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вторник, 31 июля 2012 г.

WADA president: caffeine will not be included in list of prohibited preparations again


The Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) claims that caffeine should belong to forbidden medicines of the World Anti-Doping Agency. The president of the AOC John Coates notices that caffeine induces addiction to sleeping remedies and tranquillisers.
It is known that the Australian swimmers that took part at the 2004 and 2008 Olympic Games administered sleeping pills Stilnox. Thus, the president of the AOC notices that administration of caffeine resulted in usage of Stilnox.
Stilnox is often sold under the commercial name Zolpidem. It is a sleeping remedy which is administered in case of insomnia.
Coates notes that sportspersons take caffeine in order to increase performance. Usage of this substance leads to insomnia. Thus, athletes have to use sleeping tablets in order to treat insomnia.
 The AOC and Swimming Australia want to prohibit usage of caffeine. It is their response to the disgrace linked with Grant Hackett. A doctor recommended administering Stilnox to this athlete at the time of the 2003 World Championships. As a result, Grant Hackett became addicted to this sleeping remedy.
Grant Hackett is a prominent swimmer. He won certain competitions, including the 2000 Sydney Olympics, the 2004 Athens Olympics and the 2008 Beijing Olympics.
Alan Thompson, the former coach of the Australian Olympic Team, has also affirmed that administration of Stilnox is widely spread among Australian swimmers.
Stilnox was never on the list of prohibited medications. Anti-doping agencies didn’t conduct tests to discover usage of this medication.
But when it comes to caffeine, earlier it was banned by the WADA. But since it became widely spread and consumed in society, it was excluded from the list of banned products.
John Fahey, the president of the WADA, states that the WADA made the right decision and excluded caffeine from list of forbidden medications. He confirmed that caffeine would not be included in the list of prohibited products again.
Although numerous experts claim that caffeine is a performance enhancer, John Fahey contests this affirmation. He claims that caffeine doesn’t impact on performance. John Fahey concludes that no any scientific literature describes ability of caffeine to enhance performance.

Court of Arbitration for Sports acted on behalf of WADA


The British track sprinter Dwain Chambers, that successfully served his 2-year suspension for application of anabolic steroids, was chosen to be the representative of Great Britain in the 2012 Summer Olympics.
Chambers troubles about the way to represent the native country. As for the British Olympic Association (BOA), they don’t desire to see him taking part in the Olympic Games. Several former British Olympians don’t support the steroid user too.
The British sprinter took the steroid tetrahydrogestrinone (THG) introduced by Patrick Arnold. After Don Catlin elaborated a method that could discover intake of THG, Dwain Chambers tested positive for this steroid. It was on November 7, 2003.
Of course, administration of the steroid spoiled his reputation. When he tried to return to professional sports, the BOA decided to change the laws in order to prevent appearing of the sprinter in the 2012 Olympics. The BOA has introduced the rules which ban steroid users from Olympics for life-time.
Elaborating this rule, the BOA violated the doping code of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA). This factor caused many disputes and news.
The case was even presented in the Court of Arbitration for Sports. The chairman of the BOA Loyd Moynihan put essential efforts in order to prevent appearing of Dwain Chambers or other steroid users at Olympics. Sebastian Coe and Daley Thompson, former Olympians, loudly supported efforts of the BOA.
 Daley Thompson stated that Britain should not compromise. He confirmed that Britain should not listen to the rest of the world that don’t want to have high standards in sports. The Court of Arbitration for Sports acted on behalf of the WADA. Chambers was allowed to represent Britain at the 2012 Olympics. This aspect turned out to be an open door for other sportspersons that have served their bans to take part in Olympics.
The cyclist David Millar and the shot-putter Carl Myerscough that have served their bans for steroid use will compete at the 2012 Olympics as well.
Despites spending much time to prevent appearing of steroid users at Olympics, the BOA finally claimed that not only Dwain Chambers but also Millar, Myerscough or any other athlete that has served a suspension successfully may compete at Olympic Games. Andy Hunt, the CEO of the BOA, has claimed that any sportsperson is treated the same way.

понедельник, 30 июля 2012 г.

