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Chinese Olympians subjected to routine doping

Postby look2me4guidance » Fri Jul 27, 2012 8:14 am

Chinese Olympians subjected to routine doping

CHINESE Olympians were subjected to a state-sponsored doping regime which was modelled on eastern Europe, says a retired Chinese Olympic doctor.
Steroids and human growth hormones were officially treated as part of ''scientific training'' as China emerged as a sporting power through the 1980s and into the 1990s, she says.
Athletes often did not know what they were being injected with and medical staff who refused to participate were marginalised, she says.

Xue Yinxian, retired chief medical supervisor for the Chinese gymnastics team in the 1980s.
''It was rampant in the 1980s,'' Xue Yinxian told Fairfax, in her home in Beijing's eastern suburbs. ''One had to accept it.''

The testimony of Dr Xue, whose elite roles included chief medical supervisor for the Chinese gymnastic team as it vied with the former Soviet Union for gold medals in the 1980s, will not surprise many veterans of Olympic sports.
She does not allege that all successful Chinese athletes used drugs and has refrained, at this stage, from publicising names.

But it is the first time anyone in the system has publicly contradicted Beijing's line that a slew of embarrassing doping busts, particularly among the Chinese swimming team in the 1990s, was merely the result of ambitious individual athletes and ignorant provincial coaches. Her allegation comes as most of China's 394-strong Olympic team arrives in London for the opening ceremony tonight, London time.
China is expected to put on another strong performance, although pundits predict the US may regain top place on the gold medal table after China's home-town success in 2008.
A Chinese official said yesterday that the country had largely solved its problem with deliberate use of performance-enhancing drugs and he was confident there would be no Chinese drugs scandals in London.

1996 international swim meet in Homebush ... due to her muscular build, Le Jingyi was one of many Chinese swimmers suspected of using steroids during the 90s.
After the humiliation of the 1998 world swimming titles in Perth, he said China had adopted a much tougher regime, with drug testing removed from the main sports administration and placed in a separate agency.
A routine customs check of a swimmer's bag found enough human growth hormone to supply the entire women's swimming team for the duration of the meet.
''For the world of sports, in particular to the Chinese, the 1998 championships in Perth was a bad incident,'' said Zhao Jian, the deputy director-general of the China Anti-Doping Agency.

He said China had always taken a strong stance against doping and had never condoned it, but the incident prompted China to enter a ''routine, strict and legal track''.
Mr Zhao said concerns had now shifted to ''accidental'' steroid consumption, brought about by eating illegally adulterated Chinese red meat, but the general subject remains sensitive.
Internet searches for ''china'' and ''sports doping'' were blocked in Beijing yesterday, while a search for ''drugs'' coupled with the names of prominent athletes identified by Dr Xue resulted in the internet connection being temporarily severed.
Dr Xue says she fought a long but losing battle against the systematic use of drugs in elite sport since China closed the door on the Cultural Revolution and began opening to the world.
She said its top sports official told a meeting in October 1978 that performance-enhancing drugs were simply new things that should be utilised, provided they were properly understood.
''He gave the example of how a woman could use tampons to continue training while having her period,'' he said. ''And so it was with human growth hormones, which he described as a scientific training method. Whoever rejected them would face punishment or criticism.''
The Chinese women's swimming team came from obscurity to win 12 of 16 gold medals at the 1994 world titles in Rome, prompting suspicion among competitors, not least the Australian team.
The Chinese team was decimated by positive steroid busts at the Hiroshima Asian Games in 1994 and imploded for a second time in Perth in 1998.


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Re: Chinese Olympians subjected to routine doping

Postby a_Man » Fri Jul 27, 2012 9:59 am

I met a 26yo Shanghainese girl 5 months ago (during the winter), a former professional swimmer in Shanghai have not had a breakthrough she decided to leave the team after some struggles, went to a private school and got a job at a foreign consulting firm. She shared her story of disappointment and anger after I got a shock during our first body to body experience, well in the middle of the act I realised that her shoulders were a bit wider than mine (I am 184cm tall and sporty too) her torso is really big compainring to the total height, a very weird proportion (she is 175cm tall) I thought she is a Chinese TS or a female Sly Stallone !! Now , we are just friends, we chat sometimes I just can't feel doing it again with her :shock:
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Re: Chinese Olympians subjected to routine doping

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Re: Chinese Olympians subjected to routine doping

Postby leetanya » Fri Jul 27, 2012 6:00 pm

a_Man wrote:I met a 26yo Shanghainese girl 5 months ago (during the winter), a former professional swimmer in Shanghai have not had a breakthrough she decided to leave the team after some struggles, went to a private school and got a job at a foreign consulting firm. She shared her story of disappointment and anger after I got a shock during our first body to body experience, well in the middle of the act I realised that her shoulders were a bit wider than mine (I am 184cm tall and sporty too) her torso is really big compainring to the total height, a very weird proportion (she is 175cm tall) I thought she is a Chinese TS or a female Sly Stallone !! Now , we are just friends, we chat sometimes I just can't feel doing it again with her :shock:


I like the way you describe it..you know, the whole..."body to body experience"..relationship..
haha

Okay, I'll be nice.. I think she was probably good but just not in the good favour of coach or someone who was very important to the team.
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Re: Chinese Olympians subjected to routine doping

Postby GC » Fri Jul 27, 2012 6:17 pm

50% of athletes in London will be tested and all medal winners.
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Re: Chinese Olympians subjected to routine doping

Postby a_Man » Sat Jul 28, 2012 8:44 am

leetanya wrote:
a_Man wrote:I met a 26yo Shanghainese girl 5 months ago (during the winter), a former professional swimmer in Shanghai have not had a breakthrough she decided to leave the team after some struggles, went to a private school and got a job at a foreign consulting firm. She shared her story of disappointment and anger after I got a shock during our first body to body experience, well in the middle of the act I realised that her shoulders were a bit wider than mine (I am 184cm tall and sporty too) her torso is really big compainring to the total height, a very weird proportion (she is 175cm tall) I thought she is a Chinese TS or a female Sly Stallone !! Now , we are just friends, we chat sometimes I just can't feel doing it again with her :shock:


I like the way you describe it..you know, the whole..."body to body experience"..relationship..
haha

Okay, I'll be nice.. I think she was probably good but just not in the good favour of coach or someone who was very important to the team.


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Re: Chinese Olympians subjected to routine doping

Postby Newser » Sat Jul 28, 2012 9:00 am

As i can see from this list of 500, here only 3 cases are Chinese.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_do ... s_in_sport

