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Avoiding Positive Drug Test

from Canada.com,
No one wants to be that guy. No one wants to be the hockey player who tests positive at February's Olympic Games in Turin, Italy, because of a banned substance in a cold medication or a nutritional supplement. "You get caught with something you didn't know was a banned substance, then it's an embarrassment to yourself, to the country and your family," Colorado Avalanche defenceman Rob Blake said Thursday at the Olympic team orientation camp. "You don't want to be in that position. Guys understand sometimes there are things you take on a daily basis that you never thought was a banned substance.


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