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Doping in women's handball

Posted: Tue Dec 18, 2018 11:48 pm
by Wbk
Listing the doping cases in women's handball.

Feel free to add your recalls or finds, not listed or new ;)

Re: Doping in women's handball

Posted: Tue Dec 18, 2018 11:48 pm
by Wbk
Three Russian junior players at the Women’s 19 EHF EURO in Slovenia

The federation has been disqualified from the competition and all matches are lost by forfeit. The team’s silver medal from the Women’s 19 EHF EURO 2017 is thus also forfeited. Players suspended for a period of 20 months, which was later reduced to 17 months and more later to 12 months.

http://www.eurohandball.com/article/029961/

http://www.eurohandball.com/article/030447/

http://www.eurohandball.com/article/029961/

http://www.eurohandball.com/article/030021/

http://www.eurohandball.com/article/030882/

Re: Doping in women's handball

Posted: Tue Dec 18, 2018 11:51 pm
by Wbk
Azeri goalkeeper Sabina NURIEVA suspended for 4 years (boldenone) with effect from 23 October 2017.

https://www.azerisport.com/handball/201 ... 48823.html

Re: Doping in women's handball

Posted: Mon Nov 18, 2019 9:18 pm
by Wbk

Re: Doping in women's handball

Posted: Tue Nov 19, 2019 10:17 am
by swarthofole
yeah, it seems they have some problems.
2 or 3 weeks ago ANAD tested the whole team which attended to a training session at that moment.
I am curious about the outcome of this. :D

Re: Doping in women's handball

Posted: Tue Nov 19, 2019 10:43 am
by Silviu
^ At least we could have a right back in Japan after all :lol:. Apparently the only right back selected by Ryde is not (yet?) on ANAD's list.
Leaving the joke aside, whoever manipulated and arranged for these young girls to do what they did should end up in jail and stay there for a long time. This case could ruin their careers and it breaks my heart when I think how good was Laslo lately and what will probably happen to her now.

Re: Doping in women's handball

Posted: Tue Nov 19, 2019 11:14 am
by swarthofole
sorry to tell you Silviu, but the players should have been aware of it. they should know what is a forbidden procedure and they should've questioned the club's decisions. so if they used it, they are all to blame imho.

Re: Doping in women's handball

Posted: Tue Nov 19, 2019 11:54 am
by swarthofole
the doctor says it was "just" a meeting/a week. #-o
this guys are completely ignorant.

https://www.gsp.ro/sporturi/handbal/acu ... 83317.html

Re: Doping in women's handball

Posted: Wed Nov 27, 2019 7:38 am
by Doru Delavale
Wednesday is possible to found penalties for those 3 players who recognized (Bazaliu,Laslo,Hossu) btwn 6 month-4 years .Brasov possible will falldown in 2nd League . Another 13 players from Brasov have to waite for theirs "destiny"....

https://www.gsp.ro/sporturi/handbal/caz ... 83911.html

Re: Doping in women's handball

Posted: Wed Nov 27, 2019 4:58 pm
by Doru Delavale
EHF announcement regarding Brasov's case :

https://zin.ro/27/11/2019/romania-nasil ... na-brasov/

Re: Doping in women's handball

Posted: Wed Nov 27, 2019 7:23 pm
by Doru Delavale
News , new statements ,new names and some lawyers point of view on Brasov's case...Trail on 4th december....but I am now skeptic about this date...
https://www.gsp.ro/sporturi/handbal/dop ... 83995.html

Re: Doping in women's handball

Posted: Mon Dec 02, 2019 3:45 pm
by Kangaroo
LOOK, if Corona Brașov would have wanted to do doping, they would have hidden it. Easily.

Not just Laslo but other player(s) took pictures at the clinic exactly with manipulating the blood!

We will see, some still say it's not real "blood manipulation" like the WADA article says. It's a laser, I even have my doubts it goes through blood so much. Maybe it's laser theraphy and not blood manipulation, we will see.

