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    Elite Athletes to get subpoena's

    http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/201...cnn=yes&hpt=T2

    The doctor's client list is elite; it includes Tiger Woods, U.S. Olympic swimmer Dara Torres, Broncos quarterback Chris Simms, former Browns running back Jamal Lewis, Mets shortstop Jose Reyes and Donovan Bailey of Canada, who won the 100 meters at the 1996 Olympics.
    Article states that these were clients of the doctors none have admitted HGH use



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    Re: Elite Athletes to get subpoena's

    When you look at that list, it kind of makes sense for that all of those would have used HGH besides Reyes. The rest of them either had some major medical issue to overcome or continued playing/competiting further into their careers than most.



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    Re: Elite Athletes to get subpoena's

    Quote Originally Posted by Clonefan32 View Post
    When you look at that list, it kind of makes sense for that all of those would have used HGH besides Reyes. The rest of them either had some major medical issue to overcome or continued playing/competiting further into their careers than most.
    Agreed and it wouldn't shock me to see the list get much longer.




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