Slovenian authorities don’t have any right to extradite its citizens to another country


Recently a huge steroid chain was busted in Austria. It was discovered that this company got 40 million Euros due to illegal sale of steroids. Mihael Karner was identified as the leader of the steroid ring. The USA asked Austrian authorities to extradite this person to the US. But the steroid dealer avoided the extradition successfully. This person paid one million Euros to Austrian authorities that sent him to his native country Slovenia.
Slovenia’s laws differ from Austrian ones. According to the Slovenian Constitution, it is forbidden to extradite Slovenian citizens to another country. Mihael Karner turned out to be a lucky man. If he had been extradited to the USA, he could be sentenced to 40 years in prison.
Federal prosecutors began the investigation linked with this steroid empire in 2005. The steroid empire started to function earlier. Federal prosecutors learnt that since 2000 till 2008 the company earned 40 million Euros due to illicit distribution of steroids.
Federal prosecutors defined in 2005 that Mihael Karner and his wife were implicated in illicit distribution of steroids but they couldn’t pursue them because the Karners were in Austria. But later steroid laws in Austria were altered due to suppression by the US. Furthermore, the US induced the arrest of Mihael Karner and his wife.
Although the US tries to enforce other countries of the world to extradite distributors of steroids to the USA, it doesn’t have great success in this area. But those that were involved in “Musclebear” and “British Dragon” were extradited from Cyprus and Thailand to the USA. That time the US had a victory.
As for Mihael Karner, the USA believed that he would be extradited. That’s why the US was shocked, when it was found that Karner reached Slovenia safely. So, the USA was defeated this time in the struggle against steroids.

Jonny Spelman will become professional bodybuilder without financial support of his parents


Caroline Spelman and her husband put efforts in order to prevent spreading news about her son’s usage of steroids. She spent essential sums of money in courts for this need. But as you know, anybody could read the news about the youngest British athlete that was caught using steroids and suspended from rugby. Everybody expected that Jonny Spelman would thank his parents for the efforts to prevent publishing news about him. But the teenager’s attitude turned out to be opposite.
Jonny Spelman desires to become a celebrated professional bodybuilder. He desires to achieve the title of Mr. Olympia.
As for usage of steroids, Jonny Spelman was very open. He wrote about own steroid use on Bodybuilding.com and on bodybuilding forums of other web sites. He noticed that he took Anavar, Dianabol, Winstrol and Testosterone. Spelman’s son shared own experience and asked for instructions about administration of certain steroids and stacks. The teenager also asked about ways of being on PCT.
Since he wrote about steroid use openly, administrators of the site Bodybuilding.com banned him. It caused the search of Jonny’s school room. As a result, drug paraphernalia was found.
The young athlete notes that however his parents are rich, they don’t want to support financially his efforts to be a professional bodybuilder. They have told him that he has to move out, if he wants to be a bodybuilder. But Jonny has goals and he doesn’t want to leave them. He plans to post workout videos on YouTube and receive money in exchange. The young athlete adds that viewers of YouTube play a great role in his life because they support his efforts.

суббота, 7 июля 2012 г.

Swedish specialists: unhealthy fat distribution is caused by steroid use


A valuable research was conducted at Lulea University of Technology and Umea University. Specialists studied and determined links between application of steroids, fat distribution in body and certain undesirable effects of anabolic steroids. The study has displayed that steroid users can suffer from abnormal fat distribution that may cause heart attacks and other troubles related to cardiovascular system.
The results of the study and conclusions are published in The Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research.
 10 elite lifters from Sweden were enrolled in the study. They take anabolic steroids regularly. So, it was studied role of steroids in fat distribution.
It is stated that lifters who use anabolic-androgenic steroids face risks experiencing heart attacks. The specialists at Lulea University of Technology and Umea University have studied the way body fat is distributed in lifters that apply steroids having anabolic and androgenic characteristics. It has been observed that incorrect fat distribution may be a reason for cardiovascular diseases.
The lifters that were implicated in the study were divided into two groups. Body fat distribution was studied in lifters of the two groups. The lifters of one group administered anabolic steroids. The lifters of another group didn’t take steroids.
The study has manifested that those who apply steroids have more reduced fat deposits below the waist. Thus, they have more reduced levels of gynoid fat.
DEXA scanner that is ordinarily used to study osteoporosis has been applied in order to measure fat distribution during the research.

