World Records and Performance Enhancing Drugs (Women)
Every World Record in Track and Field has been accomplished with the aid of Performance Enhancing Drugs
Letâ€™s take a look at the Womens records:
Florence Griffith Joyner (United States) - 10.49 (0.0 m/s)
16 July 1988, US Olympic Trials, Indianapolis, United States
This race was the quarter-final of the U.S. Olympic trials in 1988. It was wind-aided and drug-aided!
The wind gauge was faulty for the race in which Florence Griffith Joyner set this record.
A 1995 report commissioned by the IAAF estimated the true wind speed was between +5.0 m/s and +7.0 m/s that day in Indianapolis, rather than the 0.0 recorded.
See the video of this race here: http://youtu.be/MkpTsAmv8XQ
You can clearly see her hair blowing in the wind at the start line and after the race.
Florence Griffith Joyner (aka â€˜Flo Joâ€™) was on Performance Enhancing Drugs (PEDs) big time in the 1980â€™s. As a result she started to grow facial had, her voice deepened, her muscles became bigger and she started running super fast.
A workout she did in 1988 involved a time trial of two 600m runs. Where she had to go through the first 400m in 49 seconds. So she was approaching the world record even in workouts. Crazy.
Because she did PEDs to such an extreme extent, she died of the long term side effects in 1998 at the age of 38.
Florence Griffith Joyner (United States) - 21.34 (+1.3 m/s)
29 September 1988, Olympic Games, Seoul, South Korea
See above about â€œFlo-Joâ€
Marita Koch (East Germany) - 47.60
6 October 1985, World Cup, Canberra, Australia
Marita Koch achieved this time with the aid of performance-enhancing drugs.
The drugs she used were and remain illegal, but were not detectable at the time (1985).
In 1991 German anti-drug activists were able to save several doctoral theses and other documents written by scientists, working for the East German drug research program. The documents list the dosage and timetables for the administration of anabolic steroids to many athletes of the East Germany, one of them being Marita Koch.
According to the sources Koch did use anabolic steroids from 1981 to 1984 with dosages ranging from 530 to 1460 mg/year.
A letter to the head of the pharmaceutical company Jenapharm was discovered, in which Marita Koch complained that another athlete received larger doses of steroids than herself, because she had a relative working in the company.
Doping in her country East Germany was common and rampant:
Jarmila KratochvÃlovÃ¡ (Czechoslovakia) - 1:53.28
26 July 1983, Munich, West Germany
This is the longest lasting World Record in Womenâ€™s Track and Field.
Jarmila KratochvÃlovÃ¡ who may have even been a hermaphrodite competing in Womens races.
But if she was a woman, she did PEDs to such an extent that she turned herself into a man.
Look her up on Google images. You see essentially the body of a man, face of a man, underarm hair, no breasts, no hips, muscular arms and legs.
She was the most masculinized female runner in Track and Field history.
She tested positive for PEDs, but the results of the positive tests were destroyed.
Qu Yunxia (China) - 3:50.46
11 September 1993, Chinese National Games, Beijing, PR China
Wang Junxia (China) - 8:06.11
13 September 1993, Chinese National Games, Beijing, PR China
Wang Junxia (China) - 29:31.78
8 September 1993, Chinese National Games, Beijing, PR China
Qu Yunxia and Wang Junxia were known as the â€˜chemical sistersâ€™ of China.
They were coached by a man named â€˜Ma Junrenâ€™
He gave his athletes performance enhancing drugs as part of his training regime.
6 of his athletes were among 27 competitors dropped from China's team for the 2000 Sydney Olympic games after failing blood tests. As a result he was dropped as a coach from the Chinese Olympic team.
Ma Junren, who denied supplying his athletes PEDs, instead claimed that he fed his female athletes turtle blood and a special fungus.
Sure Ma, where can I get some?
PEDs and Womens World Records. A match made in heaven.
The Male version of this list is just as bad.