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Unformatted text preview: A Prohibited List if it meets any two of the following criteria: Potential to enhance sports performance Actual or potential health risk to an athlete Violates spirit of sport Performance Enhancing Drugs Performance Enhancing Drugs Steroids Synthetic versions of the hormone testosterone Anabolic ­ muscle building Corti­costeriods – prevent inflammation and to treat disease If T/E ratio is greater than 4:1, then WADA determines whether is due to (1) a physiological condition or (2) administration of exogenous hormones. Slaney v. Intl. Amateur Athletic Fed. and USOC T/E ratio above 6:1; argued it was due to birth control Initial burden of proof rests with IAAF to show athlete has a T/E ration greater than 6:1 established limit Burden then shifted to athlete to provide clear and convincing evidence due to pathological or physiological issues Strict questions of athlete’s eligibility are exclusive jurisdiction Performance Enhancing Drugs Performance Enhancing Drugs Blood Doping Removing blood from body, refrigerating then injecting oneself with own blood Body supersaturated blood cell...
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