Famous Canadian wrestler tested positive for 4 banned preparations


The Canadian wrestler Colin Daynes failed a test for banned medications. Unfortunately, his Olympic dreams will not be real. He was sentenced to 2-year ban.
Last year the sportsman was chosen for the Windsor/Essex County Sports Hall of Fame.
 The Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sports banned this wrestler. He failed a drug test, when he got a gold medal in the 74-kg weight class.
Colin Daynes tested positive for Drostanolone, Boldenone, Tamoxifen and Furosemide. Each of these drugs is included in the list of forbidden medications of the World Anti-Doping Agency. When it comes to Drostanolone and Boldenone, they belong to anabolic steroids. Furosemide represents a diuretic preparation. It serves as a masking agent for other products. Tamoxifen is a product which is advised for prevention of side effects that appear due to steroid cycles.
The wrestler admitted to administration of prohibited preparations and accepted the sentence. The wrestler said that he took the banned medications to receive recovery from an injury. The athlete told to The Star Monday night that he wanted to recover in order to be able to participate in the 2012 Olympic Games. Colin Daynes noted that a naturopathic physician recommended using these medicines. Colin Daynes also added that he hadn’t known that the products were banned. According to his affirmations, if he had known, he wouldn’t have competed.
Colin Daynes desired to represent Canada at the Olympics again. He represented his country at the 1996 Olympics that took place in Atlanta.
Daynes didn’t put efforts to defense himself. Colin Daynes noticed that there was no any difference whether the forbidden preparations were found in the blood or not. They were in the system.
Previously this athlete also competed in mixed martial arts. Colin Daynes had to qualify internationally. The athlete thought that he would compete at the Summer Olympics in London last time. Then the wrestler’s career comes to the end. But he was banned  because of positives for prohibited preparations.
Bill Hogarth, Colin Daynes’ personal trainer, notes that that the things are too bad. But the athlete didn’t desire to cheat. Hogarth hopes that the wrestler’s reputation will not be destroyed. During the career Colin Daynes won 62 gold medals, 11 silver and 5 bronze medals.

четверг, 5 июля 2012 г.

Australian man that wanted to lose weight bought 1 kg of testosterone for personal use


Carlton Alloysius Hayes, a man from Australia, was accused of possession of almost a kg of Testosterone Propionate. He ordered powder of this preparation per internet and got it from overseas. This person also desired to buy benzyl benzoate, a chemical which is utilized in order to prepare liquid for injections from powder. When police officers learnt that he ordered this chemical, he was asked about purpose of buying it. Carlton Alloysius Hayes said that he intended to get it for a friend. But he noted that he couldn’t remember the name of the friend.
Then Hayes himself contacted policemen and asked them to come to his place. When police officers came, Carlton Alloysius Hayes showed that he possessed two bags of white powder. He also admitted that he had ordered benzyl benzoate in order to mix it with the powder and prepare liquid for injections.  
Carlton Alloysius Hayes weighed circa 156 kg, when the court took place. He claimed that he couldn’t lose weight, however he trained at the gym. So, he applied steroids to lose weight and look better. This man noticed that he hadn’t had any plan to distribute steroids. He acquired the testosterone powder for self-administration.
A defense attorney for Carlton Alloysius Hayes affirmed that his client had a good reputation. He always worked hardly.
 Although he had to be sentenced to prison because he purchased steroids from overseas, the judge’s decision was to give him several months of suspended jail. So, this person avoided prison.

Poland’s police officers busted huge drug ring successfully


An illegal group that manufactured and offered for sale anabolic steroids was busted by Poland’s police officers. More than 90 policemen and border police were implicated in the investigation linked with this illicit business. Customers were chiefly from North America. Police officers detained 19 persons: 6 women and 13 men. They were accused of illegal manufacture and distribution of steroids and money laundering.
Investigators set that the group was dealing with steroids since March 2008. The group advertised steroids for gaining of muscle mass and well-being in general. The drugs were offered for sale on internet. Individuals from the USA, Canada, France, Belgium, etc. placed orders and acquired illegal medicines.  Steroids were packed in fake packages and sent to customers. There was a person that was responsible for receiving money and transferring it to members of the drug ring.
Homes and business offices of the steroid ring were raided. Police officers found huge doses of steroids and packages that were prepared to be shipped abroad. Some cars, including BMW X6, Mercedes S500 and Jeep Grand, watches, jewelry and other things were seized. The total value of confiscated objects and money was estimated. It was around 1 million Polish zlotys.
 It was set by police that 3 individuals composed the leadership of the drug ring. They face 15-year imprisonment.
This investigation conducted by Polish police officers was successful. It was not the first successful steroid investigation in this country. Last year police of this country busted another illegal steroid ring. 7 persons were arrested. About 80 police officers were involved in that investigation. Police also reported about substances which were sold by that drug ring.

