Discussion in 'Pro Cycling (Road and Track Racing)' started by montage, 17 Jan 2013.
Snooker and bowls players have had beta blockers in the past ISTR
There would be some logic for that, none for curling
It seems you're right
All the action is going on in the seedy world of wheelchair curling!!!
I’ve heard it all now...!
And as if by magic....
Does that man that the Olympic team will get banned from the Olympics?!
And incredibly enough it was an athlete from their curling team! What gives with these guys. Does the thought of sport and competition create some kind of Pavlovian response that has them reaching intuitively and brainlessly for the medicine cabinet? Amazing. You couldn’t script this.
More Olympics news - Slovenian Ice Hockey player Ziga Jeglic tests positive for fenoterol, used to treat asthma. He's done a "fair cop guv'nor, banged to rights, slap the bracelets etc...." and gone home.
Whole football club charged with providing drug-tester-evading incorrect details to the "whereabouts" system http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/43132301
But of course, this doesn't mean there's any suspicion of institutional doping or anything, oh no.
Just an "administrative oversight". Move along now, nothing to see here. Game of skill...
Yes, but what skill?
Olympic Athletes From Russia may soon need to be 'Olympic Athletes from Olympic Athletes from Russia'.
Lot of heart problems in Russia.
Here’s a picture of the OAR bobsleigher who’s just failed the drugs test, taken after the team arrived at the Olympics. I can’t quite put my finger on it, but I think she just might be innocent.
Is she watching that flying pig go past?
They should get "on message" and just call them Doping Athletes from Russian
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