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Performance Enhancing Drugs in Sport

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tracy simon

on 24 October 2012

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Transcript of Performance Enhancing Drugs in Sport

Performance Enhancing Drugs in Sports Organizations for banned substances 1900 2000-Present 1928 International Amateur Athletics Federation (IAAF; now the International Association of Athletics Federations World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) founded at The First World Conference on Doping in Sport.
WADA is now charged with harmonizing the international anti-doping efforts and its Anti-Doping Program has been adopted worldwide by organizations around the world and used in Olympic sports today. -Fair play

-Hard work

-Dedication/Blood, sweat, & tears WADA has proscribed a list on prohibited substances & methods Beta-2 agonists: Also known as asthma 'relievers' or bronchodilators. These drugs relax and help to open up the bronchi (airways to the lungs), which become narrowed during an asthma attack. Side effects that may occur as a result of using Beta-2 agonists may be rapid beating of the heart, abnormal or irregular beating of the heart, headaches, tremors, nervousness, sweating, nausea and vomiting
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