Doping in Sports
What is Doping in Sports?
Doping in sports is the practice of enhancing athletic performance by ingesting a substance on the list of banned substances published by the World Anti-Doping Agency or enhancing performance through other artificial means. Sports can also take other forms, such as extracting blood, infusing it with oxygen, and re-injecting it.
Anti-Doping Organizations World Wide
Where to find the official Web sites of the World Anti-Doping Agency, the International Doping Tests and Management organization, continental, regional and national anti- agencies, and other anti- organizations.
Books About Doping in Sports
A collection of anti- and sports books. Includes Dave Millar’s “Racing Through the Dark”, David Walsh’s “From Lance to Landis” , Chris Cooper’s “Run, Swim, Throw, Cheat” and other books featuring stories, history, and information.
More Anti-Doping Resources
– Wikipedia “Drugs in Sport” Category
– Wikipedia “Doping Cases in Sport” List
– Wikipedia: Performance Enhancing Drugs at the Olympics
– Wikipedia “Drugs Banned From the Olympics” List
– Journal of Sports Medicine and Doping Studies