Jo pyar hmesa sath rhe wo saccha hai ji, Jo musibato me kaam aaye wo achha hai ji, Kabhi kabhi hamse bhi ho jati hai nadaniya, Qki DIL TO BACCHA HAI JI. Why cyclists fail drug tests has become a favorite whipping post for journalists, sportscasters, and the public at large. The temptation to use drugs must be almost overwhelming at times.Put in PerspectiveThe use of drugs in cycling is no more prevalent than it is in other sports. Cyclists are tested with more frequency, at higher, more precise levels than any other sport — even the most insignificant traces of a foreign substance shows up when you analyze someone enough. The list ranges from growth hormones (EPO) to noroxycodone, to benzoylecgonine to methylphenidate to plain old testosterone. The list goes on and on with most of the substances being unpronounceable names that only chemists can pronounce or understand. The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) is the guide and overseer that regulates the lists of prohibited drugs.Too Many Red Blood CellsAnother drug failure has nothing to do with drugs. It is the transfusion of one’s own blood, which has been stored, refrigerated or frozen, until needed.

Homologous blood doping is the transfusion of blood that has been taken from another person with the same blood type. Only the cyclists knows for sure.Passive InhalationPassive inhalation is the ingestion of drug smoke such as marijuana. The problem is that analytical drug testing methods are incapable of distinguishing between a sample from a true cheater or a sample from a cyclist who was passively exposed to marijuana smoke.Not an ExcusePassive inhalation is not accepted as a plausible explanation for a positive test and some cyclists test positive with cannabis (typically registered as THC) in their system.
The Case Against CannabisCannabis is often portrayed as a substance that has detrimental effects on performance. Cannabis decreases coordination, distorts spatial perception, alters perception and the awareness of the passage of time. It can be safely assumed that since cannabis seems to offer no real performance enhancing benefits, that recreational use or passive inhalation is a likely cause of  positive test results.
Again, only the cyclist knows for sure.Tainted MeatAt the end of April 2014, former world time trial champion, Michael Rogers was cleared of doping as the UCI accepted that meat he ate in China was likely the cause of his positive doping test. Rogers then tested positive for clenbuterol in Japan a few days later.You Are What You EatMeat in China and Mexico has always been a risk for cyclists.

In 2011 FIFA found that players from 19 of the 24 teams at the Under-17 World Cup in Mexico tested positive for clenbuterol.Health Reason FailureSome fail drug tests because of health reasons. For example; low levels of cortisol, a naturally occuring steroid hormone, can cause cyclists to fail a drug test simply because of possible complications if an injury while riding.
In this instance however, disqualifications are typically voluntary.Supplemental ExposureSome of the positive drug tests recorded by cyclists have resulted from the use of supplements and special sports foods rather than deliberate use of banned products. Sports Recovery DrinkMay 24, 2016 By Adam Farabaugh About I Love BicyclingI Love Bicycling is a website that is geared towards cycling for beginners with road cycling tips, training articles, nutrition tips, weight loss, how to's and bike repair articles.

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