If you have questions about performance enhancing drugs in sports, this is where you’ll find answers. Is creatine safe? How about ribose, salbutamol and ephedrine? Doping in sports is a hot topic, so read on to find out… To browse our library of free sports training articles, browse using the categories on the left or use the search box.
How many of these fancily packaged and extravagantly advertised products actually work?
The social-psychological profile of athletes at risk of doping and some expert tips on building a ‘clean’ team.
Athletes with asthma should check their drugs do not infringe WADA guidelines
Insulin cheats beware
Athletes at risk from prescribed medicines
Antidepressants may cause muscle damage…
Andro supplements don’t help and can be harmful
Caffeine and leg muscle pain
Drug removed from banned list is ergogenic
Drugs in sport: why testing is not enough
How caffeine boosts team play
Banned Substances: Athletes still at risk of accidental doping
Prohormones : Warning! - contaminated dietary supplements can seriously damage your career
World Anti Doping Agency (WADA) : New WADA guidelines for 2006 - how do they affect athletes?
Blood Doping: New warning on blood doping
What all athletes need to know about pain relief medication
Performance Enhancing Drugs
Drugs in sport: From EPO to gene doping: Ron Maughan on the ceaseless quest for the undetectable magic bullet and the sterling efforts of the 'good guys' to stay ahead of the game
Modafinil: Banned drug works as ergogenic aid
NSAIDS: Contraction-induced muscle injury - why NSAIDS don't help
Salbutamol: Ergogenic effects of salbutamol
Drugs in sport: “Far from being unfair, drugs that enhance performance actually promote equality”
Drugs in sport: Let athletes take drugs, but I don't want them in my club - or at my Olympics'
Exercise induced asthma: Take a deep breath - and learn to manage your asthma without falling foul of doping regulations
ADHD drugs in sport