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Annotated Bibliography
Advantages and Disadvantages of Blood Doping in Cycling through Lance Armstrong
 Cole BeattyProfessor Malcolm CampbellEnglish 1103October 18, 2012
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Annotated Bibliography
Chester, N., and N. Wojek. "Caffeine Consumption Amongst British Athletes FollowingChanges To The 2004 WADA Prohibited List."
 International Journal Of Sports Medicine
29.6 (2008): 524-528.
SPORTDiscus with Full Text 
. Web. 16 Oct. 2012.
This peer review article, “Caffeine
Consumption Amongst British Athletes FollowingChanges To The 2004 WADA Pr
ohibited List” was found in the
 International Journal of Sports Medicine
. It states the caffeine is used by many athletes in their diet but has beensubject to misuse due to its apparent ergogenic properties and following its removal fromthe World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) Prohibited List. The excessive consumption of caffeine to enhance performance was see as un-sports-man like. The purpose of theirresearch was to examine the types of caffeine products used by cyclist and runners, theirreasons for caffeine consumption, the impact that changes to the Prohibited List has hadon the amount of caffeine consumed by athletes; and the type of information/advice thatathletes have received regarding caffeine use in sport. This source is credible because itappeared in a scholarly journal while it does not seem biased in that it is just trying todetermine reasons for the use of caffeine by athletes. I believe his intended audiencewould be those interested in research methods and sports medicine as well as audiencesinterested in the anti-doping laws of sports. This source is different from the others in mybibliography in that instead of researching blood doping, it is researching a similarproblem with caffeine. I found this source helpful in my research because I can compareblood doping to something more relatable to my audience, since a majority of people eator drink caffeine on a daily basis. It helps shape my argument in that blood doping doesenhance performance, similarly to caffeine. I can use them to compare and contrast as it
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relates to cycling and other endurance sports. I do think I can use their source in mypaper.Fordyce, Tom. "Lance Armstrong Affair: Insiders and Experts on Drugs in Cycling."
 BBC News
.BBC, n.d. Web. 17 Oct. 2012. <http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/cycling/19957246>.The article,
 Lance Armstrong affair: Insiders and Experts on Drugs in Cycling
, wasfound on a reliable website, 
,guided to me by a librarian at AdkinsLibrary. In this source there are many quotations and statements given by formerteammates of Lance Armstrong and experts on blood doping. From this source the reader
can understand from an insider’s point of view on drug use in cycling. Those interviewed
have an argument supporting the banning of doping in sports. I found this websitethrough the library which makes this a credible website and the information was given byexperts on the subject. I believe this is a helpful source because it is an opposing viewthan a previous source that was supporting the legalization of blood doping and I can getthe point of view from an insider. The intended audience would be those interested in
knowing facts about blood doping and personal opinions from Lance Armstrong’s former 
teammates and exports on sport related drugs. I think I can use this source in my researchpaper because it will help support the illegalization of blood doping. This source washelpful because it has quotations from many different people.Macur, Juliet. "Antidoping Agency Details Doping Case Against Lance Armstrong."
The NewYork Times
. The New York Times, 11 Oct. 2012. Web. 17 Oct. 2012.<http://www.nytimes.com/2012/10/11/sports/cycling/agency-details-doping-case-against-lance-armstrong.html?pagewanted=all>.

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