Volume 5(6): April, 2000

DRUGS IN SPORT

This sixth issue of Volume 5 of Coaching Science Abstracts reviews articles concerned with drugs in sport. The entries in this issue have served as a resource for the editor when trying to understand this complex and undesirable phenomenon. It is far from being exhaustive of the topic.

Other resources that are related to this issue's topic are as follows:

This table also includes a link to the IOC web site that lists all banned substances. That site can be viewed or downloaded. To read or copy the contents, it is necessary to have Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your machine.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

    GENERAL

  1. THE DRUG PROBLEM IN SPORTS [MORE ABSTRACTS]

    Dr. Larry Weisenthal, Personal communication, (1999).

  2. CLASSES OF SUBSTANCES SUBJECT TO CERTAIN RESTRICTIONS [FROM THE IOC]

    Click this link for a downloadable list presented in Adobe Acrobat format.

  3. TYPES OF DRUGS

    Dr. Kaz Latven, (1995). Nichols Institute Substance Abuse Laboratory, Mission Valley, San Diego.

  4. TOLERATED DRUGS AND PERFORMANCE

    Rushall notes, (1992).

  5. CHEATING AND STUPIDITY DRUGS

    Rushall notes, (November, 1997).

  6. DRUG-TAKING PROTOCOLS

    Rushall notes, (1997).

  7. INCREASED NATIONAL DRUG TESTING REDUCES DRUG USE IN A COUNTRY

    Tjornhom, M., & Bahr, R. (1997). Prevalence of doping in sports - Doping control in Norway 1977-1995. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 29(5), Supplement abstract 1661.

  8. HGH, EPO, ANABOLIC STEROIDS, AND TESTOSTERONE IN SWIMMING

    Rushall, B. S., and Grant, G. (1998). Hgh, EPO, anabolic steroids, and testosterone in swimming. Australian Swimming and Fitness, , May-June, 42-44.

    STEROIDS

  9. MIKE BUONO ON STEROID TESTING

    Professor Michael Buono, Personal communication, (December 16, 1995).

  10. FURTHER ON STEROIDS

    Forbes Carlile, Personal communication, (February 20, 1995).

  11. RESEARCH ON AFFECTS OF STEROIDS IS NOT TOO CONCLUSIVE

    Doyle-Baker, P. K., Benson, B. W., & Meeuwisse, W. H. (1998). The ergogenic effects of anabolic steroids: A critical appraisal of the literature. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 30(5), Supplement abstract 1581.

    HUMAN GROWTH HORMONE

  12. COMMENTS ON HGH

    Rushall notes, (1998).

  13. FURTHER ON HUMAN GROWTH HORMONE

    Jacobson, B. H. (1990). Effect of amino acid on growth hormone release. The Physician and Sportsmedicine, 18, 63-69.

  14. POST-EXERCISE GROWTH HORMONE NOT AFFECTED BY FURTHER INFUSION OF GH

    Wideman, L., Weltman, J. Y., Patterson, M., Mistry, D., Veldhuis, J. D., & Weltman, A. (1998). Exercise-induced growth hormone (GH) release is not affected by GH infusion. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 30(5), Supplement abstract 601.

  15. EXERCISE INDUCED GROWTH HORMONE SECRETION CEASES WITHIN 24 HOURS

    Clasey, J. L., Weltman, J. Y., Nass, R., Pezzoli, S. S., Weltman, A., Thorner, M. O., & Hartman, M. L. (1998). Effect of a single bout of exercise on 4-hr and 24-hr growth hormone (GH) release in young and older subjects. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 30(5), Supplement abstract 602.

  16. GROWTH HORMONE SECRETION IS RELATED TO EXERCISE INTENSITY

    Pritzlaff, C. J., Wideman, L., Weltman, J. Y., Gutgesell, M. E., Hartman, M. L., Veldhuis, J. D. & Weltman, A. (1998). Effects of exercise intensity on growth hormone (GH) release. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 30(5), Supplement abstract 273.

  17. SERUM GROWTH FACTORS CHANGE WITH TRAINING BUT IN NO USEFUL WAY

    Hickson, R. C., Koziris, L. P., Chatterton, R. T., Groseth, R. T., Christie, J, M., & Unterman, T. G. (1998). Serum insluin-like growth factor-I (IGF-I) and IGF binding protein (BP) -1, -3 adaptations to training. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 30(5), Supplement abstract 989.

  18. PREVIOUS EXERCISE SUPPRESSES TESTOSTERONE BUT NOT HGH

    Ronsen, O., Haug, E., Rasmussen, T., Pedersen, B., K., & Bahr, R. (1998). Hormonal response to single vs repeated bouts of intensive endurance exercise. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 30(5), Supplement abstract 1551.

  19. RESISTANCE TRAINING INCREASES IGF-I

    Borst, S., De Hoyos, D., Lowenthal, D., Vincent, K., Garzarella, L., Pollock, B., & Pollock, M. (1998). Six months high- or low-volume resistance training increases circulating insulin-like growth factor. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 30(5), Supplement abstract 1556.

  20. HUMAN GROWTH HORMONE [MORE ABSTRACTS]

    Dr. Larry Weisenthal, Personal communication, (1999).

    ERYTHROPOIETIN

  21. A QUICK AND SIMPLE TEST FOR AUGMENTED ERYTHROPOIETIN

    Audran, M., Gareau, R., Matecki, S., Durand, F., Cheard, C., Sicart, M., Marion, B., & Bressolle, F. (1999). Effects of erythropoietin administration in training athletes and possible indirect detection in doping control. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 31, 639-645.

  22. EPO

    http://www.cyclingnews.com/results/1999/jun99/jun9.shtml.

    OTHER DRUGS

  23. GENDER AND EXERCISE DO NOT AFFECT CAFFEINE METABOLISM

    McLean, C., & Graham, T. E. (1998). The impact of gender and exercise on caffeine pharmacokinetics. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 30(5), Supplement abstract 13-80.

  24. CAFFEINE INGESTION AFFECTS WINGATE TEST RESULTS

    Guner, R., Turnagol, H., Bayar, C., Ceterman, M., & Ergen, E. (1998). Effects of coffee on isokinetic strength, Wingate test and post exercise urine caffeine metabolites' concentrations. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 30(5), Supplement abstract 1381.

  25. CAFFEINE DOES NOT ENHANCE AEROBIC WORK

    Turnagol, H. H., Guner, R., Bayer, C., Ceteman, M., & Acikada, C. (1998). The influence of coffee on incremental exercise, recovery and post exercise urine caffeine metabolites' concentrations. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 30(5), Supplement abstract 1382.

  26. CAFFEINE DOES NOT ENHANCE INTERMITTENT, HIGH-INTENSITY EXERCISE

    Herman, J. A., & Young, J. C. (1998). The effect of caffeine on high-intensity, intermittent exercise to exhaustion. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 30(5), Supplement abstract 1383.

  27. PERFLUOROCARBON

    Tim Henrich (University of West Texas), Personal communication, (September 2, 1999).

  28. NANDROLONE APPARENTLY IS BACK

    USA Today (August 11, 1999).

  29. PROBENECID IN SPORTS

    Rushall notes, (1998).

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