Eine Hackergruppe hat brisante Dopingtests veröffentlicht, die sie der Turn-Olympiasiegerin Simone Biles und den Tennisstars Venus und. Simone Biles und Venus Williams US-Stars weisen Doping-Verdacht zurück Sportler dürfen mitunter Medikamente einnehmen, die auf der Dopingliste stehen. Simone Arianne Biles (* März in Columbus, Ohio) ist eine US-amerikanische Turnerin Biles darf mit Ausnahmegenehmigung (TUE) der US-Anti-Doping-Agentur wegen ADHS Methylphenidat einnehmen. Der Dopingexperte Werner.
Russische Hacker werfen Venus Williams und Simone Biles Doping-Missbrauch vorSimone Arianne Biles (* März in Columbus, Ohio) ist eine US-amerikanische Turnerin Biles darf mit Ausnahmegenehmigung (TUE) der US-Anti-Doping-Agentur wegen ADHS Methylphenidat einnehmen. Der Dopingexperte Werner. Auch bei Simone Biles finden sich einige TUEs, dazu kommen Ergebnisse von vier Dopingtests, die zwischen dem Und dem August. Simone Biles und Venus Williams US-Stars weisen Doping-Verdacht zurück Sportler dürfen mitunter Medikamente einnehmen, die auf der Dopingliste stehen.
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Many Russians blame Lord Sebastian Coe, who as president of the International Association of Athletics Federations oversaw the ban on their track and field teams — a decision in contrast with many other Olympic sports.
Internet records suggest Fancy Bears' data dump has been in the works for at least two weeks; their website was registered on September 1 and their Twitter account was created on September 6.
It is the latest significant leak by Russian-based hackers suspected of links to the Moscow's intelligence services after a group broke into the US Democratic Party's National Committee computer networks and gaining access to data relating to Donald Trump.
Dmitry Peskov, a Russian government spokesman, said it was 'out of the question' that the government was involved in the latest hack.
Representatives of Serena and Venus Williams have been contacted although neither have yet released a statement. Argos AO.
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Please know, I believe in clean sport, have always followed the rules, and will continue to do so as fair play is critical to sport and is very important to me.
Thanks, guys! Travis Tygart, the head of the U. Anti-Doping Agency also tweeted a statement. In fact, in each of the situations, the athlete has done everything right in adhering to the global rules for obtaining permission to use a needed medication.
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However, in the wake of the report, Biles said on Twitter, "Having ADHD, and taking medicine for it, is nothing to be ashamed of, nothing that I'm afraid to let people know.
The records published this week show Biles, 19, of Spring tested positive during the Olympics for methylphenidate, a substance on the banned list.
Adiaha Spinks-Franklin, a developmental-behavioral pediatrician at Texas Children's Hospital, said ADHD is a neurodevelopment disability that can be genetic in nature and also can be the result of premature birth, genetic disorders or fetal exposure to drugs, alcohol or tobacco.
ADHD affects the efficiency of the brain's neurotransmitters, "so a person with ADHD is disorganized and chaotic in the way the brain is wired," she said.
Symptoms include restless or hyperactive behavior and impulse control. Doctors have used medications since the s to control ADHD by enabling neurotransmitters to do their job properly.
About 5 percent of people worldwide and about 7 percent of children and 4 percent of adults in the United States are believed to have ADHD. WADA officials have said athletes who have not been diagnosed with ADHD could gain advantage from using medications for the condition by increasing the mental aspects of their performances, including alertness, aggressiveness and concentration.The World Anti-Doping Agency condemns Russian hackers for leaking confidential medical files of Olympic athletes including Serena Williams and Simone Biles. Simone Biles' ADHD Meds Among Common Drugs Banned From Olympics A hack of the World Anti-Doping Agency has drawn attention to commonly prescribed medications that are . The World Anti-Doping Agency blamed the cyber-espionage group Fancy Bear. Gold medalist Simone Biles of the United States celebrates on the podium at .