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.
Mar 11, 2008 ... 1886 Twenty-four-year-old Welsh cyclist Arthur Linton dies during a race from
Bordeaux to Paris; though the cause of death is reported as ...
The history, use and regulation of drugs in sport. ... The more recent forms of
performance enhancing drugs have roots from World War II where
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.
Apr 18, 2014 ... The first death related to using drugs in sport is recorded in 1886, ... a new policy,
or some other event in history, there have been plenty of ...
Drugs in sport: a brief history. Sunday 8 February 2004. The Observer. Ancient
Greece Early Olympians use extracts of mushrooms and plant seeds.
The article "Doping in Sports: Steroids and Supplements" (World Almanac and
Book of Facts, 2007) notes that the word dope ... A BRIEF HISTORY OF DOPING.
Jun 9, 2015 ... Performance-enhancing drugs have a long history in sports, of course, but
pharmacological research has led to a surge in the number of ...
The use of performance enhancing drugs in sport is prohibited. ..... A snap-shot of
the chronological history of drugs in sport from an Australian perspective.