Doctor’s conspiracy in Extremadura Marcos Maynar, the latest doping-related scandal in Spain, splashes football in that autonomous community and as published by the ABC newspaper and compiled by Hoy de Cáceres, Several players from the current squads of Cacereño and Diocesano, both competing in the Second RFEFThey would be treated privately with the doctor in question at the facilities of the University of Extremadura. Coincidentally, both Cacereño and bishopricboth from the capital of Cáceres, Overcoming the previous draw in the King’s Cup, the first after they beat Córdoba (3-0), and the second one gives one of the biggest surprises of this first step of the tournament since. they eliminated The real Zaragoza after beating him 1-0.
According to this information from ABC, It has been claimed that the players will be treated with drugs that are not legally allowed in Spain but do not constitute a doping crime because they are not listed in the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) World Code lists. Products such as theophylline (used to treat difficulty breathing, wheezing, shortness of breath, and chest tightness), dichloroacetic acid (used to treat warts, scars, and thick skin) and actovegin, a substance similar to EPO from calf plasma. Lance Armstrong became fashionable when his career and record-breaking montage on ‘doping’ was revealed.
In this conspiracy, it turned out that in the last hours the Civil Guards were investigating the incident. former cyclist and sporting director Vicente Belda and his son, as well as still active Colombian professional cyclist Miguel Ángel ‘Supermán’ López.
At that time, the newspaper Hoy de Cáceres reported. Accused of illegal drug trafficking in Spain, Dr. Maynar was arrested last May. After his arrest, Maynar spent a night at the Cáceres Civil Guard and testified in Court No. 4 the next day.
Quoted in “Operation Ilex”
‘Operation Ilex’, conducted by the National Police Headquarters Operations Unit (UCO), Detected all components of the criminal organization allegedly operating in the state of Cáceres preparing doping-related training plans that are compensated by a payment of up to 3,000 euros per athlete and season. Europa Press reported that a minor was identified among the final consumers.
In a statement from the Civil Guard, The network was dedicated to the illegal distribution of drugs inside and outside Spain, as well as to the production of “buyers as top athletes” of these substances banned in sports..
Research sources state that: the alleged leader of the group was Marcos Maynar As mentioned before, he was arrested in another operation in May. His assistant at the University of Extremadura laboratory was also arrested. for alleged drug trafficking and doping in sports, membership of a criminal group, and money laundering.
Six more people are under investigation. Among them is the historic Spanish cyclist and Vicente Belda, who has been a team manager in this sport for decades, and his company has been hit by ‘Operation Puerto’ due to doping. His son Vicente Belda García, currently a masseur in the Kazakh Astana team, is also among those investigated in the proceedings administered by the Cáceres 4th Investigation Court.
Maynar offered the athletes caught by his net: provision for educational preparation, nutritional supplement and consumption of drugs and prohibited substances in sports. These athletes They paid an annual fee of about 3,000 euros.It was subjected to a previous study, with analytical and stress tests conducted at the facilities of the Faculty of Sport Sciences in Extremadura, where Maynar worked as a teacher.
Around 3,000 Euros per season and the athlete treated
Researchers found that The network caught athletes who contacted Maynar, Doctor of Exercise Physiology.will be subjected to a previous study through analytical and stress tests. These tests were carried out at the facilities of the Extremadura Faculty of Sport Sciences, as well as in the manufacture, acceptance and storage of certain drugs.
Drugs and prohibited substances reached the athletes through “safe channels” and tried to hide the doctor-athlete relationship through third parties. and in some cases given directly to top athletes.
Communication between the doctor and the athlete was carried out through secure messaging applications. and, in some cases, those surveyed were using apps that made messages harder to read as an extra security measure.
As well as Enrollments at the Faculty of Sport Sciences in Plasencia (Cáceres) and Extremadura Interventions have been made on various drugs that are not permitted in Spain. actovegin, Dichloroacetic Acid (DCA) and Theophyllineas well as substances prohibited in sports such as menotropin hormone, in addition to others provided to athletes, for example, caffeine offered in injectable or suppository form, and a plurality of empty capsules prepared to be filled with any of these drugs for subsequent distribution.
operation still openInformation contained in seized computers, hard disks and other memory aids, and various electronic devices such as mobile phones is currently under investigation, not to exclude new arrests or investigations.
This operation was carried out by the Public Health and Doping Department of the Central Operating Unit (UCO), the State Agency Spanish Anti-Doping Commission in Sport (CELAD), the Spanish Agency for Medicines and Products Health (AEMPS), the International Testing Agency (ITA) and the Catholic University of Murcia (UCAM). .
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