Name Country Sport Banned substance Reference
Fritz Aanes Norway Greco-Roman wrestling Norandrosterone, Noretiochdandone [1]
Tom Aage Aarnes Norway Ski jumping Amphetamine [2]
Sara Abbazova Azerbaijan Powerlifting Nandrolone [3]
Djamolidine Abdoujaparov Uzbekistan Cycling Clenbuterol [4]
Johan Ackermann South Africa Rugby union Nandrolone [5]
Phillip Adams Australia Shooting Hydrochlorothiazide [6]
Andre Agassi United States Tennis Methamphetamine (self-admitted) [7]
Lizandro Ajcú Guatemala Cycling Erythropoietin (EPO) [8]
Albina Akhatova Russia Biathlon Nikethamide (2003), Erythropoietin (EPO) (2009) [9]
Ayhan Akman Turkey Soccer Anabolic Steroid (1997), Metenolone [10]
Darrell Alderman United States Drag racing Cocaine [11][12]
Stephen Alfred United States Cycling hCG [13]
Rolf Aldag Germany Cycling Erythropoietin (EPO) (self-admitted) [14]
Sadam Ali United States Boxing Cathine [15]
David Allen United Kingdom Rugby League Metabolite of Cocaine [16]
A. J. Allmendinger United States Auto racing Amphetamines [17]
Carlos Almanzar Dominican Republic Baseball Steroids [18]
Thiago Alves Brazil mixed martial arts Spironolactone [19]
Lyle Alzado United States American football Anabolic steroids
(self-admitted) [20]
Wafa Ammouri Morocco Weightlifting [21]
Uwe Ampler Germany Cycling Steroids [22]
Chris Andersen United States Basketball [23]
Kim Andersen Denmark Cycling [24] (Danish)
Peter Riis Andersen Denmark Mountain biking Erythropoietin (EPO) [25]
Ijah Anderson England Football (soccer) Cocaine [26]
Frankie Andreu United States Cycling Erythropoietin (EPO) (self-admitted) [27]
Joaquín Andújar Dominican Republic Baseball Cocaine [28]
Henry Antchouet Gabon Football (soccer) Cocaine [29]
Kristina Antoniychuk Ukraine Tennis Furosemide [30]
Chris Armstrong England Football (soccer) Cannabis [31]
Michael Arroyo Ecuador Football (soccer) Cannabis [32]
Yamba Asha Angola Football (soccer) [33]
Nuno Assis Portugal Football (soccer) Nandrolone [34]
Mikel Astarloza Spain Cycling Erythropoietin (EPO) [35]
Niklas Axelsson Sweden Cycling Erythropoietin (EPO) [36]
Laura Azevedo Brazil Swimming Anabolic steroids [37]
[edit] B
Name Country Sport Banned substance Reference
Jonathan Bachini Italy Football (soccer) Cocaine [38]
Cezar Badita Romania Swimming Nandrolone [39][40] (German)
Nathan Baggaley Australia Kayaking Stanozolol [41]
Erwin Bakker Netherlands Cycling Erythropoietin (EPO) [42]
Andrea Baldini Italy Fencing Diuretic [43]
Roberto Barbaro Italy Water polo Norandrosterone [44]
Josh Barnett United States Mixed martial arts Boldenone [45][46]
Phil Baroni United States Mixed martial arts Boldenone, stanozolol metabolites [47]
Doug Barron United States Golf Performance Enhancing Drugs [48]
Ivan Basso Italy Cycling Operación Puerto doping case [49]
Marta Bastianelli Italy Cycling [50]
Alain Baxter Scotland Alpine skiing Methamphetamine (inactive levorotary isomer - levmethamphetamine) [51]
Karol Beck Slovakia Tennis Clenbuterol [52]
Vitor Belfort Brazil Mixed martial arts 4-hydroxytestosterone [53]
Manuel Beltrán Spain Cycling Erythropoietin (EPO) [54]
Bryan Berard United States Ice hockey 19-norandrosterone [55]
Adam Bergman United States Cycling Erythropoietin (EPO) [56]
Lorenzo Bernucci Italy Cycling Sibutramine [57]
Dale Berra United States Baseball Cocaine [28]
Eugeni Berzin Russia Cycling Blood doping [58]
Rafael Betancourt Venezuela Baseball [59]
Alberto Blanco Cuba Weightlifting Anabolic steroids [60]
Aikaterini Bliamou Greece Swimming Nandrolone [61]
Frank de Boer Netherlands Football (soccer) Nandrolone [62]
Galabin Boevski Bulgaria Weightlifting Tampering with test [63]
Alex Bogomolov Jr. United States Tennis Salbutamol [64]
Udo Bölts Germany Cycling Erythropoietin (EPO) (self-admitted) [14]
Barry Bonds United States Baseball Amphetamines
(first offender; not suspended per Major League Baseball collective bargaining agreement) [65]
Stephan Bonnar United States Mixed martial arts Boldenone [66]
Tom Boonen Belgium Cycling Cocaine [67]
Marco Borriello Italy Football (soccer) Prednisolone [68]
Mark Bosnich Australia Football (soccer) Cocaine [69]
David Boston United States American football Gamma-Hydroxybutyric acid [70]
Djamel Bouras France Judo Nandrolone [71][72]
Lee Bowyer England Football (soccer) Cannabis [73]
Andrew James Brack Greece Baseball Stanozolol [74]
David Britz South Africa Rugby union Boldenone [75][76]
Laurent Brochard France Cycling Erythropoietin (EPO) [77]
Rebekkah Brunson United States Basketball Salmeterol
(only given public warning) [78]
Dave Bruylandts Belgium Cycling Erythropoietin (EPO) [79] (Dutch)
Katharina Bullin East Germany Volleyball [80]
Andrew Burns Australia Swimming Ecstasy [81]
Asim Butt Scotland Cricket Ecstasy [82]
David Bystroň Czech Republic Football (soccer) Methamphetamine [83]
[edit] C
Name Country Sport Banned substance Reference
Enos Cabell United States Baseball Cocaine [28]
Danny Cadamarteri England Football (soccer) Ephedrine [84]
Valeriu Calancea Romania Weightlifting methandienone [85]
Joe Calzaghe Wales Boxing Cocaine [86]
Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. Mexico Boxing Diuretics [87]
Oscar Camenzind Switzerland Cycling Erythropoietin (EPO) [88]
Mike Cameron United States Baseball Stimulants [89]
Ken Caminiti United States Baseball Anabolic steroids
(never sanctioned; admitted to use after the end of his career) [90]
Neil Campbell England Cycling HCG [91]
Guillermo Cañas Argentina Tennis Hydrochlorothiazide [92]
José Canseco United States Baseball Anabolic steroids
(never sanctioned; admitted to use after the end of his career) [93]
Ludovic Capelle Belgium Cycling Erythropoietin (EPO) [94]
Salvador Carmona Mexico Football (soccer) Steroids [95]
Danilo Carrega Brazil Swimming Stanozolol [96]
Stefano Casagranda Italy Cycling [97]
Francesco Casagrande Italy Cycling Testosterone [98]
Rupeni Caucaunibuca Fiji Rugby union Cannabis [99]
Deniss Čerkovskis Latvia Modern pentathlon Anabolic steroid [100] (Latvian)
Sergo Chakhoyan Australia Weightlifting Stanozolol [101]
Sanamacha Chanu India Weightlifting Furosemide [102][103]
Justin Charles Australia Australian rules football Boldenone [104]
Juan Ignacio Chela Argentina Tennis Metil-testosterone [105]
Alexei Cherepanov Russia Ice hockey Nikethamide [106]
Chen Po-Pu Chinese Taipei Weightlifting Methandienone [39]
Viktor Chislean Moldova Weightlifting [107]
Velichko Cholakov Bulgaria Weightlifting Steroids [108]
Traian Cihărean Romania Weightlifting [109]
César Cielo Brazil Swimming Furosemide [110]
Roger Clemens United States Baseball Anabolic steroids [111]
Gloria Comerma Spain Field hockey [112]
Contador, AlbertoAlberto Contador Spain Cycling Clenbuterol [113][114]
Chris Cooper United States American football THG [115]
Kit Cope United States Mixed martial arts Boldenone [116]
Guillermo Coria Argentina Tennis Nandrolone [117]
Chris Cornes England Football (soccer) Cocaine [118]
Ben Cousins Australia Australian rules football Methamphetamine
(admitted to a U.S. rehab for treatment) [119]
Fernando Couto Portugal Football (soccer) Nandrolone [120]
Alexander Crispim Brazil Mixed martial arts Desoxymethyltestosterone [121]
Brian Cushing United States American football [122]
[edit] D
Name Country Sport Banned substance Reference
Joey D'Antoni United States Cycling Erythropoietin (EPO) [123]
Ashot Danielyan Armenia Weightlifting Steroids [1]
Olga Danilova Russia Cross-country skiing NESP [124]
Edgar Davids Netherlands Football (soccer) Nandrolone [125]
Rusmin Dedič Slovenia Football (soccer) Testosterone [126]
Gervasio Deferr Spain Gymnastics Cannabis [127]
Thomas Dekker Netherlands Cycling EPO [128]
Vilimoni Delasau Fiji Rugby union Cannabis [129]
Jacques Demers Canada Weightlifting Steroids [130]
