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  • He is expected to be a witness this summer at the trial of former teammate Roger Clemens, indicted on charges he lied to a congressional committee when he denied using performance-enhancing drugs.

    RETIRING

  • Sports will forgive its wayward eccentrics—look at Dennis Rodman's act, en route to the Basketball Hall of Fame—but performance-enhancing drugs have become a great unforgivable.

    This Time, Manny Is Fleeing Manny

  • For years, the underground firm International Pharmaceuticals supplied athletes around the world with the latest performance-enhancing drugs, helping it attain cult status in the doping scene and make millions.

    Must Reads: German doping investigators may name names

  • I sometimes wonder if I missed out by not using the performance-enhancing drugs.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Adderall

  • Dan Weber: I sometimes wonder if I missed out by not using the performance-enhancing drugs.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Adderall

  • A former team-mate of Lance Armstrong has told the 60 Minutes television programme in the US that he used performance-enhancing drugs with the seven-time Tour de France winner to cheat in cycling races, including the Tour.

    I saw Lance Armstrong take EPO, says former team-mate Tyler Hamilton

  • Another ex-teammate of cyclist Lance Armstrong on the former U.S. Postal Service cycling team has accused the seven-time Tour de France winner of using banned performance-enhancing substances during his career.

    Second Cyclist Accuses Armstrong

  • The U.S. criminal investigation, which is being led by the Food and Drug Administration, isn't aimed at prosecuting rank-and-file riders who used performance-enhancing drugs during their careers, according to people familiar with the investigation.

    Second Cyclist Accuses Armstrong

  • The same may be said of NFL commissioner Roger Goodell and the league's testing program for performance-enhancing drugs.

    Vikings' plans stuck in mud until Brett Favre makes up mind

  • All winning horses are screened for more than 100 performance-enhancing drugs.

    Horse industry works on more humane touch, increased safety

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