onsdag 7 januari 2009

Doping i Sport de senaste 24h i Korthet!

Belgium's Tom Boonen awaits cocaine trial decision Belgian authorities will decide next month whether former world cycling champion Tom Boonen will face trial after testing positive for cocaine last year
Dwain Chambers in line for Great Britain recall
Dwain Chambers has been offered the chance of a controversial return to the Great Britain sprint relay squad at this summer's World Championships in Berlin.
Chambers' last appearance for Britain in a relay ended in acrimony when team-mate Darren Campbell refused to join a lap of honour after victory in the 4 x 100 metres at the 2006 European Championships. But now the 30-year-old Londoner has been sounded out by Michael Khmel, UK Athletics' head coach for relays and sprints, about running the anchor leg in Germany to boost Britain's medal chances in August, after their disappointing performance at the Beijing Olympics.
Baseball Suspends Two Pitchers for Drug Use Major League Baseball’s two 50-game drug suspensions handed down on Tuesday to pitchers J.C. Romero of the Phillies and Sergio Mitre of the Yankees.
Belarusians appeal Olympic doping violations Two Belarusian hammer throwers who were stripped of their Olympic medals for doping have appealed to world sport's highest court to get them back.
International Cricket Council (ICC) has recently announced its new doping code. Previously, players were checked only in the ICC events.
But now any player can be asked at any time for a doping test. This policy is alarming for Pakistan cricket, as virtually all our great pacemen have suffered in the past due to doping charges.
FDA GRAS, Anti-Doping Added to Focus on the Future. Virgo Publishing announced new education program additions for the Focus on the Future Executive Conference and Retreat, scheduled for Jan. 20 to 23, 2009, in Scottsdale, Ariz., at the Hyatt Regency Scottsdale Resort and Spa at Gainey Ranch. The event draws executives from leading dietary supplement and food and beverage companies for a two-day education program and exclusive networking events
Two-year doping ban stands for Pavlov PFC Lokomotiv Sofia midfielder Nikolay Pavlov's appeal against a two-year ban for a doping offence has been rejected by the UEFA Appeals Body.
Record Anabolic Steroid Bust at Airport. Customs and police officials reported on Tuesday of two major drug busts at border points in Slovenia in late December. Customs officers at the Ljubljana airport seized a record 18 kilos of illegal anabolic steroids, while their colleague at the Metlika border crossing seized 16 kilos of heroin.

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