Should Sports Doping Be Doping?

1578 WordsAug 3, 20177 Pages
Doping in sports. At present, the problem of the use of doping by athletes is acute for professional sports. The solution of this task immediately entails chain of related questions: how to improve the system of doping control, what drugs to prohibit to use, what measures to show to athletes who violated the rules.But what do we know about doping, in addition, what do the media and the people profit from it? Looking at the situation of modern sports on the other hand, it can be argued that much more important is another risk: to dispel all myths surrounding the problem of using doping in sport and outline the reality.This paper will deal with operating principle of doping and the consequences of…show more content…
But the real beginning of the modern era of doping should be considered 1935, when the injection testosterone was created. First used by Nazi doctors to increase the aggression of the soldiers, a little later he confidently entered the sport with the Olympic athletes of Germany in 1936 at the Berlin Olympics. Later in 1955, physiologist John Ziegler developed a modified synthetic testosterone for the US national weightlifting team, it was Dianabol. The invented Dianabol soon became widely available and compulsory for weightlifters, football players, runners and sportsmen of sports game. The effect of the Dianabol is to increase protein synthesis and help the muscles recover faster after hard training(Muller 2,6). According to the definition of the Medical Commission of the International Olympic Committee, doping is the introduction into the body of athletes by any means (in the form of injections, pills, inhalation, etc. )of pharmacological drugs that artificially raise the working capacity and athletic performance. In addition, various kinds of manipulations with biological fluids, produced for the same purposes, are also referred to as doping. According to this definition, doping, a pharmacological preparation can be considered only if it or the products of its decay can be determined in body fluids (blood, urine) with a high degree of accuracy and reliability. Currently, the following 5 groups are
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