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HGH Improves Sprint Performance 4 To 5 Percent

  • By Matt Fitzgerald
  • Published May. 4, 2010

A new study sponsored by the World Anti-Doping Authority found that the use of human growth hormone improved sprint performance enough to have made the last-place finisher a gold medalist in the final of the 2008 Olympic men’s 100 meters. That’s interesting. But is anyone else tickled by the idea of WADA administering performance-enhancing drugs to athletes for the purposes of this study?

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