steering for steroids


Drenched in drugs
Beyond biking
Blood doping
Steroids 'n kids
'roid rage

Why Files

The science of the Olympics.

Using steroid hormones -- on beef cattle!

Environmental hormones.

What can sweat tell us about bone loss?

Meet a high-tech bike rim.

Anabolic-Androgen Steroids: Current Issues. Charles Yesalis and MS Bark, Sports Medicine, May, 1995, pp. 326-40.

Drugs and Sport. Research Findings and Limitations, PM Clarks and HS Thompson, Sports Medicine, 366-84, Dec. 1997.

Psychiatric and Medical Effects of Anabolic-Androgen Steroid Use, Harrison Pope, Jr., and David Katz, Archives of General Psychiatry, May, 1994, pp. 375-82.

The Real Scandal, Sharon Begley et al, Newsweek, Feb. 15, 1999, pp. 48 ff.

The Steroids Game, Charles Yesalis and Virginia S. Cowart, Champaign, IL, Human Kinetics, 1998.

The U.S. Olympic Committee says "Doping violates the ethics of both sport and medical science and is prohibited."

U.S. Cycling team.

If it's got two wheels and no motor, Bike Ride Online knows their URL.

We're no dopes.

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