them.

Monday 14, Feb 2011

  Tim Montgomery suspected of using cocktail of banned drugs

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Tim Montgomery suspected of using cocktail of banned drugsThe world 100 meters record holder, Tim Montgomery, may have used a cocktail of banned drugs, including human growth hormones and the blood-boosting agent EPO, as per allegations by the United States Anti-Doping Agency.

The allegations were made in a nine-page letter sent to Montgomery setting out allegations that he was involved in doping as long ago as 2000, two years before he set the record.

The lawyer of Montgomery has claimed that her client is innocent and the victim of a witch-hunt after a “bitter” falling-out with Conte.

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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