Demir Demirev Bulgaria Weightlifting Steroids [108]
João Derly Brazil Judo Diuretics [131][132][133][134]
Kasun De Silva Sri Lanka Rugby union Cannabis [135]
Kavita Devi India Weightlifting [136]
Kunjarani Devi India Weightlifting Strychnine [137][138]
Monika Devi India Weightlifting [136]
Nick Diaz United States Mixed martial arts Cannabis [139]
Mark Dickel New Zealand Basketball Cannabis [140]
Ludo Dierckxsens Belgium Cycling Cortisone [141]
Roland Diethart Austria Cross-country skiing Violation of blood doping rules [142]
Robert Dietrich Germany Ice hockey Missed test [143]
Bert Dietz Germany Cycling Erythropoietin (EPO) (self-admitted) [14]
Izabela Dragneva Bulgaria Weightlifting Furosemide [144]
Ioannis Drymonakos Greece Swimming Methyltrienolone [145]
Laurent Dufaux Switzerland Cycling Erythropoietin (EPO) [77]
Christophe Dugarry France Football (soccer) Nandrolone [146]
Anthony Dupuis France Tennis Salbutamol [147]
Jamie Durbin United Kingdom Rugby League Stanozolol [148]
[edit] E
Name Country Sport Banned substance Reference
Johannes Eder Austria Cross-country skiing Violation of blood doping rules [142]
Kornelia Ender East Germany Swimming (Self-admitted) [149]
Tomáš Enge Czech Republic Auto racing Cannabis [150]
Sebastien Enjolras France Auto racing Cannabis [151]
Jean-Jacques Eydelie France Football (soccer) [152] (self-admitted)
[edit] F
Name Country Sport Banned substance Reference
Saad Faeaz Iraq Bodybuilding Nandrolone [153]
Rio Ferdinand England Football (soccer) Missed test [154]
Marco Fertonani Italy Cycling Testosterone [155]
Aaron Fike United States Auto Racing Heroin [156]
Mehmed Fikretov Bulgaria Weightlifting Steroids [108]
Ivailo Filev Bulgaria Weightlifting Steroids [108]
Sveinung Fjeldstad Norway Football (soccer) (Norwegian)[157]
Dmitriy Fofonov Kazakhstan Cycling Heptaminol [158]
Mabel Fonseca Puerto Rico Weightlifting Stanozolol [107]
Hermes Franca Brazil Mixed martial arts Drostanolone [159]
Ryan Franklin United States Baseball Steroids [160]
Dario Frigo Italy Cycling Erythropoietin (EPO) [161]
[edit] G
Name Country Sport Banned substance Reference
Al-Saadi Gaddafi Libya Football (soccer) Nandrolone [162]
Éric Gagné Canada Baseball Human growth hormone [111]
Alexander Gaidukov Russia Water polo Carphedon [96]
Juan Garriga Spain Motorcycle racing (never sanctioned; admitted to use after the end of his career) [163]
Stefano Garzelli Italy Cycling Probenecid [164]
Philippe Gaumont France Cycling Erythropoietin (EPO) (self admitted) [165]
Anzhelika Gavrilova Kazakhstan Speed skating Clenbuterol [166]
Ute Geweniger East Germany Swimming Turinabol (self-admitted) [167]
Jason Giambi United States Baseball Human growth hormone, steroids
(self-admitted) [115][168]
Jeremy Giambi United States Baseball Human growth hormone, steroids
(self-admitted) [115][169]
Jay Gibbons United States Baseball Growthormone [170]
Ed Giddins England Cricket Cocaine [171]
Felice Gimondi Italy Cycling [172]
Everton Giovanella Brazil Football (soccer) [173]
Andreas Goldberger Austria Ski jumping Cocaine [174]
Kerem Gönlüm Turkey Basketball Cathine [175][176]
Derlis Gómez Paraguay Football (soccer) Coca [177]
Anthony Gobert Australia Motorcycle racing Cannabis
Not sanctioned for first offence, but was released from contract by team [178][179][180]
Aitor González Spain Cycling methyltestosterone metabolite [181]
Dwight Gooden United States Baseball Cocaine [182]
Ólafur Gottskálksson Iceland Football (soccer) [183]
Royce Gracie Brazil Mixed martial arts Nandrolone metabolite [184]
Johan Granath Sweden Speed skating Unknown substance [185]
Guy Greavette Canada Weightlifting Anabolic steroids [60]
Jason Grimsley United States Baseball Amphetamines,
anabolic steroids,
human growth hormone
(self-admitted) [186]
Kevin Grubb United States Auto Racing Refusal to submit to doping control [187]
Josep Guardiola Spain Football (soccer) Nandrolone [188]
Melvin Guillard United States Mixed martial arts Cocaine [189]
Zafar Guliyev Russia Wrestling Bromantan [190]
Fabrizio Guidi Italy Cycling Erythropoietin (EPO) [191]
Carlos Gurpegi Spain Football (soccer) 19-norandrosterone [192][193]
Keith Gurusinghe Sri Lanka Ruby union Methylhexanamine [194][195][196]
Rebeca Gusmão Brazil Swimming Testosterone; Tampering [197]
Lajos Gyökös Hungary Kayaking EPO, Growth hormone, +3 any dopings [107]
Ferenc Gyurkovics Hungary Weightlifting Oxandrolone [107]
[edit] H
Name Country Sport Banned substance Reference
Noriyuki Haga Japan Motorcycle racing Ephedrine [198]
Carey Hall Australia Cycling Steroids [199]
Dennis Hallman United States Mixed martial arts Drostanolone
Nandrolone [121]
Bo Hamburger Denmark Cycling Erythropoietin (EPO) (admitted years after being cleared by CAS) [200]
Tyler Hamilton United States Cycling Blood transfusion [201]
Morgan Hamm United States Gymnastics Glucocorticosteroid
(only given public warning) [202]
Herkie Kruger South Africa Rugby Cocaine [203]
Jessica Hardy United States Swimming Clenbuterol [204]
Rodney Harrison United States American football Human growth hormone [205]
Hatton, RickyRicky Hatton United Kingdom Boxing Cocaine [206][207]
Christian Henn Germany Cycling Erythropoietin (EPO) (self-admitted) [14]
Roberto Heras Spain Cycling Erythropoietin (EPO) [208]
Félix Heredia Dominican Republic Baseball Steroids [209]
Keith Hernandez United States Baseball Cocaine [210]
Pascal Herve France Cycling Erythropoietin (EPO) [211]
René Higuita Colombia Football (soccer) Cocaine [212]
Giorgos Himonetos Greece Cycling Steroid (stanozolol) [213]
Martina Hingis Switzerland Tennis Cocaine [214]
Shane Hmiel United States Auto racing Cocaine
Cannabis [215]
Aad van den Hoek Netherlands Cycling Coramine [216]
Gareth Hock England Rugby League Cocaine, benzoylecgonine [217]
Jörg Hoffmann (swimmer) East Germany Swimming Turinabol (self-admitted) [218]
Al Holland United States Baseball Cocaine [28]
Brian Holm Denmark Cycling Erythropoietin (EPO) [24] (Danish)
Detlef Hofmann Germany Canoeing [219]
Danilo Hondo Germany Cycling Carphedon [220]
Mariano Hood Argentina Tennis Finasteride [221]
Steve Howe United States Baseball Cocaine [222]
Miguel Hoyos Bolivia Football (soccer) Dexamethasone [223]
Jan Hruška Czech Republic Cycling [39]
Ryan Hudson United Kingdom Rugby league Stanozolol [224]
Jaime Huelamo Spain Cycling [225]
Daniela Hunger East Germany Swimming Anabolic steroids (Self-admitted) [226]
Gary Hunt England Diving Cannabis [96]
Martin Hvastija Slovenia Cycling [97]
Gudrun Høie Norway Wrestling Failure to reveal whereabouts [227]
[edit] I
Name Country Sport Banned substance Reference
Dimitris Chondrokoukis Greece Jump Height Stanozololi [228]
Christos Iakovou Greece Weightlifting Steroids [229]
Iryna Iarosh Ukraine Rowing number of (banned) substances [230]
Janne Immonen Finland Cross-country skiing HES [231]
Ekaterina Iourieva Russia Biathlon r-EPO [232]
Yusaku Iriki Japan Baseball Steroids [233]
James Irvin United States Mixed martial arts Methadone and oxymorphone [234]
Michael Irvin United States American football Cocaine [235]
Gunduz Ismayilov Azerbaijan Powerlifting Stanozolol [3]
Jari Isometsä Finland Cross-country skiing HES [231]
Mark Iuliano Italy Football (soccer) Cocaine [236]
Anastasia Ivanenko Russia Swimming Furosemide [237]
Ivan Ivanov Bulgaria Weightlifting Furosemide [144]
Anzur Ismailov Uzbekistan Football (soccer) Cannabis [238]
[edit] J
Name Country Sport Banned substance Reference
Mahmoud Jadaan Syria Swimming Metenolone [239]
Jörg Jaksche Germany Cycling Erythropoietin (EPO) [240]
Daniel Jardemyr Sweden Ice hockey Amphetamine [241]
Mohammed Jassim Iraq Weightlifting Cortisone [242]
Ernst Jean-Joseph Haiti Football (soccer) [243]
Leon Jeanne Wales Football (soccer) [244]
