Coffee Wake-Up Call: Caffeine Could Make A Comeback To WADA Banned Substances List

The story of Sylvia Gerasch floods back to us as the World Anti-Doping Agency conducts studies that could lead to caffeine returning to the list of banned substances for the first time since 2003. Gerasch’s tale was one from the book of great sporting ironies in a history in which not a single East German swimmer ever tested positive beyond internal checks

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The story of Sylvia Gerasch floods back to us as the World Anti-Doping Agency conducts studies that could lead to caffeine returning to the list of banned substances for the first time since 2003. Gerasch’s tale was one from the book of great sporting ironies in a history in which not a single East German swimmer ever tested positive beyond internal checks

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