I am afraid the club can be relegated, the players will receive at least 1-year suspensions. If they only get 6 months, it will be miracle.

The club is responsible for studying (and respecting) the regulations, ALL OF THEM not just the stupid doctor. This doctor was refused in the Romanian football league Liga I. He was considered a doctor with a CV without much experience. He is from Oltenia, living in Brașov.

Thanks a lot doctor and Corona for all! First responsible member is the MD, then the board also. The players also. It's a mess, they are retarded. Even at the private clinic, well known in the town because it's like a SPA, those idiots kept telling it's not doping.

What you forgot to tell is that this case was opened by the ANAD Romanian Antidoping Agency. So in Romania they are doing their job, not like in Russia and Spain. Russia will be banned from the Olympics, Spain destroyed evidences of everything (national doping). No hard feelings, Fuentes told that and in the case of Russia it's on Google right now.

Re: Doping in women's handball

Posted: Wed Dec 04, 2019 5:46 pm
by Silviu
In a statement released today, Romanian Handball Federation has announced that it has temporary suspended all players of Corona Brașov from all competitions it organizes until ANAD, the Romanian anti-doping agency, will issue a final verdict on this matter.


As a personal consideration I expect the withdrawal of Corona from the group phase of EHF Cup. Their spot will be probably taken by CS Gloria 2018 Bistrița.
Unfortunately some of the most talented young players of Romania are involved in this sad case. :(

Re: Doping in women's handball

Posted: Wed Dec 04, 2019 10:13 pm
by cristianii13
"Spain destroyed evidences of everything (national doping)." ????

Re: Doping in women's handball

Posted: Wed Dec 04, 2019 10:47 pm
by TeKista
cristianii13 wrote:"Spain destroyed evidences of everything (national doping)." ????


I assume they'rre referring to Operación Puerto: https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operaci%C ... s_deportes

Briefly: Many cyclists were suspended with this police operation, but it is said that were other athletes in the client list, such as footballers, tennis players, athletes, etc. However, the judge did't allow the investigators to get the data of the confiscated computers.

Re: Doping in women's handball

Posted: Thu Dec 05, 2019 12:54 pm
by swarthofole
Andreea Chiricuta and Alicia Gogarla (both from Corona Brasov) :arrow: cleared

https://www.prosport.ro/alte-sporturi/h ... s-18951330

Re: Doping in women's handball

Posted: Thu Dec 05, 2019 2:56 pm
by wossen
Gogirla has luck, that she got an ACL :roll:

Re: Doping in women's handball

Posted: Fri Dec 06, 2019 4:00 pm
by Kangaroo
Corona Brasov was just disqualified (possible appeal though). All points lost.

Even the club president Liviu Dragomir performed the therapy at a famous private clinic in Brasov!!! Can you believe that? This means they had no idea it is forbidden as doping this laser therapy. They posted photos on Instagram, this is how the Romanian ANAD found out and reported to WADA.

https://www.prosport.ro/alte-sporturi/h ... LHyRDWoYS0

Re: Doping in women's handball

Posted: Wed Feb 19, 2020 7:18 pm
by Doru Delavale
A new article start to spread some confusions about only "3 players" :? who recognized "dopping"and cooperated from begining and who consequently will benefit a shorter punishments (6 month ) the rest will take 2-4 years...article said about Buceschi among the so called "3 players" but I remembered it were Laslo,Bazaliu,Hossu and then appeared Bucur... #-o :scratch:
https://www.mytex.ro/stiri/185-sport/ha ... eftin.html

....but I'm not sure if the first were involved were the same who cooperated... :roll:
May be this posting was more sueted on rumours.....

Re: Doping in women's handball

Posted: Wed Feb 19, 2020 7:30 pm
by kokkola
It's not true, Doru! Fake news. All cooperated. They will be back in the summer, but unfortunately not together and they destroyed the Corona project. Brasov will probably register HC Kronstadt, will get back Rulmentul/Corona record (trophies) in some years. So Brasov will be back in 2021 in the Liga Nationala, just that the problem is even if they play in 2022/2023 in Europe again, they will have a different squad. Bloody pathetic, really!

