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Imagine you are training for February's Sochi Winter Games when you sustain an injury...A patch overnight will bring your levels to the higher end of normal, speed up your recovery, and assist your training...More athletes will be tested at Sochi
Doping is a problem in amateur as well as professional sports in Italy, according to the health ministry. In a report released Wednesday, 22 amateur athletes tested positive for drugs in the first six months of 2013. The number represented 2.8% of
In the same season that Major League Baseball suspended 14 players for ties to Tony Bosch and the Biogenesis clinic, the World Series is now being dominated by David Ortiz, an aging player with his own link to performance-enhancing drugs. In the
28 October 2013 0 View comments Doped athletes should be banned for life as using steroids for even just a short time could have permanent performance-enhancing effects, according to a new study...Permanent: Even a brief exposure to anabolic steroids
I'd lose all the muscles but I wouldn't lose all the masculine qualities like the facial hair and the deep voice.....I've always wanted to do a bit of drag!' She adds: 'If I get called a tranny and a faggot when I walk out on the street anyway, I
If you listen to the apologies of major league ballplayers for using PEDs (performance enhancing drugs) or steroids (like Pettitte and Braun, for example) they always say they had "nagging injuries" and took them to get back to play.
For the duration of the Games all participating athletes will be free to use those substances to their hearts' content.
Braun, the son of an Israeli-born Jewish father, was suspended in July for the remainder of this season for violating Major League Baseball's Joint Drug Agreement for his connection to the Biogenesis clinic, which provided performance-enhancing drugs
The PED culture in baseball seems to be getting better, in 2000 there were 5,693 home runs hit, a decade later in 2010, the 30 teams combined for just 4,613. A drop off of 1,080 home runs without any major rule changes other than drug testing that
Alex Rodriguez, with his back against the wall and $100M reasons to fight, better be careful in challenging MLB in court Assuming A-Rod actually does file a federal lawsuit, he is going to be minimally forced, at the very least, to address the