Genevieve Jeanson Canada Cycling Erythropoietin (EPO) [245]
Brian Dalgaard Jensen Denmark Cycling Erythropoietin (EPO) [24]
Knud Enemark Jensen Denmark Cycling Amphetamines [246]
Jie Zhou China Swimming Clenbuterol [247]
Tomas Johansson Sweden Sport wrestling Anabolic steroids [248]
Andrew Johns Australia Rugby League Ecstasy [249]
Willie Johnston Scotland Football (soccer) Reactivan [250]
Roy Jones Jr. United States Boxing Androstenedione
*Banned substance by the IBF but available legally over-the-counter in the US at time of use. [251]
[edit] K
Name Country Sport Banned substance Reference
Alina Kabaeva Russia Rhythmic gymnastics Furosemide [citation needed]
Mohamed Kallon Sierra Leone Football (soccer) Nandrolone [162]
Kaspars Kambala Latvia Basketball Cocaine metabolite [252]
Mario Kasun Croatia Basketball Cathine [175][176]
Sesil Karatantcheva Bulgaria Tennis Nandrolone [253]
Svend Karlsen Norway Strongmen [254]
Fetie Kasaj Albania Weightlifting [255] (Norwegian)
Andrey Kashechkin Kazakhstan Cycling Blood doping [256]
Gursharanpreet Kaur India Wrestling Methylhexaneamine [257]
Zoltan Kecskes Hungary Weightlifting [107]
Ronwin Kelly South Africa Rugby union (former bodybuilder) Nandrolone [258]
Daniel Kenedy Portugal Football (soccer) Furosemide [259]
Paddy Kenny Ireland Football (soccer) ephedrine [260]
Matthias Kessler Germany Cycling testosterone [261]
Masuam Khatri India Wrestling Methylhexaneamine [257]
Nan Aye Khine Myanmar Weightlifting Steroids [102]
Yaroslav Khoma Ukraine Football (soccer) [262]
Albina Khomich Russia Weightlifting Anabolic steroids [263]
Yekaterina Khoroshikh Russia Hammer throwing
Oksana Khvostenko Ukraine Biathlon [264]
Rotson Kilambe Zambia Football (soccer) [265]
Kim Jong Su North Korea Shooting Propanolol [266][267]
Gergana Kirilova Bulgaria Weightlifting Steroids [108]
Harri Kirvesniemi Finland Cross-country skiing HES [231]
Vitali Klitschko Ukraine Boxing Anabolic steroids (self-admitted) [268]
Tonya Knight United States Bodybuilding Using a stand-in when chosen for a random drug test [269]
Francis Kombe Zambia Football (soccer) Cannabis [270]
Petr Korda Czech Republic Tennis Nandrolone [271]
Andrey Korneyev Russia Swimming Bromantan [272]
Anzhelika Kotyuga Belarus Speed skating Anabolic steroids [273][274]
Zoltán Kovács Hungary Weightlifting Refusal to provide test [275]
Justyna Kowalczyk Poland Cross-country skiing Dexamethason [276]
Nina Kraft Germany Triathlon Erythropoietin (EPO) [277]
Daniel Kreutzer Germany Ice hockey Missed test [143]
Lennie Kristensen Denmark Cycling [24] (Danish)
Karen Kronemeyer Netherlands Squash Benzylpiperazine [278]
Herkie Kruger South Africa Rugby union Nandrolone [279]
Galina Kulakova Russia Cross-Country skiing Ephedrine [280]
Sumit Kumar India Wrestling Methylhexaneamine [257]
Saliya Kumara Sri Lanka Ruby union Methylhexanamine [194][195][196]
Pratima Kumari India Weightlifting [102]
[edit] L
Name Country Sport Banned substance Reference
Raimonds Lācis Latvia Weightlifting Furosemide [281] (Latvian)
Lee Lacy United States Baseball Cocaine [28]
Juha Lalukka Finland Cross-country skiing Growth Hormon [28]
Bernard 1ama France Football (soccer) Cannabis [282]
Eric Lamaze Canada Equestrian Cocaine [283]
Floyd Landis United States Cycling Testosterone [284]
Simon Larose Canada Tennis Cocaine [285]
Matt Lawton United States Baseball Boldenone [286]
Stan Lazaridis Australia Football (soccer) Finasteride [287]
Larisa Lazutina Russia Cross-country skiing NESP [288]
Chris Leben United States Mixed martial arts Stanozolol [289][290]
Luc Leblanc France Cycling Erythropoietin (EPO) (self admitted) [77]
Luo Meng China Wrestling Diuretic [291]
Yann Lejuste France Water polo Cannabis [96]
Kayle Leogrande United States Cycling Erythropoietin (non-analytical positive) [292]
Jeffrey Leonard United States Baseball Cocaine [28]
Kimo Leopoldo United States Mixed martial arts Stanozolol
Stephen Letchford England Ten-pin bowling Benzoylecgonine [293]
Rashard Lewis United States Professional Basketball Steroids
(10 game suspension) [294]
Hans-Gunnar Liljenwall Sweden Modern pentathlon Alcohol [295]
Mads Lind Denmark Handball Anabolic steroids [296]
Lourdes Domínguez Lino Spain Tennis Cocaine [214]
Paul Lo Duca United States Baseball Steroids (Admission of guilt)[297]
Romain Locher France Water polo Cannabis [96]
Simos Loukas Greece Water polo Methylphenidate [298]
Frank Luck Germany Biathlon Turinabol
(self-admitted) [299]
Zach Lund United States Skeleton Finasteride [300]
Kerry Lynch United States Nordic combined Blood doping [301]
[edit] M
Name Country Sport Banned substance Reference
Mbulelo Mabizela South Africa Football (soccer) Cannabis [302]
Enzo Maccarinelli United Kingdom Boxing Methylhexaneamine (MHA) [303]
Emmanuel Magnien France Cycling Corticoids [39]
Bill Mahood Canada Mixed martial arts Drostanolone [304]
Reni Maitua Australia Rugby (NRL) Clenbuterol [305]
Igor Majcen Slovenia Swimming [72]
Mitchil Mann Australia Weightlifting Clenbuterol [306]
Milka Maneva Bulgaria Weightlifting Steroids [108]
Jesús Manzano Spain Cycling EPO, Cortisone, Testosterone, Human Growth Hormone, Nandrolone, Oxyglobin [307]
Diego Maradona Argentina Football (soccer) Cocaine (1991), Ephedrine (1994) [308][309]
Kornelia Marek Poland Cross-Country Skiing Erythropoietin (EPO) [310]
Georgi Markov Bulgaria Weightlifting Steroids, Tampering with test [63][108]
Ivan Markov Bulgaria Weightlifting Steroids [108]
Nate Marquardt United States mixed martial arts nandrolone [311]
Rodolfo Massi Italy Cycling cortisone [312]
Martha Matsa Greece Swimming Stanozolol [96]
Jeremy Mayfield United States Auto racing Amphetamine [313]
O. J. Mayo United States Basketball Dehydroepiandrosterone [314]
Iain McCorkindale England Ten-pin bowling Benzoylecgonine [293]
Sean McCully United States Mixed martial arts Nandrolone [315]
Mark McGwire United States Baseball Steroids (self-admitted after retirement; Major League Baseball did not test for steroids during his career) [316]
Brigitte McMahon Switzerland Triathlon Erythropoietin [317]
Tim McNeill United States Gymnastics Triamcinolone acetonide [318]
David Meca Spain Swimming Nandrolone [319]
Roland Meier Switzerland Cycling Erythropoietin (EPO) [161]
Birgit Meineke East Germany Swimming Turinabol (self-admitted) [320]
Filip Meirhaeghe Belgium Cycling Erythropoietin (EPO) [321]
Oussama Mellouli Tunisia Swimming Amphetamine (Dutch)[322]
Marcelo Melo Brazil Tennis Isometheptene [323]
Eddy Merckx Belgium Cycling Reactivan, lodinated glycerol and Pemoline [324]
Shawne Merriman United States American football Steroid [325]
Jeff Michels United States Weightlifting Testosterone [326]
Mike Mihelic Canada Canadian football [327]
Harry Milanzi Zambia Football (soccer) Cannabis [270]
David Millar Scotland Cycling Erythropoietin (EPO) [328]
Sevdalin Minchev Bulgaria Weightlifting Furosemide [144]
Donka Mincheva Bulgaria Weightlifting Steroids [108]
Bjarne Møller Denmark Triathlon Erythropoietin (EPO) (self-admitted) [329] (Danish)
Claus Michael Møller Denmark Cycling [24] (Danish)
Shane Monahan United States Baseball Deca-Durabolin, Winstrol & amphetamines
Self-admitted in 2007, last played in minors 2003. [330]
Gianpaolo Mondini Italy Cycling Erythropoietin (EPO) [331]
Scott Moninger United States Cycling 19-norandrosterone [332]
Agustin Montero Dominican Republic Baseball [333]
Josh Moreau United States Weightlifting Cannabinoids [334]
Christophe Moreau France Cycling Erythropoietin (EPO) (self admitted) [335]
Cristian Moreni Italy Cycling Testosterone [336]
María Isabel Moreno Spain Cycling Erythropoietin (EPO) [337]
Johnnie Morton United States Mixed martial arts anabolic steroids [338][339]
Luca Moro Italy Auto racing Benzoylecgonine [340]
