Drug use and abuse is perhaps the most significant problem in sport today. It is also a complex issue, with the real science often hard to grasp behind the fraught debate surrounding each high-profile doping case. Now in a fully revised and updated sixth edition, Drugs in Sport provides a clear and...
To Be Published October 14th 2014 by Routledge
Drug use and abuse is perhaps the biggest challenge facing sport today. However, in the eye of the storm of public and press opinion and with medals and morals at stake, it can be difficult to gain a clear perspective on this complex issue. Drugs in Sport is the most comprehensive and accurate text...
Published November 8th 2010 by Routledge
After the Genome
Trypanosomes cause medically and economically severe diseases such as Sleeping Sickness and Chagas’ Disease in humans and Nagana in cattle. They are also inherently interesting scientifically, being single-cell eukaryotes under constant, strong diversifying selection. The publication of the genome...
Published December 20th 2006 by Taylor & Francis
With the recent major updates in worldwide anti-doping laws and changes to the prohibited and therapeutic exemption lists, this fourth edition of the bestselling Drugs in Sport presents authoritative, hard science information about the actions of drugs, hormones, medication and nutritional...
Published November 16th 2005 by Routledge
Drug use and abuse represents perhaps the most profound and high-profile issue facing sport today. Each major international championship seems to deliver a new drug-related controversy, while drug takers and sports administrators attempt to out-manoeuvre each other with new substances and new...
Published January 8th 2003 by Routledge
Drugs in sport has now become a major issue surrounding most top sporting events. In order to provide a wide perspective on this subject from both the scientific and social/political viewpoint, this edition has been expanded and extensively revised. A highly accessible text suitable for students on...
Published September 10th 2002 by Routledge