Doping: banned substances

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Doping: banned substances

  • Amateur Bodybuilding Association - Sponsors natural bodybuilding competition. Information including list of banned substances, rules and regulations, and judging criteria.

  • Anabolics.com™ - The Internet's premier web site for anabolic steroid information. Anabolics provides a one stop web site for both the pro's and con's of anabolic steroids.

  • Anti-Doping - In English, Spanish, and French, a look at banned substances, why people do steroids, signs that someone is abusing, how they are used, effects, and other drugs that athletes can abuse. From the Junior Tennis League of the International Tennis Foundation.

  • Anti Doping Commission of India - Doping is defined as “The use of those substances or methods, which have been banned by International Olympic Committee and or relevant National/International sports governing bodies”

  • Australian Sports Drug Agency - The World Anti-Doping Conference concluded in Denmark on 5 March, marking an historic milestone for the international fight against doping.

  • ConsumerLab.com - Athletic Banned Substances Screening Program - ConsumerLab.com offers the Athletic Banned Substances Screening Program to test dietary supplements, performance enhancement products, and other nutrition products for substances that could cause disqualification of athletes from Olympic and other competition.

  • New Zealand Sports Drug Agency - Works with national sports organisations and other agencies to deter the use of banned substances. Banned and permitted substance lists, newsletters, testing statistics and resources for athletes and coaches.

  • World Anti-Doping Program or Code - The World Anti-Doping Program is comprised of three levels; the World Anti-Doping Code itself, Mandatory Standards (Banned List, Lab Standards, Testing Standards and Standards for Therapeutic Use Exemptions), and at the third level, Models of Best Practice.

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