Mike Morse United States Baseball Steroids [341]
Shane Mosley United States Boxing Tetrahydrogestrinone (THG, also known as "the clear"), Erythropoietin (EPO), and The cream [342]
Guillermo Mota Dominican Republic Baseball [343]
Johann Mühlegg Spain Cross-country skiing Darbepoetin [344]
David Munyasia Kenya Boxing Stimulant [275]
Giuseppe Muraglia Italy Cycling hCG (Human chorionic gonadotropin) [345]
Johan Museeuw Belgium Cycling Aranesp-darbepoetin alfa [346] (self-admitted)
Adrian Mutu Romania Football (soccer) Cocaine [347]
Mika Myllylä Finland Cross-country skiing HES [348]
Eero Mäntyranta Finland Cross-country skiing Amphetamine [349]
[edit] N
Name Country Sport Banned substance Reference
Kazuhiro Nakamura Japan Mixed martial arts Cannabis [350]
Sireli Naqelevuki Fiji Rugby union Cannabis [351]
Paweł Nastula Poland Mixed martial arts Nandrolone [352]
Andris Naudužs Latvia Cycling Anabolic steroid [100]
Shaun Newton England Football (soccer) Cocaine [353]
Moisés Dueñas Nevado Spain Cycling Erythropoietin (EPO) [354]
Lars Brian Nielsen Denmark Cycling Caffeine [24]
Mark Nielsen New Zealand Tennis Finasteride [355]
Patrik Nilson Sweden Ice hockey Nandrolon [356]
Ulf Nilsson Sweden Ice hockey Ephedrine [357]
Carola Nitschke East Germany Swimming Anabolic steroids (self-admitted) [226]
Alexandre Nogueira Brazil Mixed martial arts Boldenone [358]
Franny Norton England Horse racing Metabolite of cocaine [359]
Anosheravan Nourian Iran Boxing Ephedrine [360]
Karel Nováček Czech Republic Tennis Cocaine [214]
Joseph N'Sima France Basketball Ephedrine [361] (Norwegian)
Daniel Núñez Cuba Weightlifting Anabolic steroids [60]
[edit] O
Name Country Sport Banned substance Reference
Nathan O'Neill Australia Cycling Phentermine [362]
Kirk O'Bee United States Cycling Testosterone [363]
Reza Ojagh Iran Swimming Nandrolone [239]
Olena Olefirenko Ukraine Rowing [107]
Andrey Oleynik Ukraine Swimming Cannabis [96]
Harri Olli Finland Ski Jumping Alcohol [96]
Jacques Oliger Chile Weightlifting [364]
Oo Mya Sanda Myanmar Weightlifting Metabolite [365]
David Ortiz Dominican Republic Baseball [366]
Omar Ortiz Mexico Football (soccer) Oxymetholone, masteron [367]
Ronnie O'Sullivan England Snooker Cannabis [368]
Ouyang Kunpeng China Swimming Clenbuterol [291]
Alistair Overeem Netherlands MMA and Kickboxing Testosterone- Epitestosterone [369]
[edit] P
Name Country Sport Banned Reference
Neco Padaratz Brazil Surfing Anabolic steroids [370]
Emilio Pagani Italy Swimming Cannabis [96]
Rafael Palmeiro United States Baseball Stanozolol [371]
Marco Pantani Italy Cycling Declared unfit to ride after a UCI "health check" in the Giro d'Italia, but never formally tested positive or banned. [372]
Karo Parisyan United States mixed martial arts Hydrocodone, Hydromorphone, and Oxymorphone [373]
Dave Parker United States Baseball Cocaine [28]
Joseph M. Papp United States Cycling Testosterone or its precursors (6α-OH-androstenedione 6β-OH-androsterone) [374]
Stephen Pate Australia Cycling Steroids [199]
Lenny Paul United Kingdom Bobsleigh Nandrolone [375]
Ben Payne United Kingdom Hockey 19-norandrosterone and 19-noretiocholanolone [376]
Per Pedersen Denmark Cycling Cortisone [24] (Danish)
Daniel Pereira Portugal Swimming Stanozolol [377]
Neifi Pérez Dominican Republic Baseball Stimulants (three times) [378]
Wolfgang Perner Austria Biathlon Violation of blood doping rules [379]
Alessandro Petacchi Italy Cycling Salbutamol [67]
Rumyana Petkova Bulgaria Weightlifting Stanozolol [380]
Andy Pettitte United States Baseball Human growth hormone
(self-admitted) [381]
Michael Phelps United States Swimming Cannabis (self-admitted) [382]
Jorge Piedra United States Baseball [383]
Juan Pineda United States Cycling 19-norandrosterone [363]
Jürgen Pinter Austria Cross-country skiing Violation of blood doping rules [142]
Adri van der Poel Netherlands Cycling Strychnine [384]
Aleksander Polaczek Germany Ice hockey Missed test [143]
Claudia Poll Costa Rica Swimming Nandrolone [385]
Andrea Pollack East Germany Swimming Turinabol
(self-admitted) [226]
Sandis Prūsis Latvia Bobsleigh Anabolic steroids [100] (Latvian)
Piotr Przydzial Poland Cycling Erythropoietin (EPO) [386]
Mariusz Pudzianowski Poland Strongmen Cocaine [387]
Mariano Puerta Argentina Tennis Etilefrine, clenbuterol [388]
Shailaja Pujari India Weightlifting [102]
Nauris Pundors Latvia Swimming Anabolic steroids [100] (Latvian)
Olga Pyleva Russia Biathlon Carphedon [389]
[edit] Q
Name Country Sport Banned substance Reference
Quim Portugal Football (soccer) Nandrolone [390]
[edit] R
Name Country Sport Banned substance Reference
Andreea Răducan Romania Gymnastics Pseudoephedrine [391]
Robin Rahm Sweden Ice hockey Anabolic steroids [392]
Tim Raines United States Baseball Cocaine [393]
Elmira Ramileva Uzbekistan Weightlifting Stanozolol [394]
Manny Ramirez Dominican Republic Baseball Performance Enhancing Drugs [395]
Kevin Randleman United States Mixed martial arts Submitting fake urine sample [396][397]
Mihai Ravariu Romania Rugby union hCG [398]
Igor Razoronov Ukraine Weightlifting Nandrolone [399]
Shawn Ray United States Bodybuilding Anabolic sterroid [400]
Rita Razmaite Lithuania Cycling Bromantan [401]
Andris Reinholds Latvia Rowing Nandrolone [39]
Rica Reinisch East Germany Swimming Turinabol
(self-admitted) [402]
Peter Ribe Norway Canoeing Ephedrine [403] (Norwegian)
Ricardo Riccò Italy Cycling CERA [404]
Maximiliano Richeze Argentina Cycling steroid [405]
Bjarne Riis Denmark Cycling EPO, cortisone, growth hormone (self-admitted) [406]
Juan Rincón Venezuela Baseball Steroids [407]
Danny Rios United States Baseball Stanozolol [408]
Barret Robbins United States American football THG [115]
Grant Roberts United States Baseball Steroids [409][dead link]
Ana Rodrigues Portugal Water polo Canrenone [96]
Estella Rodriguez Villanueva Cuba Judo Furosemide [272]
Alex Rodriguez United States Baseball Testosterone, primobolan [36]
Ángel Rodríguez Spain Motorcycle racing [37]
Luis Román Rolón Puerto Rico Boxing [410]
Bill Romanowski United States American football Steroids
(self-admitted) [115]
Romario Brazil Football (soccer) Finasteride [411]
Jarno Rosberg Finland Boxing Methandrostenolone [412]
Loren Ross United States Boxing [413]
Wolfgang Rottmann Austria Biathlon Violation of blood doping rules [414]
Didier Rous France Cycling Erythropoietin (EPO) [77]
Raimondas Rumšas Lithuania Cycling [415][416]
Stefan Rütimann Switzerland Cycling testosterone [417]
[edit] S
Name Country Sport Banned substance Reference
Milla Saari (née Jauho) Finland Cross-country skiing HES [418][419]
Şule Şahbaz Turkey Weightlifting [107]
Hasan Şaş Turkey Soccer Fenilpropanolamin [420]
Wendell Sailor Australia Rugby union Cocaine [421]
Juan Salas Dominican Republic Baseball [422]
Viktors Ščerbatihs Latvia Weightlifting Anabolic steroids [100] (Latvian)
David Segui United States Baseball Anabolic steroids, growth hormone [423]
Leonidas Sampanis Greece Weightlifting Testosterone [107]
Olga Samulenkova Russia Rowing Testosterone [424]
Alex Sánchez Cuba Baseball Steroids [425]
Francisco Pérez Sanchez Spain Cycling Erythropoietin (EPO) [426]
Virpi Sarasvuo (née Kuitunen) Finland Cross-country skiing HES [427]
Mitchell Sargent Australia Rugby league Cocaine [428]
Santis Sarkanis Latvia Cycling Ephedrine [429] (Latvian)
Todd Sauerbrun United States American football Ephedra [430]
Adam Sbieh United States Cycling Erythropoietin (EPO) [431]
Michele Scarponi Italy Cycling Operación Puerto doping case [432]
Mike Schmidt United States Baseball Amphetamines
(self-admitted) [433]
Roland Schmidt East Germany Weightlifting Turinabol
(self-admitted) [434]
Petra Schneider East Germany Swimming Anabolic steroids
(self-admitted) [435]
