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STEROIDS IN SPORTS
Voting For Steroid Abusers And Gamblers For Baseball's Hall Of Fame Is Giving Them A 'Participation Trophy'
John A. Tures
Professor of Political Science, LaGrange College
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.
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The Moment Jose Canseco Decided To Turn To Steroids To Enhance His Game
By Lisa Capretto, OWN
"She was dead. Her brain was dead. I cried my eyes out."
Photo Illustration by Troy Dunham using Getty Images/iStockphoto
High School Steroid Testing's Biggest Backer Now Has Regrets
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.
When Winning Is a Crime
Lois Alter Mark
Award-winning writer, Midlife at the Oasis
As team mom for both my kids' teams, I was constantly spouting lessons about success only being achieved by hard work and practice. But, as we watched big-name player after big-name player face accusations of PED use -- with few consequences -- I could see I was losing my audience.
Adam Nelson Gold Medal: U.S. Shot Putter Could Win Olympic Gold Eight Years Later
According to Associated Press, the statute of limitations for acting on Athens results expires this year. The Athens Games
Victor Conte Claims 'As Much As 50 Percent' Of MLB Players Use Performance-Enhancing Drugs
Conte made the startling claim that "as much as 50 percent" of MLB players utilize performance-enhancing drugs while appearing
Dwain Chambers' Olympic Victory
Author, Snowball Narrative
Dwain Chambers, the controversial sprinter who once broke the rules by taking the same drug that prosecutors claimed helped Barry Bonds slam homers, has struck a mighty blow for fairness.
Why the Barry Bonds Verdict Matters
Stanley H. Teitelbaum
I am a psychoanalyst with specialties in sports and financial ...
What are the implications of the jury decision that Barry Bonds had obstructed justice but was not found guilty of perjuring himself before a grand jury?
Why Barry Bonds?
Bennett L. Gershman
Bonds has already been convicted in the court of public opinion. The question is whether a jury trial was necessary to rubber-stamp that "conviction."
Thiago Silva Suspended: MMA Fighter Out One Year For Fake Urine Sample
UFC light-heavyweight Thiago Silva has been suspended for one year and fined a total of $33,750 by the Nevada state athletic
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Steve Phillips: 'Thank God For Steroids'
Steve Phillips, former New York Mets general manager and ex-ESPN analyst weighed in on the steroid era in Major League Baseball
Steroids, Baseball, America: Did Drugs Kill Sports?
Coverage of the steroid era by sports journalists has resembled a police procedural or, in its more hysterical phases, a
Tour De France Not Winnable Without Doping, Former Rider Bernard Kohl Says
LEESBURG, Va. -- Alberto Contador (right) didn't have to be flagged for a doping violation to remind retired rider Bernard
Pope Warns Athletes On Doping
By Francis X. Rocca Religion News Service VATICAN CITY (RNS) Pope Benedict XVI on Monday (Nov. 15) warned against doping
Contador Chaos: Cycling in Circles
Author, Snowball Narrative
Imagine if two months after the New Orleans Saints beat the Indianapolis Colts in Super Bowl XLIV, the NFL announced that several Saints failed drug tests but the league wasn't sure what to do about it.
Alberto Contador Tests Positive For Banned Substance
A World Anti-Doping Agency-accredited lab in Cologne, Germany, found a "very small concentration" of clenbuterol in Contador's
Floyd Landis: 'I Saw Lance Armstrong Using Drugs'
LOS ANGELES -- The Floyd Landis vs. Lance Armstrong battle of words took another step Friday when in his first television
Indicted Roger Clemens Will Need a New Pitch
Joe Lapointe, a New York Times sports reporter for 20 years, t...
Clemens acted as if he could bully Congress the way he could intimidate hitters with fastballs. But perhaps the public revulsion toward cheaters and liars will help to make him the fall guy for a tainted era.
Roger Clemens Perjury? Pitcher Indicted On Federal Charges
Longtime Clemens friend and pitching star Andy Pettite told congressional investigators that Clemens confided to him that
Tiger Woods Used Performance-Enhancing Drugs, Say 24% Of Surveyed Golfers
Last December, near the height of Woods' sex scandal, the New York Times published a report linking Woods to a controversial
Unlike Steroids, HGH Can Harm Without Helping
Robert E. Murphy
Many athletes are so determined to treat their bodies with substances that promise them competitive advantage, that they are easily duped by empty nostrums and medical charlatans.
Roger Clemens' Sex Life Investigated By Feds
Roger Clemens' sex life was examined by federal investigators trying to determine whether the star pitcher used steroids
Lance Armstrong Denies Floyd Landis Doping Allegations
"If you said, 'Give me one word to sum this all up,' credibility," the seven-time Tour de France winner said. "Floyd lost
Santana Moss Used HGH? Human Growth Hormone Allegedly Given To Receiver
Moss could still face a suspension from the NFL if he's found to be connected with Galea and HGH, according to league spokesman
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