doping


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Financial, Idioms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to doping: blood doping, semiconductor

dop·ing

(dōp'ing),
The administration of foreign substances to an individual; often used in reference to athletes who try to stimulate physical and psychological strength.

doping

(dō′pĭng)
n.
The use of a drug, such as a steroid or a blood product, such as erythropoietin, to improve athletic performance.
Sports medicine Any use of drugs and other nonfood substances to improve performance; the Olympic Committee defines doping as one or more anti-doping rule violations set forth in Article 2.1-2.8, IOC Anti-Doping Rules

doping

Sports medicine Popular for the use of drugs and other nonfood substances to improve performance. See Anabolic steroids, Blood doping, Weight training.

dop·ing

(dōp'ing)
The administration of foreign substances to a human or animal; often used in reference to athletes who try to enhance physiologic function and exercise performance.
See also: blood doping
References in periodicals archive ?
Operation Viribus also focused on doping checks during sports events.
If we reinforce the message that doping is cheating, athletes are less likely to do it."
The government department that the committee holds to account increased its annual grant to UKAD by PS3m in January but the report suggests the bill for a fit-for-purpose s y s t e s h o u really footed "It is important that World Doping Agency UKAD adequately funded deal with problem of doping report anti-Doping mandate m l d be by sport.
Russian athletes may compete in the 2018 Olympics in South Korea if they prove they are not part of the state-sponsored doping scheme.
In this research, a 2 x 2 x 2 Sn[O.sub.2] supercell model was built and the electronic structure, energy band structure, state density, differential charge density of Sr-, Ti-, Sb-, Ge-, and Ga-doped Sn[O.sub.2] were calculated by the supersoft pseudopotential method in the first principle, and the best doping element to improve the electrical performance of Sn[O.sub.2] was also analyzed.
Taiwan's weightlifter Hsu Shu-ching was reallocated to being the gold medalist at the 2012 London Olympics after Kazakhstan weightlifter Zulfiya Chinshanlo tested positive for drug doping. Thus, she is currently the first athlete in Taiwan to attain 2 Olympic gold medals.
There is no suggestion either player was guilty of doping.
AFTER Arjuna Awardee footballer Subrata Paul tested positive for a banned substance, Sports Minister Vijay Goel on Wednesday called for adopting a policy of " zero tolerance" towards doping.
measures to prevent doping in sports and to combat it
Doping in sports is as old as sports, but it grew remarkably during the 20th century, especially during the 1990s with development of amphetamines (1950s) and anabolic steroids (1960s) [1], as well as peptide hormones such as human growth hormone (HGH) (1980s) and erythropoietin (1990s) [2].
Doping in sports refers to the violation of one or more anti-doping rules, including the consumption of banned performance-enhancing substances (e.g.
DOHA: Russia's top Olympic official said his country has cleaned up its sports doping problem and should be allowed to return to all international competitions.