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  1. Drugs in Sport: Second Report of the Senate Standing Committee on Environment, Recreation and the Arts (Parliamentary Paper / The Parliament of the Commonwealth of) by Australia, 1990-12
  2. Doping in Elite Sport: The Politics of Drugs in the Olympic Movement
  3. Forever Natural: How to Excel in Sports Drug-Free by Dave Tuttle, 1991-03
  4. Forever Natural: How to Excel in Sports Drug Free by Dave Tuttle, 1990
  5. Drug Abuse In Sports: A Student Course Manual by Mark J. Minelli, 2004-03-31
  6. Drugs And Performance In Sports by RICHARD, ED. STRAUSS, 1987
  7. Foul Play: Drug Abuse in Sports by Tom Donohoe, Neil Johnson, 1986-05
  8. Drugs & Doping in Sports by O'Leary, 2001-01-16
  9. The Drug File: A Comprehensive Bibliography on Drugs and Doping in Sport/Dossier Dopage : Une Bibliographie Complete Sur Les Drogues Et Le Dopage Da
  10. What Should Be Done About the Drug Problem in Sports (Opposing Viewpoints Series) by Thomas H. Murray, 1988-02
  11. The Drug Controversy in Sport by R.S. Laura, Saxon White, 1992-01-24
  12. Drug Testing In Sports by David L Black,
  13. Drug Abuse in Sport (Issues)
  14. Racehorse Performance Drugs and Performance Drugs in Human Sport/No 376

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PERFORMANCE ENHANCING DRUGS Athletes’ use of performance enhancing drugs has been one of the top news stories this week.

FORT LAUDERDALE, FL (July 21, 1998) What's New at CBS SportsLine ( this week: SPECIAL REPORT: DRUGS AND SPORTS The first of CBS SportsLine's "Special Reports" began on Monday, July 20, when CBS SportsLine's award-winning editorial staff commenced an in-depth, week-long look at the continuing problem of alleged drug use in college and professional sports. CBS SportsLine goes deep to explore the troubling issue of athletes and substance abuse. Often referred to as the best female hockey player in the world, Hayley Wickenheiser is testing her skills at the Philadelphia Flyers training camp. This Canadian superstar provides CBS SportsLine with exclusive daily notes and insights from camp in a candid diary available at BO KNOWS . . . HORNETS? CHAT CENTRAL Daily live chats include Tommy McDonald, Football Hall of Fame inductee on Wed., July 22 at 3 p.m. ET, and Ned Jarrett, one of NASCAR's 50 greatest racers of all time, chats on Sunday, July 26th at 8:00 p.m. EST. CBS SportsLine chat is available at SportsLine USA, Inc. (Nasdaq: SPLN) is a leading Internet-based sports media company that provides branded, interactive information and programming as well as merchandise to sports enthusiasts worldwide. SportsLine USA publishes CBS SportsLine, which features more than 300,000 pages of multimedia sports information, entertainment and merchandise covering all major professional, collegiate and international sports and includes exclusive content from sports teams, organizations and superstars such as Michael Jordan, Tiger Woods and Shaquille O'Neal. SportsLine USA was founded in 1994, and its Internet sports service was renamed CBS SportsLine in March of 1997 as part of an exclusive five-year promotional and content agreement with CBS Sports.

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Psychology and Sports Sometimes a student athlete has turned to drugs to cope with the pressures of sport. Without really considering what a powerful influence the positive mind can be in successful performance, were these individuals unknowingly depriving themselves of an opportunity to reach much higher levels of ability? Many young collegiate athletes have gained tremendous advantage from learning mental techniques appropriate for their sport. The two stories below are true accounts of two very talented student athletes who turned disappointment into success by training themselves to think differently.
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Milt, an outstandingly gifted NCAA College basketball player learned from personal experience how mind training could affect his performance. Milt was a great jumper, and a very talented three-point shooter. At one point in his college basketball career he was having difficulty finding the basket; a time when his team was preparing for the NCAA area finals. He consulted a professor at his university who was a sport psychologist and received advice on how to train mentally to effectively make perfect three points shots. Milt developed an audio tape of himself describing perfectly in his own words what it felt like to hear the "swoosh" of the net as the ball went down. He played this tape before going to sleep and when he woke in the mornings.

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28. - Drugs In Sports (Anti-Doping)
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29. Silent Epidemic Of Abuse Pervades Sports In America
So suggest the authors of a new book, Warning drugs in sports A Handbookfor Every Athlete and Parent (published by Medical Surveillance, Inc.).
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PHILADELPHIA, July 9, 1996 During this summer's Olympic games, no matter who the big winners are, it's almost certain that one of the continuing news stories will revolve around use of banned substances by athletes. But what may be a much more important story has gone under-reported: the deliberate use of performance-enhancing drugs by athletes at all levels of competition in the United State. So suggest the authors of a new book, "Warning: Drugs in Sports A Handbook for Every Athlete and Parent" (published by Medical Surveillance, Inc.). "Performance-enhancing drugs have penetrated college, high school and junior high/middle school athletics," explained co-author Dr. Andrew Ferko, associate professor of Pharmacology, Allegheny University of the Health Sciences, Philadelphia. Though many sports programs have instituted drug screenings, they are often too narrow to catch most drugs or can't keep up with innovations in performance-enhancing drugs. For example, the drug Erythropoietin, used to increase the blood's ability to carry oxygen, will not be screened at the Olympics.

