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- n. The use of a drug or blood product to improve athletic performance.
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- v. Present participle of dope.
- n. The use of drugs to improve athletic performance.
- n. The addition of small quantities of an element to a semiconductor to change its characteristics.
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He also faces a possibility that he could get a reduced penalty, something less than the usual two-year suspension handed out to most first-time offenders in doping cases.
Torri stuck by his guns, saying that doping is inevitable in professional sport and said that dopers are always one step ahead of anti-doping controllers.
Sports proves that performance doping is irresistible when money and prestige are on the line.
In order to calm congregations, training in doping incense with teargas, crippling but non-lethal wielding of thuribles and the use of taser tipped bishops crooks has begun.
He has intimated before that 40% of professional athletes could be involved in doping today.
The current crusade to eliminate doping is much like the old crusade to eliminate professional athletes from the Olympics.
The aesthetics of doping is too much for sponsors and for fans.
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"Athletes who believe that gene doping is not detectable are in for quite a surprise," said Arne Ljungqvist, chairman of the IOC's medical commission.