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‘Extremist’ NFL Players Criticized By WADA Over HGH
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April 29, 2013  |  Posted in  Steroids Blog

The World Anti-Doping Agency, while defending its its test for human growth hormone, has accused the NFL Players Association of being “extremist” for questioning its validity.

The players’ union was acting “the way they’ve operated the last few years” in an attempt to block the introduction of human growth hormone testing in the National Football League, the WADA director general, David Howman, said.

“I would expect the players association to take a stance which is extremist,” Howman said. “What we’ve got to do is get to reality and not to a position that is an extremist position.”

The NFLPA recently questioned the HGH test after a ruling ruling by the Court of Arbitration for Sport in the case of the Estonian cross-country skier Andrus Veerpalu wherein a three-year suspension imposed by the International Ski Federation (FIS) on the two-time Olympic champion was lifted by the court for use of HGH, citing “procedural flaws” in the limits established by WADA to determine a positive test.

“What we have to do is actually look at the decision in a very calculated, objective fashion,” Howman said. “What CAS has decided is that the test is OK and what they want is for there to be a bigger population-based study in terms of the impact of it. We’ll take that on board and we’ll go further.”

“For almost two years, the NFL players have fought the NFL and certain members of Congress who have publicly referred to the players’ insistence on scientific validity and fairness as ‘stalling’ and ‘posturing,’” the NFLPA said in a statement. “Today’s decision validates the players’ demand for scientific validity, full due process rights, and a transparent system.”

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