Doping in Professional Cycling    A look at Drug Abuse in Men’s Cycling                  1950-1960s              Taylor Mc...
Tour de France
Tour de FranceLance Armstrong
Tour de FranceLance Armstrong    Doping
1
1 2
1 2 3
… as early as 1867
What makes onecyclist better than  another is his ability to suffer
1950s & 1960s
1950s & 1960s   Classical Period
AMPHETAMINES
AMPHETAMINES  WHY THE HELP         SIDE-EFFECTS1. DECREASE FATIGUE     1. DELUSIONS 2. INCREASE FOCUS       2. PARANOIA   ...
1960-1967
1960-1967Few athletes would enter a race  without the help of doping
In 1965…
In 1965…37% of Belgian Cyclists46% of Italian Cyclists              were doping
Knud Jensen  1936-1960
Roger Rivière   1936-1967
Tom Simpson  1937-1967
Tom Simpson  1937-1967
1962Resolution against doping
1965First Anti-Doping Law
1967IOC Medical Committee
1967IOC Medical Committee UCI Anti-Doping Policy
1966RIDERS STRIKE
Jacques Anquetil“The anti-doping law is idiotic…Yes, I have taken doping products”
AMPHETAMINES
AMPHETAMINESANABOLIC STEROIDS
AMPHETAMINESANABOLIC STEROIDS  BLOOD DOPING
Moving Forward…
NO DOPE, NO HOPE
Doping in Men's Professional Cycling 1950-1970
Doping in Men's Professional Cycling 1950-1970
Doping in Men's Professional Cycling 1950-1970
Doping in Men's Professional Cycling 1950-1970
Doping in Men's Professional Cycling 1950-1970
Doping in Men's Professional Cycling 1950-1970
Doping in Men's Professional Cycling 1950-1970
Doping in Men's Professional Cycling 1950-1970
Doping in Men's Professional Cycling 1950-1970
Doping in Men's Professional Cycling 1950-1970
Doping in Men's Professional Cycling 1950-1970
Doping in Men's Professional Cycling 1950-1970
Doping in Men's Professional Cycling 1950-1970
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    1. 1. Doping in Professional Cycling A look at Drug Abuse in Men’s Cycling 1950-1960s Taylor McCurdy, 1044763
    2. 2. Tour de France
    3. 3. Tour de FranceLance Armstrong
    4. 4. Tour de FranceLance Armstrong Doping
    5. 5. 1
    6. 6. 1 2
    7. 7. 1 2 3
    8. 8. … as early as 1867
    9. 9. What makes onecyclist better than another is his ability to suffer
    10. 10. 1950s & 1960s
    11. 11. 1950s & 1960s Classical Period
    12. 12. AMPHETAMINES
    13. 13. AMPHETAMINES WHY THE HELP SIDE-EFFECTS1. DECREASE FATIGUE 1. DELUSIONS 2. INCREASE FOCUS 2. PARANOIA 3. INCREASE 3. HYPERTHERMIA WAKEFULNESS
    14. 14. 1960-1967
    15. 15. 1960-1967Few athletes would enter a race without the help of doping
    16. 16. In 1965…
    17. 17. In 1965…37% of Belgian Cyclists46% of Italian Cyclists were doping
    18. 18. Knud Jensen 1936-1960
    19. 19. Roger Rivière 1936-1967
    20. 20. Tom Simpson 1937-1967
    21. 21. Tom Simpson 1937-1967
    22. 22. 1962Resolution against doping
    23. 23. 1965First Anti-Doping Law
    24. 24. 1967IOC Medical Committee
    25. 25. 1967IOC Medical Committee UCI Anti-Doping Policy
    26. 26. 1966RIDERS STRIKE
    27. 27. Jacques Anquetil“The anti-doping law is idiotic…Yes, I have taken doping products”
    28. 28. AMPHETAMINES
    29. 29. AMPHETAMINESANABOLIC STEROIDS
    30. 30. AMPHETAMINESANABOLIC STEROIDS BLOOD DOPING
    31. 31. Moving Forward…
    32. 32. NO DOPE, NO HOPE

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