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  1. DRUGS IN SPORTS REVISED EDITION by Edward F. Dolan, 1992
  2. Drugs And Sports (Library in a Book) by Fred C. Pampel, 2007-03
  3. Blood Sports: The Inside Dope on Drugs in Sport by Robin Parisotto, 2006-01
  4. Drugs in Sport: The Pressure to Perform by British Medical Association, 2002-05-15
  5. Drugs in Sport by D. R. Mottram, 2005-11-22
  6. Drugs in Sport (Issues)
  7. A History of Drug Use in Sport: 18761976: Beyond Good and Evil by Paul Dimeo, 2007-08-20
  8. Drugs in Sports by Edward F. Dolan, 1992-04
  9. Dying to Win: The Athlete's Guide to Safe and Unsafe Drugs in Sports by Michael J. Asken, 1988-12
  10. Drugs in Sports by Australia, 1989-06
  11. An Introduction to Drugs in Sport by Andrew Smith, Ivan Waddington, 2008-08-30
  12. Warning: Drugs in Sports by Andrew P. Ferko, Edward Barbieri, et all 1995-07
  13. Drugs in Sport (Facts On...drugs) by Clint Twist, 1989-11
  14. Drugs in Sport by NICHOLAS BRASCH, 2008-05-31

1. Drugs In Sports - Choices In Sports - NCAA
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Table of Contents: General Information on Drugs in Sports Anabolic Steroids Peptide Hormones and Analogues

2. IHT: Sports Has Already Lost Its War Against Drugs
The war against performanceenhancing drugs in sports isn't just being lost; it's about over. or other performance-enhancing drugs, how will it affect your interest in baseball?"
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Sports has already lost its war against drugs The Associated Press
The war against performance-enhancing drugs in sports isn't just being lost; it's about over.
The bad guys won, mostly because everybody else wearied of playing hide-and-seek. There are a few notable holdouts, but they don't have a chance. Even if by some miracle they caught up with the chemists - and remember, the "designer" steroid THG wasn't even known to scientists until a track coach tipped them to its existence - you won't believe what's over the horizon.
Last month, a New York Times Magazine story by Michael Sokolove began with a visit to see the "mighty mice" in a lab at the University of Pennsylvania.
There, researchers are using gene therapy to produce increased levels of IGF-1, or insulinlike growth factor-1, a protein that promotes muscle growth and repair. The impetus for their research, begun in 1988, was to stop people from getting weaker as they aged. But Sokolove knew he was glimpsing the future of sport.

3. Australian Sports Drug Agency
Government agency in charge of Australia's drug testing program. Extensive information on drugs in sports and trends in drug testing.

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Athens Olympics 2004 anti-doping information Information resources and publications for athletes Therapeutic use exemption forms
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4. Drugs In Sports By
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Rusedski tests positive for banned drug
British sports star Greg Rusedski has admitted he has tested positive for the banned drug nandrolone at a recent event in Lausanne.
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Out of Competition testing for GAA
The GAA and the Irish Sports Council have announced out of competition testing for GAA players due to commence in March / April 2004
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Rio Ferdinand - why the 8 month ban?
In the wake of the 8 month ban received by premiership footballer Rio Ferdinand, we ask whether the length of the ban may have more to do with the attitude of the FA and Man Utd rather than the nature of his offence.
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New WADA banned drugs list
WADA (world anti doping agency) have just launched a new list of banned drugs, methods and procedures for 2004 which sees many welcome changes including the removal from the list of products often found in common cold and flu over the counter medicines
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6. SchoolSucks Termpapers
to Order PERFORMANCE ENHANCING DRUGS. Use in anateur professional sports. Motivation. Tests for history of (nonsteroid) drugs in sports; abuse in 1980s, emphasizing cocaine

7. Recreational And Street Drugs - Drugs In Sports - Choices In Sports - NCAA
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Drugs in Sports: Recreational and Street Drugs
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Drugs Interactive Module Recreational and street drugs, in particular alcohol, have been used widely by student athletes. In this section six major recreational and street drugs are reviewed. ALCOHOL

8. Anabolic Steroids - Drugs In Sports - Choices In Sports - NCAA
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Drugs Interactive Module ... Can anabolic steroids affect an athlete's health? What are anabolic steroids?
Steroids are hormones. Anabolic steroids or more precisely, anabolic/androgenic steroids are also referred to as ergogenic or performance-enhancing drugs. They are synthetic derivatives of testosterone, a natural male hormone.
  • Anabolic = growing or building Androgenic = masculinization; developing male sexual characteristics.
Most healthy males produce between 2 to 10 milligrams of testosterone a day. The hormone's anabolic effect promotes retention of nitrogen, and this helps muscle growth. It helps the male reproductive system to grow during puberty, assists with the growth of body hair, and the deepening of the voice. Today, anabolic steroids are chemically manufactured. Steroids can be administered by injection, or can be taken orally. Injectable steroids are longer lasting in the body and can be detected in the body for a longer period of time. How do anabolic steroids work in the body?

9. AT - Drugs & Sports - Cameron Athletics
Drugs Sports. In the last ten years, the use of drugs in sports has becomeepidemic and their use is not only limited to elite athletes.
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Twenty percent of athletes in Western countries admit to using drugs. When you're watching sports on television, you have no idea if what you are seeing is the athlete's true ability, or drugs on display. A program of random drug tests, education, treatment, and discipline would cost an estimated one million dollars annually. But one million dollars may be a small price to pay for fair play and good health. That's why random drug tests would be extremely effective if taken by the athletes, not only throughout the season, but throughout the rest of the year as well. Drugs shouldn't be tolerated on any team, in any sport. Steroids and other performance enhancing drugs have many health risks. Risks with steroids include heart disease, liver tumors, and edema (abnormal fluid accumulation in body tissues). The athletes should ask themselves, "Is this really worth my life?" Glen Sather, Edmonton Oilers general manager and coach, says, "In my mind I'm absolutely convinced there is no drug abuse problem on my team."

