banned substance


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banned substance

a substance which is on the list of banned doping classes and methods of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) adopted (with some modifications) by the governing bodies of sport. See Drugs and the law.
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Edwards, the 2003 world outdoor champion in the 100, was suspended after the banned substance nikethamide was detected in her system.
His defence is believed to have included the claim that THG was not on the list of banned substances issued by the World Anti-Doping Agency at the time of the alleged offence.
In a statement, he said: ``I wish to announce that I have tested positive for a banned substance that may signal the end of my riding career.
Griffiths, 26, told the RFU disciplinary tribunal that he had been suffering from a heavy cold and flu symptoms leading up to the game and had not realised that the medication he had taken concealed a banned substance.
ccording to CNN, in July, high-profile Jamaican sprinters Asafa Powell and Sherone Simpson both tested positive for banned substances, while more recently sprinting star Usain Bolt and the entire Jamaican team were blood-tested for banned drugs just days before the World Championships in Russia.
NUTRILITE Valerian and Hops is the first-ever sleep aid product to be accepted into the NSF Certified for Sport program, demonstrating to athletes that it has been tested and certified free of banned substances.
Unfortunately, I wasn't able to explain to the arbitrator how the banned substance entered my body.
Ephedrine is not on our list of banned substances and there is no imminent plan to change that, but we will be monitoring the situation.
According to Smikle, the Jamaica Anti-Doping Commission (JADCO) had notified him that his urine sample from the Jamaica National Trials in June returned a positive finding of a banned substance, The Guardian reports.
LOS ANGELES, May 14, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- LuRong Living Essential All Natural Deer Velvet Antler has received the highly coveted BSCG Certification, it was announced jointly today by Banned Substance Control Group and LuRong Living.
Fallon appeared before the French racing authorities on Wednesday as they considered the case of the six-time champion jockey, whose B-test sample confirmed the original positive test for a banned substance.
But last weekend Chambers revealed to BBC Sport he had been using the banned substance earlier during a period which saw him win the European gold medal and finish runner-up in the IAAF Grand Prix final.