30. MSI - WARNING: Drugs In Sports, First Edition
WARNING drugs in sports, First Edition, WARNING drugs in sports, First EditionClick to view larger image. WARNING drugs in sports contains 5 chapters.
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This is the First Edition of WARNING: Drugs in Sports . The purpose of this handbook is to provide basic information regarding (1) the misuse of drugs by some athletes to enhance their performance in competitive sports and (2) the potential dangers to which these athletes are exposing themselves. This misuse of drugs of in sports is called Doping in Sports. This practice by athletes is inappropriate, morally wrong, foolish, and can be lethal. By taking these chemical substances the athletes are willing to place themselves in harms way. WARNING: Drugs in Sports Chapter 5 is the largest section in the handbook. It contains individual drug monographs which (a) show the name of the drug, (b) indicate the common trade name of the drug, (c) state the classification to which the drug belongs, (d) whether or not the drug is banned by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and the United States Olympic Committee (USOC), (e) lists the drug's approved therapeutic use, (f) indicate the inappropriate use of the drug by some athletes, (g) indicate some of the adverse reactions that can occur by the improper use of the drug, and (h) contain a few comments regarding the drug and some combination products if they exist. In addition, Chapter 5 has a section that lists a number of Over-The-Counter (OTC) preparations (that an athlete may purchase to treat such conditions as a cold, the flu, or allergies) and contains a drug that is banned by the USOC.

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Are We Really Shocked by drugs in sports? By Charles L. Williams LINDEN Thenthey (you?) sit and are shocked by drugs in sports. They
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... Better Service Request Are We Really Shocked by Drugs in Sports? By Charles L. Williams LINDEN, NEW JERSEY Before the 1980s drugs were associated only with strength and gaining weight and were not believed to offer any benefit to runners. Thus shot putters, hammer throwers, discus, and javelin throwers were the ones who were observed with an occasional raised eyebrow and skeptical eye. Now, especially since the Ben Johnson debacle in 1988 and the years later suspension and reinstatement of 400 meter runner Butch Reynolds, sprinter Merlene Ottey's suspension last year and the similar plight of other athletes, track and field has become a sport where mental asterisks accompany many performances. How did all this start? Drugs were first used in the 1950s among Soviet Union weightlifters. Dianabol was the name of the principal (and perhaps only) drug then and it quickly became popular among strength athletes. There were also (as today) numerous, often unpredictable side effects: A basketball player at the college I attended used Dianabol to gain strength and weight but promptly stopped when he began to urinate blood. Soon, other drugs were developed and they were found to be effective in aiding runners as well.

32. Fight Against Drugs In Sports
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In a bid to help fight against drug abuse in the country, members of commercial institutions including the National Insurance Company, Safecon, Sierratel and Rokel Commercial Bank have expressed their support to join the campaign drug abuses, alongside the National Council for the Prevention of Alcoholism and Drug Dependency (NCPA) geared towards making Sierra Leone a drug free society. In a chat with Sport-O-Rama, NCPA Executive Director, Alhaji Alim Sesay said that a host of sporting activities scheduled for September had been lined-up 'Awoko' as he fonly called, said these activities would include football matches for all categories, field and track events and Basketball. "There will also be easy competitions for schools and tertiary institutions", he said. Meanwhile, as part of its celebrations this year's 14th United Nations International Day against Drug Abuse, the NCPA U14 football tournament at the Brima Atouga Stadium has reached the final stages. Search Print News
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Event 4 Web Page Design The Chemistry of drugs in sports. Objective You are todesign and develop a web site dealing with The Chemistry of drugs in sports.
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You are to design and develop a web site dealing with The Chemistry of Drugs in Sports. The intent of the site should be to inform and educate people about this issue. The target audience should be members of the general public who have little or no background in chemistry, yet who wish to form an educated opinion on this subject. Types of information that the site may include (but is not limited to) are: how drugs can enhance performance; how drugs can be detected; how drugs can be harmful; how drugs can be beneficial; and how drugs are metabolized by the body. The web site should include:
  • include information on the chemistry of this subject include interrelations with other fields (medicine, biology, environment, engineering) include citations for all sources of information include any other information you deem relevant be attractive and easy-to-use be original with unique style content
The web site should be developed using current standard HTML coding. No plug-ins should be assumed or required for viewing of the web site. Competitors should keep in mind that this is primarily a chemistry competition and should focus their primary efforts on the content of their website. Please be aware that external links (to other web sites) may be included, however they will not be accessible on the day of the competition. If they are included, the judges will include the links during the first phase of judging.

37. E-DRUG Use Of Drugs In Sports (cont D)
EDRUG Use of drugs in sports (cont d). The banning of use of epoietinis good, as are all efforts to ban use of drugs in sports.

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  • Subject : E-DRUG: Use of drugs in sports (cont'd) From Date : Tue, 17 Feb 1998 14:51:43 -0500 (EST)
E-drug: Use of drugs in sports (cont'd)
Dear E-Druggers,
As a member of the Technical Committee of the Bolivian Federation of
Ski and Andean Sports, I'm worried about use of epoietin as a drug in
sports, since its effect is rather similar to the effect of training in
highland cities like La Paz-Bolivia. The banning of use of epoietin is
good, as are all efforts to ban use of drugs in sports. However,
disqualifying athletes with high levels of hemoglobin should be further
discussed because such decisions may affect athletes from countries
like Nepal, Bolivia and Peru. They may be disqualified not because they took a forbidden drug, but because of a natural condition of the environment they live in. The high levels of hemoglobin in highland athletes is compensated by liquid retention that prohibits to perform at the levels they are used to in their home lands.

38. E-DRUG Use Of Drugs In Sports (cont D)
EDRUG Use of drugs in sports (cont d). Subject E-DRUG Use of drugsin sports (cont d); From Dzulkifli Abdul Razak ;

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  • Subject : E-DRUG: Use of drugs in sports (cont'd) From Date : Mon, 16 Feb 1998 11:07:23 -0500 (EST)
E-drug: Use of drugs in sports (cont'd)
Dear Dr Achoki,
We have written some info regarding the above. Please
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