10. Drugs In Sports
drugs in sports Group 3.3 Shannon, Hilary, Thu, and Trevor. The Drugsin Sports The British Medical Journal July 27, 1996 v313. Anabolic
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Shannon, Hilary, Thu, and Trevor The use of drugs to enhance performance in sports will not go away. Athletes seek every competitive advantage and the rewards of success at top level are great, both financially and in personal glory. There is huge pressure to train longer and harder and to take a scientific approach to nutrition, fluid, and electrolyte balance, to seek every biomechanical and psychological advantage. It is almost inevitable that some will seek an advantage through drugs such as anabolic steroids, dietary supplements, and erythropoietin (EPO).
"Despite Sensitive Testing, Athletes Still Dope to Win"
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According to Karen Goldberg Goff, society competitive sport has become increasingly more rewarding monetarily nowadays. As a result, million of athletes resort to drug-like substances to increase endurance and performance. These drug-like substances are DHEA, creatine, and androstenedione, which are all classified as the dietary supplements. The uses of these substances are implicitly encouraged through lucrative contracts, rewards, and fame. Although many professional sport organizations banned their use, many athletes are not being caught due to ineffective testing. In many of these cases, human growth hormones, which are hardly to detect, are often used.
Athletes justified the use of drugs, dietary supplement, or growth hormones in the faces of ethical and legal issues because many have devoted their entire life to exceling. The combined effect of high pressure and the coveting of money, and fame will cause many athletes to overlook their personal well-being and health.

11. More On Stimulant Drugs In Sports
More On Stimulant drugs in sports By Dzulkifli Abdul Razak. In fact, it is one ofthe drugs that have also been implicated in sports to enhance performance.
More On Stimulant Drugs In Sports By Dzulkifli Abdul Razak APART FROM AMPHETAMINES AND other realtes substances, there are many other drugs that are used in sports that could produce similar effects. Although they are classed differently in medical usage, they are nevertheless doping agents and thus banned in international sporting events. Below are some of the more common substances being misused. Ephedrine Just a few hours before the opening ceremony of the 26th Olympics, there was a report about a Norwegain canoeist who failed a drug test for ephedrine, another type of stimulant, at a competition in the German City of Duisburg in June. Consequently, he was dropped from the four-man kayak team and banned from competing in Atlanta. The canoeist, Peter Ribe was a bronze medalist at the 1993 world championships in the double kayak (K-2). He claimed that he had taken a herbal product that was a subsequently found to contain the substance. In May, another athlete, a high jumper from Italy, Antonella Bevilacqua, was also in danger of being ruled out of the Olympics after testing positive for the drug. In both cases, it was alleges that the positive tests were due to the use of Chinese traditional preparations. Ephedrine belongs to a class of drugs called sympathomimetics. Examples of such drugs include etafedrine, methylephedrine and methoxyphenamine. Ephedrine can also be found in many plant sources, especially those of the Ephedra species which is widely used in traditional medical preparations.

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Key drugs in sports. Professional athletics has increasingly become TheFight Against drugs in sports. Efforts to reducing drug use
the cheating culture About the Book ... About David Callahan More Baseball Football Cycling The Olympics Other Topics: Accounting Corporations Education Electronic Piracy ... Insurance Fraud Journalism Law Medicine P ... Workplace Theft Sports Soaring paychecks for top athletes and pharmacological advances have conspired to increase the prevalence of performance enhancing drugs in professional and Olympic sports in recent years. At the same time, an influx of money into college athletics has helped deepen pervasive corruption in this area. Individual athletes face tough ethical choices about how to get ahead amid systematic cheating and gross pay inequities among athletes with cheaters often getting the biggest rewards. postCount('Drugs in Sports'); Key Drugs in Sports Professional athletics has increasingly become a pharmacological testing ground, as athletes seek an edge over each other and try to keep one step ahead of doping tests. Several new drugs have come onto the market in recent years that altered the very face of sports. EPO Erythropoietin, or EPO, is an artificial hormone that allows the blood to carry more oxygen, thus boosting endurance. It is favored by endurance athletes and has saturated such sports as professional cycling and cross-country skiing.

13. The Salt Lake Tribune -- Salt Lake Tests Show Drugs In Sports A Worldwide Proble
Salt Lake tests show drugs in sports a worldwide problem. By RobertWeinerand Colin Miller The International Olympic Committee s
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14. American Track And Field -- Feature Article
drugs in sports An Ethical Maze by Mark Winitz Winter 2002 Drugs impactany sport, any game. They have the potential to affect the outcome.
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This section deals with the drugs and other substances that are used by some athletes in an attempt to "get the edge" i.e. to improve their performance, taking such substances (doping) is officially condemned by virtually every major sports organisation in the world.
In the 1960 Olympic games, a bicyclist who was using amphetamines collapsed during a race and subsequently died. This incident along with other incidents triggered the formation of the medical commission of the International Olympic Committee, which shoulders the responsibility of control of drug use.
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In sports that require muscles to work over a long period of time, the oxygen carried to the muscle by blood is an important factor. The haemoglobin in blood carries oxygen to all the tissues of the body including muscles. Thus increasing blood Hb concentration increases oxygen supply to muscles. This occurs naturally in people staying at high altitudes as the partial pressure oxygen is less here. Athletes are known to either practice at high altitudes or breathe air with reduced oxygen in order to increase Hb in blood.

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