Stefan Schumacher Germany Cycling CERA [436]
Sead Seferovic Bosnia and Herzegovina Football (soccer) Ephedrine [437]
Emanuele Sella Italy Cycling Erythropoietin (EPO) [438]
Jeremy Serreau France Water polo Testosterone [439]
Jörg Harald Sievers East Germany Swimming Turinabol [440]
Antonio Silva Brazil Mixed Martial Arts Boldenone [441]
Roberto Sgambelluri Italy Cycling NESP [97]
Ken Shamrock United States Mixed Martial Arts Stanozolol, 19-Norandrosterone and 19-Noretiocholanolone [396]
Gary Sheffield United States Baseball Steroids
(was not punished) [115][442]
Shang Shichun China Weightlifting [102]
Sergei Shiriaev Russia Cross-country skiing Erythropoietin (EPO) [443]
Sean Sherk United States Mixed martial arts Nandrolone (tainted supplement)
Oleg Shteinikov Kazakhstan Swimming Nandrolone [96]
Filippo Simeoni Italy Cycling Erythropoietin (EPO), growth hormone [444]
Harpreet Singh India Weightlifting Nandroline [136]
Patrik Sinkewitz Germany Cycling Testosterone [445]
Michael Skelde Denmark Cycling Testosterone [24] (Danish)
Jesper Skibby Denmark Cycling (self-admitted) [446](Danish)
Adam Smith United States Mixed martial arts cocaine
Cannabis [447]
Lonnie Smith United States Baseball Cocaine [28]
Michelle Smith (Michelle de Bruin) Ireland Swimming Tampering with test [448]
Richard Smith Australia Cycling Blood Doping [449]
Euzebiusz Smolarek Poland Football (soccer) Cannabis [450]
Paul Smith (cricketer) England Cricket Cocaine, confessed after quitting the sport. [451]
Edgars Soika Latvia Curling Spironolactone [281] (Latvian)
Sergei Sokolov Azerbaijan Football (soccer) Betamethasone [452]
Nasser El Sonbaty Germany Bodybuilding Diuretics [400]
Chael Sonnen United States Mixed Martial Arts Testosterone [453]
Christiane Knacke-Sommer East Germany Swimming Anabolic steroids. (Self-admitted) [454]
Lary Sorensen United States Baseball Cocaine [28]
Duncan Spencer England Cricket Nandrolone [454]
Brandon Spikes United States American football [455]
Nikos Spyropoulos Greece Football (soccer) Testosterone [456] (Greek)
Zinaida Stahurskaya Belarus Cycling stanozolol, testosterone [457]
Jaap Stam Netherlands Football (soccer) Nandrolone [458]
Roger Stanislaus England Football (soccer) Cocaine [459]
Matt Stevens England Rugby Union Cocaine [460]
Ivan Stoitsov Bulgaria Weightlifting Steroids [108]
Astrid Strauss East Germany Swimming [219]
Darryl Strawberry United States Baseball Cocaine [182]
Jamal Strong United States Baseball [461]
Jamie Stuart England Football (soccer) Cocaine, Cannabis [462]
Dana Stubblefield United States American football THG [115]
S Sunaina India Weightlifting Nandrolone [102]
Eranga Swarnathilake Sri Lanka Ruby union Methylhexanamine [194][195][196]
Tim Sylvia United States Mixed martial arts Nandrolone [463]
[edit] T
Name Country Sport Banned substance Reference
Ibrahim Tanko Ghana Football (soccer) Cannabis [464]
Anissa Tann Australia Football (soccer) Nandrolone [465]
Alvaro Tardaguila Uruguay Cycling r-EPO [363]
Martin Tauber Austria Cross-country skiing Violation of blood doping rules [142]
Irina Tchachina Russia Rhythmic gymnastics Furosemide [466]
Than Kyi Kyi Myanmar Weightlifting Diuretic [467]
Upul Tharanga Sri Lanka Cricket Prednisone, Prednisolone [468][469][470][471]
José Théodore Canada Ice hockey Finasteride [472]
Gert-Jan Theunisse Netherlands Cycling Admits use of Celestone [473]
Tammy Thomas United States Cycling Testosterone [474]
Do Thi Ngan Thuong Vietnam Gymnastics Furosemide [266][267]
Egor Titov Russia Football (soccer) Bromantan [475]
Rajiv Tomar India Wrestling Methylhexaneamine [257]
James Toney United States Boxing Nandrolone [476]
Anthony Torres United States Mixed martial arts Boldenone [477]
Kolo Touré Côte d'Ivoire Football (soccer) [478]
Mark Tout United Kingdom Bobsleigh Stanozolol [479]
Alan Tsagaev Bulgaria Weightlifting Steroids [108]
Billy Turley England Football (soccer) Nandrolone (2002), Cocaine (2004) [480][481]
Alexandra Tziouti Greece Cycling Nandrolone [213]
[edit] U
Name Country Sport Banned substance Reference
Attila Ungvari Hungary Judo Stanozolol [482]
Sergey Ulegin Russia Canoe sprint Amphetamine [483]
Jan Ullrich Germany Cycling Amphetamine [484]
Paritosh Upadhyay India Weightlifting [136]
Alexander Urinov Uzbekistan Weightlifting Cannabis [485]
Albeiro Usuriaga Colombia Football (soccer) Cocaine [486]
[edit] V
Name Country Sport Banned substance Reference
Jorge Valdez Paraguay Football (soccer) Coca [177]
Frank Vandenbroucke Belgium Cycling [487] (self-admitted)
Zlatan Vanev Bulgaria Weightlifting Tampering with test [63]
Fernando Vargas United States Boxing Anabolic Steroids [488]
Kaisa Varis Finland Cross-country skiing Erythropoietin (EPO) [231]
Dmitry Vassiliev Russia Ski jumping Furosemide [489]
Andrus Veerpalu Estonia Cross-country skiing HgH [490]
Sven Verdonck Belgium Football (soccer) stanozolol [491]
Michael Viau Canada Weightlifting Anabolic steroids [60]
Chinthana Vidanage Sri Lanka Weightlifting Methylhexanamine [492][493][494][495][496]
Pieter de Villiers France Rugby union Cocaine, ecstasy [497]
Alexander Vinokourov Kazakhstan Cycling Blood doping [498]
Richard Virenque France Cycling [499]
Ľubomír Višňovský Slovakia Ice hockey Pseudoephedrine
(only given public warning) [500]
Nadzeya Vysotskaya Belarus Gymnastics Furosemide [501]
[edit] W
Name Country Sport Banned substance Reference
Graham Wagg England Cricket Cocaine [502]
Wakakirin Shinichi Japan Sumo wrestling Cannabis [503]
Wakanohō Toshinori Russia Sumo wrestling Cannabis [504]
Achim Walcher Austria Cross-country skiing Blood transfusion [505]
Alexander Walke Germany Football (soccer) Cannabis [506]
Wang Wei China Swimming Clenbuterol [507]
Manju Wanniarachchi Sri Lanka Boxing Nandrolone [508]
Shane Warne Australia Cricket Diuretics [509]
Joe Warren United States Wrestling Cannabis [510]
Claudell Washington United States Baseball Cocaine [28]
Stig Wetzell Finland Ice hockey Ephedrine Stig Wetzell#1974 Doping Controversy
Mats Wilander Sweden Tennis Cocaine [214]
Michał Wilk Poland Powerlifting [511] (Norwegian)
Ricky Williams United States American football Cannabis, other drugs [512]
Kindel Woods United States Basketball Indian cannabis [513] (Greek)
Jesper Worre Denmark Cycling amineptine [24]
Wu Yanyan China Swimming [514]
[edit] X
Name Country Sport Banned substance Reference
Abel Xavier Portugal Football (soccer) Methandienone (Dianabol) [515]
Xiong Guoming China Swimming Clenbuterol [507]
[edit] Y
Name Country Sport Banned substance Reference
Dmitri Yaroshenko Russia Biathlon r-EPO [516]
Jeremy Yates New Zealand Cycling Testosterone [517]
Yevgenia Yermakova Kazakhstan Swimming Diuretic [39]
[edit] Z
Name Country Sport Banned substance Reference
Erik Zabel Germany Cycling Erythropoietin (EPO) (self-admitted) [14]
Faat Zakirov Russia Cycling NESP [97]
Nina Zhivanevskaya Russia Swimming Bromantane [518]
Alex Zülle Switzerland Cycling Erythropoietin (EPO) [519]
Arthur Zwane South Africa Football (soccer) Methyltestosterone [520]
Tara Zwink United States Snowboarding Cannabis [521]
[edit] Horses
Horse Jockey Country Banned substance Reference
ABC Landliebe Cian O'Connor Ireland Fluphenazine,
Guanabenz [522]
Camiro Tony André Hansen Norway Capsaicin [523]
Castle Forbes Maike Jessica Kurten Ireland Etoricoxib [524]
Chupa Cup Bernardo Alves Brazil Capsaicin [523]
Coster Christian Ahlmann Germany Capsaicin [523]
Goldfever Ludger Beerbaum Germany Cortisone [525]
Lantinus Denis Lynch Ireland Capsaicin, [523]
Ooh Aah Camara Norton Ireland Phenylbutazone,
Oxyphenbutazone [526]
Waterford Crystal Cian O'Connor Ireland Fluphenazine,
Zuclopenthixol [522]
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Re: Chinese Olympians subjected to routine doping

