Revealing that he had assisted National Rugby League (NRL) players and Australian Football League (AFL) players with their use of performance-enhancing drugs, Charter said that he had limited the players to use the drugs in a safe and non-toxic range so that they did not suffer from long-term damages.
What does AFL stand for?
AFL stands for Australian Football League
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We have 184 other meanings of AFL in our Acronym Attic
- Arena Football League
- Armed Forces of Liberia
- Artists for Literacy (San Francisco, CA)
- Assessment for Learning (education)
- Assisted Family Living (various locations)
- Association Familiale du Limousin (French: Limousin Family Association; Limousin, France)
- Association Française de Limnologie (French: French Limnology Association)
- Association Française du Lupus (French: French Lupus Association)
- Association Française pour la Lecture (French: French Reading Association)
- Atrial Flutter
- Authorized Funding Level
- Autofocus Lock (cameras)
- Autoland Flight Tests
- Automatic Line Feed
- Auxiliary Fuel Line
- Away From Link
- Association Française du Lupus et autres Collagénoses
- American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations
- A Four Letter Acronym
- Access & Fairness Leadership Academy (State Bar of California)
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Byline: AHMER KHOKHAR THE Australian Football League has given its blessing to the staging of a historic October International Tules Test match between Ireland and Australia in Ulster.
The 48-year-old Weller has spent the last decade working with Australian Football League clubs, and has been the High-Performance Manager at the Gold Coast Suns for the past four years.
Formerly an Australian Football League (AFL) club doctor with Melbourne and Collingwood, Dr Brukner looked after various Australian national teams including swimming, athletics and hockey.
3/9/2010 10:26:18 AM The Australian Football League and the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority (ASADA) have announced a new deal in which Aussie Rules football will become the first Australian sport to test for the human growth hormone (HGH).
The 35-year-old, who played more than 200 games for Geelong in the Australian Football League, said "The opportunity just came along and it's been an amazing journey but this is the ultimate.