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10-28-2008, 04:37 PM
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Cherepanov dope free

His samples were tested at the Federal Anti-Doping Laboratory in Moscow and came back free of any perfomance enhancing drugs. Only medication found in him was some cough medicine.

http://allhockey.ru/news/38897/

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10-28-2008, 05:21 PM
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That's good news. I didn't want this tragedy to turn into something to give Cherry a bad image. He was a good kid from what I understand, and I'd like people to always think that of him

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10-28-2008, 05:29 PM
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glad to hear it never thought otherwise

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10-28-2008, 06:30 PM
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The thought of performance enhancing drugs never even crossed my mind.

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10-28-2008, 06:32 PM
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i dont even want to think about what it would be like if he was on steroids

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10-28-2008, 06:50 PM
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Cough medicine does sometimes contain Ephedrine in it. I know I've had heart palpitations when I've been sick, taking medicine, and out dancing around... just a thought.

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10-28-2008, 07:00 PM
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I was sitting at a red light today thinking about cherepanov and still couldnt believe that hes gone.

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10-28-2008, 07:04 PM
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I was sitting at a red light today thinking about cherepanov and still couldnt believe that hes gone.
I find myself thinking about him several times a day as well. It's still a shock to me. He'll be dearly missed.

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10-28-2008, 07:27 PM
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Someone brought the drug angle up to me last week. I felt then that it was just a way of covering someone's tracks, and am glad to hear Alexei was clean, though it all still bums me out. Never want to see anyone die at a hockey game again for as long as I live.

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That's good news. I didn't want this tragedy to turn into something to give Cherry a bad image. He was a good kid from what I understand, and I'd like people to always think that of him

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I've been reading some old interviews of Cherry's on beyondtheblueshirts.com. He did seem to be a good kid. He always handled himself very well.

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10-28-2008, 07:47 PM
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I find myself thinking about him several times a day as well. It's still a shock to me. He'll be dearly missed.
For the most part, I've come to terms with it: I don't think about it during the day that much, and when I do, the shock has subsided.


But strangely enough, every night when I'm lying in bed, I just happen to think to myself "holy ****, he's actually gone"

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For the most part, I've come to terms with it: I don't think about it during the day that much, and when I do, the shock has subsided.


But strangely enough, every night when I'm lying in bed, I just happen to think to myself "holy ****, he's actually gone"
I know what you mean. Its still hard to grasp the death of a teenager. Its just so undeserving.

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For the most part, I've come to terms with it: I don't think about it during the day that much, and when I do, the shock has subsided.


But strangely enough, every night when I'm lying in bed, I just happen to think to myself "holy ****, he's actually gone"
I know how you feel, I still can't believe what happened, you never get over these types of things. But that's how it should be.

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Not that I doubt the 'highly ethical ways of Russian government' these days, but I dont think we'll ever know what happend to that poor kid.

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Cough medicine does sometimes contain Ephedrine in it. I know I've had heart palpitations when I've been sick, taking medicine, and out dancing around... just a thought.
Kind of doubt it'd cause the kind of problems he had without a pre-existing condition in the first place

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Not that I doubt the 'highly ethical ways of Russian government' these days, but I dont think we'll ever know what happend to that poor kid.

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eh. The Russian Government probably would have rather there have been a connection with doping so that it shifts some of the blame away from them.

I think we all have a clear picture of what happened at this point.

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10-29-2008, 11:08 AM
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but is the finding ultimately trustworthy...or just a white wash

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10-29-2008, 11:27 AM
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but is the finding ultimately trustworthy...or just a white wash
For what it's worth... (to quote myself)

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Testing was performed by the Russian anti-doping laboratory, which holds “the highest category of accreditation by the World Anti-Doping Agency and International Olympic Committee.”
http://www.beyondtheblueshirts.com/2...nov-was-clean/

Honestly, I don't see what the Russian government has to gain by falsifying drug test results in this case. It would seem it'd be easier for them to tell the public this was an isolated incident stemming from an athlete doing something he shouldn't have than to admit there's a serious and glaring problem with the medical infrastructure in the country. Cherepanov isn't the only one to have died waiting for emergency services, and his death potentially shines a light on the larger issue.

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For what it's worth... (to quote myself)



http://www.beyondtheblueshirts.com/2...nov-was-clean/

Honestly, I don't see what the Russian government has to gain by falsifying drug test results in this case. It would seem it'd be easier for them to tell the public this was an isolated incident stemming from an athlete doing something he shouldn't have than to admit there's a serious and glaring problem with the medical infrastructure in the country. Cherepanov isn't the only one to have died waiting for emergency services, and his death potentially shines a light on the larger issue.
Which was the point I was getting at.

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eh. The Russian Government probably would have rather there have been a connection with doping so that it shifts some of the blame away from them.

I think we all have a clear picture of what happened at this point.
We do!?

I think the best answer the officials would want is that Alex had a pre-existing condition, that way no one can be blamed.

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We do!?

I think the best answer the officials would want is that Alex had a pre-existing condition, that way no one can be blamed.
But that still brings us back to the fact that there was a lack of working medical equipment and no ambulance.

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But that still brings us back to the fact that there was a lack of working medical equipment and no ambulance.
Agreed, that point can't be contested no matter what was found to be wrong with Alex.

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