Aug 8, 2013 ... "The use of drugs to enhance performance in sports has certainly occurred since
the time of the original Olympic Games [from 776 to 393 BC].
Sep 10, 2014 ... Doping is not a new problem. In fact, it has been part of sports for a century.
The use of performance enhancing drugs such as caffeine, cocaine, alcohol, and
even strychnine, have been used by athletes for decades. Here is a brief ...
This review discusses the early history of doping in sport, the use of stimulants ...
Americans like to think the U.S. leads the 'Sports without Drugs Crusade,' but.
Aug 16, 2016 ... Read CNN's Fast Facts on performance-enhancing drugs in sports and learn
more about professional athletes in ... A history of doping exposed.
A history of doping in sport and the anti-doping movement in New Zealand.
Doping, along with other forms of cheating in sport, is not new. In the third century
These drugs can also increase vigor and attentiveness in athletes, which
contributes to an improvement in their sports performance. But athletes should
Jul 28, 2016 ... Athletes have been using performance-enhancing drugs since the ancient
Olympics, but despite progress in drug testing and periodic scandals ...
Apr 18, 2014 ... Just as modern medicine has evolved over the years, so too have performance-
enhancing drugs. Although they have only come into the ...
Drugs in sport: a brief history. Sunday 8 February 2004. The Observer. Ancient
Greece Early Olympians use extracts of mushrooms and plant seeds.