clenbuterol


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clenbuterol

(klɛnˈbjuːtərɒl)
n
(Medicine) a drug prescribed for breathing disorders
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This case cannot be compared to any other case of clenbuterol because - as I was the leader of Tour de France - I passed a test before July 21.
ALBERTO CONTADOR is determined to see his name cleared after claiming contaminated meat was the reason behind his positive test for the banned stimulant clenbuterol while he was on his way to winning this year's Tour de France.
The three-time Tour de France winner said contaminated meat caused his positive doping test for a "very small concentration" of the banned substance clenbuterol.
The Racing Post revealed on Monday that Ward has had a string of infringements for horses testing positive for clenbuterol, a bronchodilator used to improve breathing which, if used on a long-term basis, can also have an anabolic effect by indirectly building muscle.
Although it has been approved in some countries for use via prescription only, in the fall of 2006, clenbuterol was named as a banned substance by the International Olympic Committee.
In cattle, clenbuterol has been shown to have potency equal to about 24% that of anabolic steroids and to increase muscle mass by 13%-65%.
The Roger Charlton-trained youngster tested positive for clenbuterol, but he will not be stripped of his Group One success until after the result of the B sample is known.
Meanwhile, Uzbekistan's Djamolidine Abdoujaparov has been thrown out of the Tour after testing positive for stimulants bromantan and clenbuterol.
Stripped of the 2010 Tour de France title after testing positive for clenbuterol.
The Sports Ministry instituted a ban on most beef, lamb and pork in January with the aim of preventing athletes from consuming meat tainted with clenbuterol, which is classified as a performance-enhancing drug by the International Olympic Committee and is grounds for disqualification if detected.
Contador was found guilty of doping after testing positive for clenbuterol during the 2010 Tour.
The statement highlighted the government's progress in curbing manufacturing and sale of clenbuterol, an illegal fat-burning drug that is sometimes illegally used as an additive in pig feed, and "gutter oil," a reprocessed cooking oil that is illegally produced using waste oil from restaurants.