понедельник, 2 июля 2012 г.

New study has manifested that dutasteride doesn’t hinder anabolic effects of testosterone use


According to a trial, treatment with dutasteride (Avodart), a 5-alpha reductase inhibitor, doesn’t influence negatively on fat-free mass in healthy men who administer testosterone.
A study linked with this issue was conducted. While fat-free mass was enhanced by 0,6-7,1 kg during 20 weeks in males that applied dutasteride and Testosterone Enanthate, fat-free mass was increased by 0,8-8,1 kg in those that administered placebo and testosterone. As for muscle strength, sexual functions and volume of prostate, they didn’t differ in males of these two groups.
5-alpha reductase inhibitors are utilized clinically to treat benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) and androgenic alopecia. These are dysfunctions which commonly occur in middle-aged and elderly males.
DHT represents the chief metabolite of testosterone. But the function of DHT in human development is not studied well. It is supposed that DHT plays relevant role in development of prostate and phallus.
Middle-aged and elder men with reduced testosterone levels that take testosterone drugs have risks linked with reduced muscle size and sexual disorders.
Scientists also study and develop nonsteroidal selective androgen receptor modulators (SARMs). It is confirmed that SARMs and 5-alpha reductase inhibitors are safe because DHT is supposedly not necessary for effects on fat-free mass, strength and sexual life. It is also doubted whether DHT plays any role for androgen’s effects on hematocrit, hemoglobin, lipids and certain other factors.
Shalender Bhasin and his colleagues at the Boston University have conducted a clinical trial in order to set whether 5?-reduction to DHT is required in order to mediate androgen’s effects on fat-free mass. Moreover, the experts evaluated role of 5?-reduction on sexual activity, hematocrit and levels of lipid.
The study conducted by Bhasin and his colleagues implicated healthy men who were 18- 50 years old and had normal testosterone levels. They were given Testosterone Enanthate and dutasteride or placebo. Dosages of Testosterone Enanthate ranged from 50 to 600 mg per week.
Since 5 ?-reductase inhibitors enhance levels of testosterone, all men were given also gonadotropin-releasing hormone agonist in order to block natural testosterone.
The results of the research displayed that fat-free mass was enhanced due to application of testosterone. It didn’t differ essentially in men of these 2 groups. Muscle strength that was also enhanced due to administration of testosterone didn’t differ between the two groups too. Sexual functions, volume of prostate, sebum production, hemoglobin, acne, hematocrit didn’t differ substantially between those who took placebo and dutasteride.
The experts affirm that effectiveness of 5?-reductase inhibitors may be limited in males who have normal or increased testosterone levels. That’s why it is necessary to measure levels of testosterone in order to determine how bodies will respond to 5 ?-reductase inhibitors.
So, the study has manifested that muscle mass is not affected by 5?-reductase inhibitors.  Men should know that if they have enhanced testosterone levels or introduce exogenous testosterone in their bodies, 5?-reductase inhibitors will not lead to shrinkage of prostate.

Spain’s national police arrested 10 individuals who were implicated in illegal drug ring


A large doping ring was busted by Spain’s police.
 According to affirmations of police, athletes that tested positive at the 2008 Beijing Olympics and the 2010 Vuelta a Espana acquired steroids and other related products from this illicit drug ring.
10 persons who were implicated in this doping ring were arrested. Professional cyclists and other athletes had links with this illicit drug network.  It represented a famous doping ring in the world of top athletes.
The investigation was named “Operation Skype”. Dr.  Alberto Beltran Nino was the leader of the drug chain. He is a former doctor of Liberty Seguros team. This person was arrested and sentenced to prison, when he tried to flee from Madrid to Columbia. Cezar Perez, the former personal coach of the champion Marta Dominguez, was also detained by Spain’s police officers.
However the center of the drug ring was established in Barcelona, it represented a multinational company. The ring had contacts in Morocco and Columbia. Steroids, HGH and EPO CERA were distributed by this illicit drug ring.
The doctor Beltran also worked with Xacobeo-Galicia team. David Garcia, the road bicycle racer of this team, tested positive for EPO at the 2010 Vuelta.
The investigation started summer last year. It was originally linked with the runner Jose Luis Blanco after he was banned for two years due to positives for forbidden products.