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We started conducting dope tests during the knock- out stages of the Vijay Hazare Trophy and there are other domestic tournaments lined up this season where we will have more such tests," Paes told MAIL TODAY .
While Test players are signatories to an anti-doping code and can be subjected to dope tests by the ICC at any point of time, Pakistan cricket has been tainted by positive dope tests of star players in the past, such as star bowlers Shoaib Akhtar and Mohammad Asif, who tested positive before the 2006 Champions Trophy and were subsequently banned, though the ban was removed after an appeal on technical grounds.
The latest case of eight lifters, who failed the dope tests during the all- India inter- railway weightlifting competition in Kolkata this month, has further dented the IWLF's tall claims about their efforts to make the sport dope- free.
Earlier this year, the IWLF was slapped a fine of a whopping $ 500,000 by the International Weightlifting Federation for the repeated dope offences of Indian lifters.
During GDC Dope Warz will be available as a free download from the GAWDAM mobile site, so point your WAP browser on any J2ME MIDP 1.
Naturally, dope education does not become priority.
The dope control stations will be available at all competition venues and a dope centre has also been set up at the Games Village.
In a compact compendium, Get the Dope on Dope: First Response Guide to Street Drugs, Volume One thoroughly details the most current information available on commonly encountered street drugs.
While dope is in some ways the ultimate hipster buy, when all is said and done it's still a purchase and the user is a consumer.
Eminem is a dope artist, he's a dope lyricist, he's a dope person.
France's Pieter de Villiers, who failed a dope test in December, has been suspended from rugby until the end of the Six Nations for bringing the game into disrepute, the French Rugby Federation (FFR) said yesterday.
UNETHICAL ADVANTAGES Despite the dangers now inherent in gene therapy, some researchers worry that unprincipled scientists will inevitably gene dope unscrupulous athletes.