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  Friday, 7 March, 2008, 09:38 GMT
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Ron Clarke Aussie legend 'supports drug use'
Australian running hero Ron Clarke reportedly defends drug use in sport, saying it helps to 'level the playing field'.
Wada to combat genetic cheats
Engineering athletes
IOC warns football over drug bans
IOC rejects new test


NANDROLONE

Mark Richardson A testing time for athletics
BBC Sport Online takes a look back at the history surrounding the nandrolone crisis.
Nandrolone: The history
The negative side of testing
Nandrolone nightmare must end


THE HISTORY

Drugs in world athletics
Drugs have been around in sport for years - these are the stories that have captured the headlines.
Boosting the body illegally
Britain's positive tests
Swimming's risers and fallers


THE SCIENCE

Ben Johnson Doping: Banned substances
BBC News Online's health and science teams examine the facts behind the drug rows - starting with an analysis of the major substances used.
Are drug tests reliable?
Nandrolone and anabolic steroids
Eating to succeed in sport


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