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    can anyone tell me the detection period in the urine for winstrol .what else should be taken with winstrol and what is its detection period like, thankyou

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    bump, seen lots of threads on this one though.

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    Winny is a poor drug of choice if you are someone who will be tested. Unfortunately winny metabolites get stored in fat and can be released without warning months after your cycle. Here is an article on some olympic athletes who obviously weren't bright enough to figure that out.
    Weightlifting hit by fourth doping case


    Sept. 30, 2000

    SYDNEY, Oct 1 (Reuters) - Armenian weightlifter Ashot Danielyan was stripped of
    his medal for cheating with drugs on Sunday when Olympic leaders announced two
    new positive tests for steroids at the Sydney Games.

    Danielyan, the fourth weightlifter to lose a medal because of doping at the Games,
    forfeited his bronze in the superheavyweight division after testing positive for
    stanozolol .

    This is the same steroid found in the urine of Canadian sprinter Ben Johnson after
    he won the men's 100 metres at the 1988 Seoul Olympics -- the biggest drug
    scandal in Olympic history.

    Norwegian wrestler Fritz Aanes, who came fourth in the 85 kg Greco-Roman
    wrestling, tested positive in competition for the steroid nandrolone , IOC medical
    commission official Patrick Schamasch said. He has been disqualified.

    The number of positive cases in competition tests at the Games stood at seven on
    Sunday, the day of the closing ceremony. But there were still samples to be
    analysed from the last few days of the Sydney Olympics.

    The seven cases compared to two at the last Games in Atlanta in 1996, five in
    Barcelona in 1992, 10 in Seoul in 1988 and 12 at the Los Angeles Games in 1984.

    The Armenian lifter was the fifth competitor to lose a medal for a positive test in
    Sydney after Bulgarian weightlifters Ivan Ivanov, Izabela Dragneva and Sevdalin
    Minchev and 17-year-old Romanian gymnast Andreea Raducan.

    Latvian rower Andris Reinholds also failed a test but, like Aanes, did not win a
    medal.

    Weightlifting, where muscle-building steroids can make a big difference, has been
    hit particularly hard by the drug scandals.

    But International Olympic Committee (IOC) medical commission member Jacques
    Rogge, tipped to become the next president of the IOC next year, said the sport
    should stay in the Games.

    "Weightlifting is doing its maximum. It is the only federation which tested all the
    athletes before the Games," he said.

    "It is one of the fundamental sports because, for a man or a woman to lift the
    biggest possible weight is one of the very fundamental things like running fast or
    jumping high. It's a universal sport."

    He added: "Therefore it should be kept in the Games but they have to address the
    problem of one or two rogue federations."

    Under Olympic rules fourth-placed Russian lifter Andrei Chemerkin will receive the
    bronze medal in the men's superheavyweight division -- over 105 kg -- after it was
    stripped from Danielyan.

    ATHLETICS TESTS

    Two other track and field competitors failed the first set of out-of-competition tests
    carried out by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) during an Olympic
    Games, IOC medical commission chief Alexandre de Merode said.

    Belarus hammer thrower Vadim Devyatovsky was sent home earlier in the Games
    after testing positive for nandrolone at the Olympic village.

    The IOC confirmed on Sunday that Russia's European 400 metres indoor champion
    Svetlana Pospelova had tested positive for stanozolol during an out-of-competition
    test during the Games.

    The Russian, who failed to get past the first round of the women's 400 metre heats,
    has already left Sydney.

    Her result, however, cannot be cancelled because the test took place after the run.
    The IOC said the case had been handed over to the world governing body, the
    International Amateur Athletic Federation (IAAF).

    Rogge, a Belgian surgeon, said he thought stanozolol was the drug of cheats from
    poorer countries because it was easily available almost everywhere.

    It is believed that wealthier athletes who want to take drugs use more expensive
    substances like human growth hormone (HGH) for which the IOC has yet to develop
    a test.

    Competitors using steroids tend to come off them at least four to five weeks before
    competition to get the traces out of their bodies in time to avoid detection.

    But Rogge said stanozolol was stored in fat cells and could leak out into the body
    up to six months later.

    Asked why he thought the competitors were getting caught, he said: "Because they
    are stupid...You can have surges again because stanozolol is stored in fat and fat
    cells release it on an irregular basis.

    "So you are never sure. Sometimes you can have it almost six months after."

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    Rogge, a Belgian surgeon, said he thought stanozolol was the drug of cheats
    from poorer countries because it was easily available almost everywhere.

    It is believed that wealthier athletes who want to take drugs use more
    expensive substances like human growth hormone (HGH) for which the IOC has
    yet to develop a test.

    Competitors using steroids tend to come off them at least four to five weeks
    before competition to get the traces out of their bodies in time to avoid
    detection.

    But Rogge said stanozolol was stored in fat cells and could leak out into
    the body up to six months later.

    Asked why he thought the competitors were getting caught, he said: "Because
    they are stupid...You can have surges again because stanozolol is stored in
    fat and fat cells release it on an irregular basis.

    "So you are never sure. Sometimes you can have it almost six months after."

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    thanks for the information, do you know of any substances that have a short detection period in the urine?
    obviously i'd like to know if there are substances that won't have a surge later on.

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    What are you going to get tested for??

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    i get tested on a random basis for any performance enhancing drugs from steroids to recreational.i need information on any steroids that have a short detection time in the urine. are andriol and clenbuterol siutable.the gains im trying to acheive are pure strength and fat loss.

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