Doping in other sports?

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gazr99 said:

I know it is. I just brought it back for some 'comic relief' or shock value. Obviously everyone would have known about this already had it actually happened. I am hoping his name ACTUALLY appears FOR REAL in the Beijing doping reports, but that will probably never happen.
 
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Bunyak said:
So you obviously have an advance copy of the autopsy, otherwise there would be no reason for posting this in the clinic, yes?
Well he did just recently tested positive for roids.

http://mmajunkie.com/2016/03/kimbo-slice-positive-for-steroid-ken-shamrock-positive-for-steroid-and-opiod

Ken Shamrock and Kevin “Kimbo Slice” Ferguson tested positive for the same steroid following their appearances at Bellator 149 this past month.

Shamrock (28-17-2 MMA, 0-2 BMMA), 52, and Slice (6-2 MMA, 2-0 BMMA), 42, were found with the steroid nandrolone, according to urine test results released by the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation, which oversees the Texas Combative Sports program that oversaw the Feb. 19 event at Houston’s Toyota Center.
 
http://www.nytimes.com/2016/06/29/sports/usada-track-and-field-doping-jeffrey-brown-investigation.html?hp&action=click&pgtype=Homepage&clickSource=story-heading&module=second-column-region&region=top-news&WT.nav=top-news
The United States Anti-Doping Agency has filed a court action in Houston seeking to compel a deposition from an endocrinologist being investigated for possibly providing banned substances to track and field athletes.

The activities of the endocrinologist, Jeffrey S. Brown, are being examined as part of a continuing investigation by Usada of the prominent Nike Oregon Project coach Alberto Salazar, a person familiar with the investigation said Tuesday, on the condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to speak publicly.
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Dr. Brown is known in the track world for a distinctive practice of diagnosing hypothyroidism in distance runners – and at least one famous sprinter, the former Olympic champion Carl Lewis. The condition is an underactive thyroid that can lead to weight gain and fatigue but is considered relatively rare among athletes.
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“Galen takes asthma medication so he can breathe normally – not so he can run better,” wrote Mr. Salazar, who coaches the Nike Oregon Project, which includes Mo Farah of Britain, who won gold in the 5,000 and 10,000 meters at the London Games. Mr. Salazar added: “Galen takes his thyroid medication so that his body can function normally – not for any competitive advantage.”
(how many top atheletes have asthma?! Jeez!)
 
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Robert5091 said:
http://www.nytimes.com/2016/06/29/sports/usada-track-and-field-doping-jeffrey-brown-investigation.html?hp&action=click&pgtype=Homepage&clickSource=story-heading&module=second-column-region&region=top-news&WT.nav=top-news
The United States Anti-Doping Agency has filed a court action in Houston seeking to compel a deposition from an endocrinologist being investigated for possibly providing banned substances to track and field athletes.

The activities of the endocrinologist, Jeffrey S. Brown, are being examined as part of a continuing investigation by Usada of the prominent Nike Oregon Project coach Alberto Salazar, a person familiar with the investigation said Tuesday, on the condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to speak publicly.
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Dr. Brown is known in the track world for a distinctive practice of diagnosing hypothyroidism in distance runners – and at least one famous sprinter, the former Olympic champion Carl Lewis. The condition is an underactive thyroid that can lead to weight gain and fatigue but is considered relatively rare among athletes.
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“Galen takes asthma medication so he can breathe normally – not so he can run better,” wrote Mr. Salazar, who coaches the Nike Oregon Project, which includes Mo Farah of Britain, who won gold in the 5,000 and 10,000 meters at the London Games. Mr. Salazar added: “Galen takes his thyroid medication so that his body can function normally – not for any competitive advantage.”
(how many top atheletes have asthma?! Jeez!)
Thyroids and asthma, really? Apparently he's suppling everything barely legal, no wonder he seems confused. T3/4 are a nice booster for EPO and help with weight as well.
 

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gazr99 said:
Jon Jones has failed an out of competition drugs test, announced days before UFC 200. Wonder if this is the white stuff again or PED's, as it must have been whilst preparing for this fight, (he has looked very big since his return).. Good to see that some sports are sanctioning athletes even if they are a star

http://www.espn.co.uk/mma/story/_/id/16844105/ufc-200-jon-jones-faces-doping-violation-removed-card
Was OOC (16th June) so isn't cocaine.
Yeah read that, likely it is PED's. He's such a waste of talent
 
Jon Jones's B sample also tested positive. Still no official word as to what substances they were but Dana White remarked that it was two different agents. From his demeanor I take it he knows what they were (but isn't telling) and that information left him certain that Jones in juiced.
 
StyrbjornSterki said:
Jon Jones's B sample also tested positive. Still no official word as to what substances they were but Dana White remarked that it was two different agents. From his demeanor I take it he knows what they were (but isn't telling) and that information left him certain that Jones in juiced.
I heard the audio of some interview he did with some American dude where you could tell he was p*ssed off to heaven high about the Jones doping thing, saying he doesn't want to speak to him and there's nothing he can say. He did however say he believes 100% Jones accidentally doped aka through some sort of supplement. Basically he's covering his ass. He's saying "I don't tolerate doping no matter how powerful the guy is" while also leaving the option of Jones coming back. However if it is to be a 2 year ban I can see Jones calling it quits. He has nothing to prove, he's already top 3 of all time along with GSP and Silva. I would love to see him destroy Cormier though, a stupid fat f*ck with a mouth.
 
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Drug testing may still be many years behind the cheats but as this latest bust shows, is starting to prove effective retrospectively, by catching the biggest name in the sport of weightlifting by far!

Ilya Ilyin, the Lance Armstrong of the weightlifting World failed not one but two retrospective drug tests - the red hot Rio 2016 favourite, double Olympic Champion, Triple World Champion, who has never been defeated in competition since the age of 7, has been provisionally banned for a year by the IWF following positive retests of his doping samples from both the Beijing 2008 and London 2012 Olympics. He was in good company, all three of his fellow Kazakhstan gold medal winners and world record holders from London 2012 also produced positive tests and were provisionally banned.

Belarus, Azerbaijan and Russian lifters also produced three or more positive tests from the re-tests - these Nations will join Kazakhstan and Bulgaria as banned from Rio.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lXqJN1PyD0E
 

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