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Olympic Record Breaker Ben Johnson and His Use Of Anabolic Steroids

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Ben Johnson used the Anabolic Steroid Winstrol which contains the ingredient “Stanozolol” to improve his strength and shatter a world record in the 100m sprint.

legal steroids-Ben-JohnsonAfter winning a bronze medal at the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics, Canadian Olympic sprinter Ben Johnson was poised to improve on that result when he arrived in Seoul, Korea for the 1988 Summer Olympics. Though injuries rattled the sprinter throughout the 1987 season, he was still considered a medal contender.

Facing off against longtime rival Carl Lewis, Johnson breezed through the 100m final, setting a world record time at 9.79 seconds. Even though there were “legal steroids” avaiable to him which would have went undetected, subsequent urine tests revealed the sprinter had taken Stanozolol (Brand name Winstrol), and he was disqualified three days later.

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After testing positive in Seoul, the Canadian government opened an inquiry into drug abuse. Although he initially denied any doping, before the inquiry Johnson admitted that he had indeed been taking performance-enhancing drugs. His coach, Charlie Francis, also testified that Johnson had been using steroids since 1981.

Johnson remains a controversial figure in Canadian sports. Ordinary Canadians were embarrassed to have one of their athletes shamed on the international stage, and many feel that their country’s track and field reputation was only improved when Donovan Bailey won the 100m gold medal in Atlanta eight years later.ben-johnosn-cheetah1

Recently, Johnson appeared in an advertisementfor the energy drink Cheetah. In the television spot, Johnson promotes the beverage by saying: “I Cheetah all the time.”

 

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Roger Clemens Accused of Winstrol Use.

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Professional Baseball Player Roger Clemens Accused of Using The Injectable Anabolic Steroid Winstrol-V.

When Jose Canseco pubroger-Clemens on steroidslished his book “Juiced,” he named Clemens as one of his many baseball colleagues who had expert steroid knowledge. This lead Canseco to assume that Clemens’ improved performance post-Red Sox was thanks to steroid use. While Clemens dismissed this claim, steroid rumors continue to dog the famed pitcher.

Clemens’ name was mentioned 82 times in the Mitchell Report on steroid use in baseball. It was alleged that he obtained amphetamines, anabolic steroids, and human growth hormone from someone recommended to him by former Yankees trainer Brian McNamee, who was a personal strength coach for Clemens. In the Mitchell Report, McNamee states that he injected Clemens with Winsdrol throughout the 1998, 2000, and 2001 baseball seasons.

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In 2008 Clemens appeared before a House committee to deny any use of performance enhancing drugs. Citing inconsistencies with his testimony, the committee recommended that the Justice Department conduct further investigations to see whether Clemens lied under oath. A federal grand jury convened in January 2009 to follow up on these allegations.

Clemens’ name has been removed from various charitable organizations, and his Hall of Fame future remains in jeopardy.

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