stated, "In response to recent, widespread discoveries of blood doping
in endurance athletes, Sanguine has joined with other pharmaceutical manufacturers of blood oxygenating products to promote the development of anti-doping strategies and activities.
Despite indications to the contrary my A sample from the Olympics, the one that first brought on this issue, was initially determined to be negative for blood doping
It is expected to call Armstrong and the five associates to a trial hearing to answer questions about blood doping
From the moment he become a professional cyclist in 1993 and possibly even before, he had been systematically using drugs, in particular the blood doping
agent erythropoietin (r-EPO), under the medical supervision of his teams' doctors.
Ullrich, 32, was withdrawn from this year's Tour by his team before it started when he was linked by the media to an investigation in Spain into alleged blood doping
It emerged he had been addicted to cocaine since autumn 1999, weeks after being expelled from the Tour of Italy for blood doping
3 runner, senior Chelsea Johnstone, is starting to improve after a midseason slump that coach Rene Paragas said he thinks was caused by a blood donation, something he called, ``the opposite of blood doping
A LEADING blood doping
expert has posed fresh questions over the "triangle" involving disgraced Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong, a payment by him to the UCI and a drug-testing laboratory.
The report, which included witness testimony from 11 former teammates, accused Armstrong of cheating through the use of EPO, blood doping
and other drugs and pushing his teammates to do the same.
Pre-race favourite Alexander Vinokourov was thrown out after testing positive for blood doping
on stage 16 and Michael Rasmussen was three minutes ahead of the field and odds-on to take the title when he was withdrawn by his Rabobank team for misleading them over his training schedule.
JAN ULLRICH (WINNER 1997): Evidence found after police raid that he had undergone blood doping
- where blood is taken from an athlete and then injected back before a race.
However, in their annual report WADA said a test to detect excess human growth hormone has been finalised, whereas research on blood doping
tests is 'well under way'.