Postby Newser » Sat Jul 28, 2012 9:05 am

Here is another interesting web with interactive map:

http://www-958.ibm.com/software/data/co ... ping-by-co
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Re: Chinese Olympians subjected to routine doping

Postby rickettyrabbit » Sat Jul 28, 2012 12:13 pm

You missed one: Ross Rebagliatti, Canada, Snowboarding, Marijuana

And they missed one: Lance Armstrong, USA, Cycling.

RB, anyone who follows cycling knows that the guys with the best doctors seldom get caught. But surely that's impossible in China's athletics program. That Chinese woman is clearly lying.

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Re: Chinese Olympians subjected to routine doping

Postby Newser » Sat Jul 28, 2012 12:24 pm

rickettyrabbit wrote:RB, anyone who follows cycling knows that the guys with the best doctors seldom get caught. But surely that's impossible in China's athletics program. That Chinese woman is clearly lying.


It's possible .. EVERYWHERE.

Probably i beluve if with drinking water i can made my piss color more clear -

i do and it and proves this theory. :lol: Somebody have more knoweledge in that ;-)

PS: Rabbit, does your Chinese Wife lying to you ? Impossible :lol:

Try to improve your Mazda to Honda and get his full love. :roll:
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Re: Chinese Olympians subjected to routine doping

Postby rickettyrabbit » Sat Jul 28, 2012 11:33 pm

Newser wrote:
rickettyrabbit wrote:RB, anyone who follows cycling knows that the guys with the best doctors seldom get caught. But surely that's impossible in China's athletics program. That Chinese woman is clearly lying.


It's possible .. EVERYWHERE.



Exactly. The difference in China is that it was run by the state. Just like it was done when Belarus was part of the empire, Ursus Sovietski.
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Re: Chinese Olympians subjected to routine doping

Postby Brun0 » Sun Jul 29, 2012 2:08 am

rickettyrabbit wrote:
Newser wrote:
rickettyrabbit wrote:RB, anyone who follows cycling knows that the guys with the best doctors seldom get caught. But surely that's impossible in China's athletics program. That Chinese woman is clearly lying.


It's possible .. EVERYWHERE.



Exactly. The difference in China is that it was run by the state. Just like it was done when Belarus was part of the empire, Ursus Sovietski.


Haha good one Wabbit.

Funny thing this: when you google for something or you quote from a website that contradicts RB, he is all "yeah but the internet is controlled by Amurrika". When it suits his "views", then it is copy and paste time like a food line in Minsk.
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Re: Chinese Olympians subjected to routine doping

Postby Newser » Sun Jul 29, 2012 2:16 am

Not the such. If yourself write an articel and post here - i will answer with my.

If you Googled and Copypasted - i can find Controversy. Fair, does not it ?

Let's Make a Show, deal ? :roll:

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rickettyrabbit wrote:Exactly. The difference in China is that it was run by the state. Just like it was done when Belarus was part of the empire, Ursus Sovietski.


Canada also runned by the state, or if say exactly, "As The State, #51" :lol:
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Re: Chinese Olympians subjected to routine doping

Postby rickettyrabbit » Sun Jul 29, 2012 3:42 am

^ There are big differences between Canada and the US, but I'm not surprised you don't know that - you have to be sober to notice them.

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Re: Chinese Olympians subjected to routine doping

Postby Newser » Sun Jul 29, 2012 4:00 am

rickettyrabbit wrote:^ There are big differences between Canada and the US, but I'm not surprised you don't know that - you have to be sober to notice them.


