Top Doping Scandals via Sports Anti Apps
There are many sports stars that get mixed up in the world of drugs (illegal substances), when tested these were found in their blood stream. More and more athletes are being caught in many different kinds of sports, some athletes say that they did not know it was illegal, was it my cough medicine. Well we would like to show a few apps that can stop top doping scandals via “Sports Anti Apps”.
The first application for both Android and iOS devices is called “Sports Anti Doping App”, this app has been developed for any of the following, are you any of these: A professional sports person, Interested in sport as your primary occupation whether at a professional or amateur level, Up and coming athlete, An athletic trainer or a manager of sports people. If the answer is yes then please read on about this app for mobile devices.
So much money is being pumped into sports to stop drugs, we are talking millions, and money is being invested to athlete education programs, testing programs and yes to stop drugs in sport. This is to stop cheats in the sporting world, the app talks about chorionic gonadotrophin and methoxy polyethylene glycol-epoetin beta as well as methylhexaneamine substances.
The names above are listed as illegal to have in the bloodstream, which could leave athletes banned from the sport. Those are only 3 of the hundreds of illegal substances that WADA (World Anti Doping Agency) lists every year, this app contains all the illegal substances, and these are listed illegal active ingredients that contain those characters from the WADA list.
The applications main features include: No Internet connection needed, updated whenever the WADA list is updated, been localised to 10 languages and offers you another opportunity to protect your career, reputation and income.
The next app is a little simpler but works well, this is for iOS devices (iTunes) and is called “WADA Prohibited List 2011). This app gives you the complete list of prohibited substances and methods, also features whether particular substances are banned in particular sports. This list is updated yearly and as part of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) is always up-to-date.
Please let us know if you have used any of the above apps before, if you have send in your personal reviews. Do you think people should install these apps?