He was banned for two years the following February for taking tetrahydrogestrinone.
What does THG stand for?
THG stands for Tetrahydrogestrinone
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- The Hubbell Family Historical Society
- The Hydronic Foundation, Inc.
- Tennessee History for Kids (Tennessee Council for the Social Studies)
- Thuiszorg Het Friese Land (Dutch: Friese Land Home Care)
- Till Hell Freezes Over (Eminem song)
- The Hunt for Red October (Tom Clancy novel)
- The Harveyville Fun Times (comicbook)
- Terre Haute Family Y (Young Men's/Women's Christian Association; Indiana)
- Tech Hockey Guide
- Ten Hundred Gigabit (Finisar)
- That Helmet Guy (props; Ronime Studios; Beaverton, OR)
- The Hollywood Gossip
- The Holmes Group (home environment and kitchen small appliances)
- The Horizon Group (Hicksville, NY)
- The Humble Guys (hacker group)
- The Hunger Games
- Theodor-Heuss-Gymnasium (Germany)
- Third Harmonic Generation (laser physics)
- Thoroughbred Horsemens Group
- Tom's Hardware Guide
Samples in periodicals archive:
The athlete, who was banned for two years after testing positive for the steroid tetrahydrogestrinone (THG) in 2003, said that being honest about his mistakes has helped him enter the new season without any stress and without the risk of uncertainty, the Daily Mail reports.
That was not the case in 2008 when his relationship with UKA was at its lowest ebb since returning to the sport for a second time in the wake of his two-year suspension, imposed for testing positive for the steroid tetrahydrogestrinone (THG) five years earlier.
Chambers, 30, served a two-year suspension for using the designer steroid tetrahydrogestrinone (THG).
Chambers, 30, knew that having served a twoyear suspension for using the designer steroid tetrahydrogestrinone (THG), there was no chance in pursuing the mitigating circumstances route through the BOA.
The 30-year-old knows that having served a two-year suspension for using the designer steroid tetrahydrogestrinone (THG), there is no chance in pursuing the mitigating circumstances route through the BOA.
Chambers, who served a two-year ban after testing positive for tetrahydrogestrinone in 2003, will later this week launch his appeal against a bylaw which currently prevents him from ever representing his country at Olympic level.
The 29-year-old sprinter tested positive for the designer steroid tetrahydrogestrinone (THG) in 2003 and served a two-year suspension before returning to the sport two years ago.