^ There are big differences between Belorussia and the Russia, but I'm not surprised you don't know that - you have to be READ BOOKS (insted of wasting our time by copypasting articles from the Internet :lol: ) to notice them.

PS: Btw, you are not Expat, how did you know "so much" about China ? Ahh ^.
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Re: Chinese Olympians subjected to routine doping

Postby Shinbone » Sun Jul 29, 2012 2:06 pm

Hm, and the way he takes advantage of people - dictates to them what to think, discredits all who disagree. Accuses lack of evidence in others. Conveniently neglects to substantiate his own. Picks and chooses anecdotes to support his prevailing agenda. Denying his agenda, pretending to objectivity.

All deplorable traits? For everyone or just for some?
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Re: Chinese Olympians subjected to routine doping

Postby Newser » Sun Jul 29, 2012 2:30 pm

^ So, complaining China about using drugs absolutely without a proof - is ok ?

If i prove my point of view - it's a mistake.

But when you making fun and mocking about others - "IT'S JUST KIDDING !"

Go back to reality, mate. You are who are you unless u prove ur "GODDNESS."

Right ? PS: Honestly say, I don't give a flying kiss about the topic,

we just have a dispute and the fun into the brain game (predicting you words, i should admit - we here no brains. Happy now ? Enjoy.)
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Re: Chinese Olympians subjected to routine doping

Postby Shinbone » Sun Jul 29, 2012 3:08 pm

Interesting word choices:

"Complaining." "Reality." "Goddness." "Brain game."

You certainly hold all the keys. Except the doors aren't locked.
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Re: Chinese Olympians subjected to routine doping

Postby tylerdurden » Sun Jul 29, 2012 3:53 pm

How is cannabis a performance-enhancing drug?

(Unless you're a professional reggae musician.)
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Re: Chinese Olympians subjected to routine doping

Postby Newser » Sun Jul 29, 2012 3:58 pm

tylerdurden wrote:How is cannabis a performance-enhancing drug?


It's depend ..

If you are American or Israelies - it's a Medicines.

But in Mexico and China it's STILL a drug.

World is so complicated. :roll:
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Re: Chinese Olympians subjected to routine doping

Postby rickettyrabbit » Sun Jul 29, 2012 6:25 pm

Newser wrote:^ So, complaining China about using drugs absolutely without a proof - is ok ?

If i prove my point of view - it's a mistake.

But when you making fun and mocking about others - "IT'S JUST KIDDING !"

Go back to reality, mate. You are who are you unless u prove ur "GODDNESS."

Right ? PS: Honestly say, I don't give a flying kiss about the topic,

we just have a dispute and the fun into the brain game (predicting you words, i should admit - we here no brains. Happy now ? Enjoy.)


The head of the Chinese program and his assistant confess that China was routinely using drugs on its athletes, but that's "absolutely without proof".

Good one! You are a very funny guy, Rushing Bare. :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Re: Chinese Olympians subjected to routine doping

Postby rickettyrabbit » Sun Jul 29, 2012 6:30 pm

tylerdurden wrote:How is cannabis a performance-enhancing drug?

(Unless you're a professional reggae musician.)


A doper being hit for "performance enhancement".

I guess the anti-doping agency hired Officer Stadanko.
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Re: Chinese Olympians subjected to routine doping

Postby Newser » Sun Jul 29, 2012 6:47 pm

rickettyrabbit wrote:The head of the Chinese program and his assistant confess that China was routinely using drugs on its athletes, but that's "absolutely without proof".
Good one! You are a very funny guy, Rushing Bare. :lol: :lol: :lol:


What is a proof ? -it's a doping test. You can Google it (as usial):

https://www.google.com/search?hl=en&gl= ... .0.0...1ac.

PS: Scroll up and see list of 522 atletes who used doping.
All the doping drugs have latin names (by an cofidence) right ?.
Testosterone, etc. Should we , by your logic, prohibit the atlethes
from "certain countries where first used the drugs" to been on
Olympics Games ?


PPS: If America and Israel lagalized drugs (for relaxing and dumbing own society), should we learn from that ? Rabbit, do you know what kinds of goods are very popular in USA right now ? "Pot", "herb" , "salt" , "HYDROPONIC" :lol: ..
http://www.ebay.com/itm/220939253224
http://www.ebay.com/itm/200704313028
http://www.ebay.com/itm/GENUINE-CAP-EBB ... 336dd81edc
http://www.ebay.com/itm/ws/eBayISAPI.dl ... 0604668979

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Re: Chinese Olympians subjected to routine doping

Postby tihZ_hO » Mon Jul 30, 2012 4:36 am

Newser wrote:
rickettyrabbit wrote:^ There are big differences between Canada and the US, but I'm not surprised you don't know that - you have to be sober to notice them.


^ There are big differences between Belorussia and the Russia, but I'm not surprised you don't know that - you have to be READ BOOKS (insted of wasting our time by copypasting articles from the Internet :lol: ) to notice them.

PS: Btw, you are not Expat, how did you know "so much" about China ? Ahh ^.


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Re: Chinese Olympians subjected to routine doping

Postby Shinbone » Mon Jul 30, 2012 6:21 am

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Re: Chinese Olympians subjected to routine doping

Postby rickettyrabbit » Mon Jul 30, 2012 11:53 am

Newser wrote:
rickettyrabbit wrote:The head of the Chinese program and his assistant confess that China was routinely using drugs on its athletes, but that's "absolutely without proof".
Good one! You are a very funny guy, Rushing Bare. :lol: :lol: :lol:


What is a proof ? -it's a doping test. You can Google it (as usial):

https://www.google.com/search?hl=en&gl= ... .0.0...1ac.

PS: Scroll up and see list of 522 atletes who used doping.
All the doping drugs have latin names (by an cofidence) right ?.
Testosterone, etc. Should we , by your logic, prohibit the atlethes
from "certain countries where first used the drugs" to been on
Olympics Games ?


This is actually pretty simple, RB. I can't figure out why you keep losing the plot.

I already agreed that doping by athletes is widespread. Athletes from most countries have been caught.

Now let's look at the situation and draw a few inferences.

There is a difference between doping, and being CAUGHT doping.

I'm sure there were many athletes who were doping but were never caught. I know of some who were never caught in doping tests, but later confessed that they used banned substances to win gold medals. Do you know how they are?

So the question is how would some athletes take dope and escape being caught? Answer: better doctors. Some doctors know how to administer performance enhancing drugs while their athletes pass drug tests.

Which doctors are likely to know how to do this? Answer: the ones with the most experience.

Which nations are most likely to do the most doping and to develop the skills do dope undetected? Answer: the nations which make doping part of their official program. Doctors paid by the nation to dope many, many athletes.

Which ones made it part of their program? Answer: China, for one. We know this because two Chinese officials have confirmed it.

Connect the dots, RB. Connect the dots. Like you did when you were in kindergarten in Byelorussia.
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Re: Chinese Olympians subjected to routine doping

Postby findus » Mon Jul 30, 2012 8:47 pm

RB = RussianBear?
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Re: Chinese Olympians subjected to routine doping

Postby rickettyrabbit » Mon Jul 30, 2012 10:16 pm

The same. Ursus Sovietski, AKA the man of many faces. He changes his screen identity every few weeks hoping to get a fresh start. But doing the same things the same way seldom produces a different result.
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Re: Chinese Olympians subjected to routine doping

Postby SorryMyBad » Mon Jul 30, 2012 10:22 pm

I also heard somebody early called Rabbish (or Wabbish) exchanged own

screen identity and locked the profile , now it's "Burning Man"

http://sweetshanghai.com/profile/wabbit

ShitsPantoMania anyone ? "Burning Man or Running Man" ? :lol:

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Re: Chinese Olympians subjected to routine doping

Postby rickettyrabbit » Tue Jul 31, 2012 1:05 am

Hahahahahahaa! So you finally figured out that nobody in the other forum actually changes their identity unless they re-register, as you do every few days. You are more than a little slow, RB.

When my screen name count reaches 1/10th of yours, you will have reason to complain. You have three this week alone on Shexpat, and two on this page alone! Hahahaahahahahaaa!

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