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Drugs and doping control in sport.

Drugs and doping control in sport.

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Published by Sport England in London .
Written in English


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SeriesBibliography / Sport England -- 10, Sport England bibliography -- 10.
ContributionsSport England.
The Physical Object
Pagination23p. ;
Number of Pages23
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18768458M

  Yes, says John Scott, UK Sport's anti-doping and ethics director. Sport is beginning to win the war against drugs and there have been some big advances in Author: Guardian Staff.   “Doping in sport” the administration to or the use of pharmacological doping agents or of doping methods by athletes. (a) Pharmacological doping agents or doping methods according to paragraph 2 are those doping agents or doping methods which have been prohibited by the respective international sport organisations and are included in lists Cited by:   Managing Drugs in Sport, by Jason Mazanov Mazanov has written an academic book that I of drug control at the expense of broader drug control. That .


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