performance enhancing drugs

These players and their fans demand a plaque in Cooperstown, NY (a museum that they are already a part of) which says "Hall-of-Fame" next to the words integrity, character and sportsmanship.
"I remember my first drunk, it was a life changing moment," recalled Marv. "All of a sudden my feelings of inadequacy and
"She was dead. Her brain was dead. I cried my eyes out."
Lucas Hnath's Red Speedo, which runs for 80 minutes with no intermission, is as lithe and lean as the swimmer who begins it with a literal splash -- clad only in a red racing suit, he plunges into a narrow, glass-fronted pool that makes up part of the set.
Originally developed for low blood flow, it's found new legs among elite athletes.
In a recent interview with the New York Times, world-renowned chiropractor Gerry Ramogida claimed that he was shocked by an Al Jazeera investigation into performance enhancing drugs. In the program, several of Ramogida's alleged business partners were exposed, appearing to offer banned drugs to a British athlete. That athlete, Liam Collins, was working undercover for Al Jazeera's Investigative Unit.
This week's episode of "The Second Half" podcast breaks down the upcoming contest.
"The Dark Side" highlights serious questions about sports leagues' testing policies.
The clinic originally told reporters that Charlie Sly worked there in 2011. It now disputes that confirmation.
The Broncos quarterback fires back at claims that he used human growth hormone.
The quarterback and his wife received human growth hormone in 2011, an alleged supplier asserts in a new undercover investigation.
Texas' high school steroid testing program was supposed to be a model for the nation. Now, Don Hooton fears it taught us all the wrong lessons.