This article is clearly against somebody from Brasov, since it's Brasov press.

Somebody must pay for this, especially because it was not doping but a forbidden procedure. You can't manipulate blood in any way, even though laser therapy isn't really serious. It's only good for recovery, not to improve performance like EPO, steroids, ozone therapy and stuff. We embarrassed ourselves big, because the young Russians used steroids, EPO and stuff, not recovery methods. Now something funny, even one of the club staff members or shareholders (I forgot exactly), used laser therapy because he felt tired. Hahaha! Amateurs.

Re: Doping in women's handball

Posted: Wed Feb 19, 2020 7:41 pm
by Doru Delavale
kokkola wrote:It's not true, Doru! Fake news. All cooperated. They will be back in the summer, but unfortunately not together and they destroyed the Corona project. Brasov will probably register HC Kronstadt, will get back Rulmentul/Corona record (trophies) in some years. So Brasov will be back in 2021 in the Liga Nationala, just that the problem is even if they play in 2022/2023 in Europe again, they will have a different squad. Bloody pathetic, really!

This article is clearly against somebody from Brasov, since it's Brasov press.

Somebody must pay for this, especially because it was not doping but a forbidden procedure. You can't manipulate blood in any way, even though laser therapy isn't really serious. It's only good for recovery, not to improve performance like EPO, steroids, ozone therapy and stuff. We embarrassed ourselves big, because the young Russians used steroids, EPO and stuff, not recovery methods. Now something funny, even one of the club staff members or shareholders (I forgot exactly), used laser therapy because he felt tired. Hahaha! Amateurs.

May be Cristi Balaj want "to be more catholique then Pope himself " :idea: ....may be, he want to step higher ...gaining 'points' :|

Re: Doping in women's handball

Posted: Wed Feb 19, 2020 8:16 pm
by kokkola
Doru Delavale wrote:
May be Cristi Balaj want "to be more catholique then Pope himself " :idea: ....may be, he want to step higher ...gaining 'points' :|


At least in Romania ANAD works good with WADA. I can't blame him if they get only 6 months. It must be given as example, it's better it happens now than with some bad stuff like EPO, steroids and ozone, or blood transfusions like in the case of Zidane and probably Real Madrid (in the past). I am also pissed off, but that's it.

Re: Doping in women's handball

Posted: Thu Feb 20, 2020 5:16 pm
by Silviu
@Doru Delavale: I don't know anything about doping but I wonder how much time this ANAD agency needs to conclude its procedures and reach a verdict. News about this broke out on November 19th but it's easy to assume that the investigation actually started at an earlier date. The entire procedure is opaque, we only read rumors in mass-media and ANAD's website is an absolute joke. Please try to find any follow-up on this case here, and we are talking about something that caused a media frenzy, not about an unknown sportsman playing in the 3rd league.
Additionally, it's not like they are waiting for some complicated and expensive test results from a high-profile laboratory abroad. Whether the players admitted their guilt or not is irrelevant, they undergone a laser procedure and I'm sure that the clinic has clear and thorough records about who did what and when. Neither the doctors nor the coach or management of Corona ever denied the facts, at least in public. It would take one day* to a normal person to establish if the players are guilty or not of having undergone that illegal procedure and maybe another week to reach a verdict based on WADA's regulations. And yet we are on February 20th and there is no end in sight.

*Of course, one day + one week is perhaps an exaggeration, but you got the idea.

Re: Doping in women's handball

Posted: Thu Feb 20, 2020 5:26 pm
by Doru Delavale
You are absolutely right...sad is, we 'eat' everything !

Re: Doping in women's handball

Posted: Thu Feb 20, 2020 6:30 pm
by kokkola
Siviu, the procedures are very long in a doping case, believe me.