Fresh start for former boxer moving to Howard Lake
By Andrea Vargo
Surgery on his legs happened again last week for Bob Hazelton of Eden Prairie. He lost both legs above the knees, one in 1986 and the other in 1987. This didn’t happen because of an accident. Bob did this to himself.… Continue Reading…
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From The SUN (a major UK newspaper, 7/28/2010)
Ex-user Alex: He won’t be photographed and we can use only his first name but he injected steroids on and off for three years.
The 35-year-old unemployed builder, from Crosby, near Liverpool, ended up in hospital after he fell into deep depression.… Continue Reading…
His body was slumped over the desk, torn by two rounds from a .380 Beretta.
The first shot slammed through the left side of his chest and exited his armpit. The other lodged in his brain.
John Rossi, 56, had presided over the transformation of his small Brooklyn pharmacy into a multimillion dollar hub for the illegal distribution of anabolic steroids and human growth hormone.Next to his body was a plastic cup, a half-empty bottle of Johnnie Walker Black and a note asking his wife, Justine, for forgiveness, according to two investigators who responded to the scene.… Continue Reading…
It will be interesting to see whether we all ever get to watch as Barry Bonds is perp-walked out of a courtroom in cuffs and headed off to spend 15 months behind bars.
Federal prosecutors have asked a judge to send former baseball slugger Barry Bonds to prison.
In court documents filed late Thursday, prosecutors objected to a recommendation by a federal probation officer that Bonds get only probation when he’s sentenced for obstruction of justice on Dec.
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Steroids are used in cock fighting. Â If they are good enough for chickens, they MUST be good for human beings!
FORT WORTH, TX –
Police say more than a dozen people have been cited during an alleged cockfight in a North Texas neighborhood.
Fort Worth police early Sunday shut down a rooster fight in the back yard of a residence.
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We continue to be told by those that are misreading the low number of postive test results in Texas, that “we don’t have a steroid problem in our schools”. Â If that’s truly the case, then ask yourself why the athletic leadership at a Houston High School would feel the need to warn their athletes that the steroid testers are coming and to make sure they are prepared when the testers arrive?… Continue Reading…
Some of our critics challenge the relationship between the use of anabolic steroids and death. Â Some are pretty crass in their obnoxious emails which tell us that we are making some hysterical connection between our tragic loss of Taylor and his use of steroids. Â ”Where are the bodies?,” they ask.… Continue Reading…
"I'm extremely proud to present Taylor's Award to Bob Copeland. As a result of Bob's leadership, and that of the University of Waterloo, the performance enhancing drug problem in university sports is now being addressed in a much bigger way across Canada," said Don Hooton, President of the Taylor Hooton Foundation.… Continue Reading…
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:Â December 7, 2011
Contact: Â Â Â Â Â Don Hooton
Taylor Hooton Foundation
7713 Thistledown Dr.
McKinney, TXÂ 75071
The Taylor Hooton Foundation, widely acknowledged leader in the advocacy against substance abuse in sports, announced today that the second ever "Taylor's Award" will be presented to Bob Copeland, the Director of Athletics at theÂ University of WaterlooÂ in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.… Continue Reading…
“Either the NHL is a freak show of incredibly clean proportions or the drug testing isn’t working.”
Since he first gained national attention with a slew of articles in Canadian magazines and a heap of praise from Wayne Gretzky at the age of 15, there has been more proverbial ink spilled about Sidney Crosby than any other hockey player in his time.
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