Olympian Swimmers Admit to Growth Hormone Use
"I would prefer even to fail with
honor than to win by cheating."
QUESTION: What is the difference between an
athlete who uses growth hormones to improve
his or her performance and gets caught, and
an athlete who uses growth hormones and does
not get caught?
ANSWER: Those who get cheat and get caught are
suspended from competition and forever have
shame associated with their names. Those who
cheat and do not get caught gain glory, fame,
USA Swimming decides which competitors will appear
on the United States Olympic swimming team.
Dana Torres is one of the best known athletes
on the United States Olympic Swim team. Athletes
are in agreement. Dana is ripped. Her body
is finely muscled, as if chisEled from stone.
If MichaelangElo lived in our era, her body would
be immortalized in the finest marble such as the
statue of The Pieta, or David, or Bacchus, or of
the Madonna. Like the San Pietro in Rome, or Moses,
or the dying slave which is on display in the Louvre.
The Dana (post IGF-I use)
How does one get a body like this:
By working out hard and by taking powerful
growth hormones after every workout. Human
growth hormones make muscles grow. You can have
such a body, and I'll tell you how in a moment...
Where did Dana get those six pack abs? Although
Dana is a mom and is now 45 years old, she charmed
Americans during the 2008 Summer Olympics by winning
three silver medals in the pool.
Dana has admitted to taking growth hormones,
and recently admitted that she will not stop.
As a matter of fact, USA swimming has signed a
contract with that human growth hormone provider,
and is making money supplying American swimmers
with those same powerful human growth hormones.
In 1944, just 68 years ago, human growth hormone
(hGH) was first identified by scientists. Thirty
years later (1974) an even more powerful growth
hormone was identified. It was called insulin-like
growth factor (IGF-1). Had IGF-I been identified
first, it would have been named hGH, as it is
much more powerful than hGH.
The building blocks of protein growth hormones are
amino acids. Just as a child's castle is constructed
with different colored Legos, protein growth
hormones are constructed with various arrangements
of amino acids.
The official Lego chart lists 179 different colors,
so there is virtually an infinite combinations and
permutations of different castles which can be
constructed. No human will ever live long enough
to recite that number.
There are 28 different amino acids.
The bovine (cow) growth hormone (bGH) contains
191 amino acids. The human growth hormone (hGH)
also contains 191 amino acids. But...the sequence
of those amino acids on a protein chain differs
by about 35 percent. Like an intricate key used
to open a Medco lock, the bovine growth hormone
cannot exert an affect on humans, because it
cannot attach to human growth hormone receptors.
IGF-I is a Lego of a different color.
The bovine version of IGF-I contains 70 amino acids.
The human growth hormone als contains 70 amino acids.
Here comes something astonishing: Human IGF-I
and bovine IGF-I are identical. When bovine IGF-I
attaches to a human IGF-1 receptor, it becomes
the key to unlock the key leading to the powerful
growth of human muscles.
This is why Dana is so magnificently ripped.
So will the rest of the U.S swim team which
will enjoy great success if they are not caught
using IGF-I before and during the 2012 Olympics.
The USA Swimming team has just signed a contract
with the Milk Processor Education Board. USA Swim
is promoting chocolate milk, and their chief
spokesperson and chocolate milk promoter is
How much money are the getting?
They will not tell me.
Perhaps they will tell you.
The Ececutive Director of USA Swimming is
Chuck Wielgus. His phone number is 719-866-3579.
Atletes are always under close scrutiny to
preserve the image and integrity of their sport.
In that regard, USA Swimming employs an
Athelte Protection Officer. Her name is
Susan Woessner and her telephone number is
I spoke with a few people at USA Swimming. The
one who should be addressing this issue, Stacey,
is in the process of giving birth. I hope that
she decides to breastfeed and has a cow-hormone-free
Please send a copy of this to your local newspaper
and radio station. America has a right to know,
particularly American school children and their
parents. Please give them my contact information:
Got chocolate milk? Got IGF-1 growth hormone.
What other athletes have taken human protein
There's Jose Guillen who played for 8 different
teams over 14 years, and New York Yankees Jason
Giambi (who later developed a pituitary tumor)
and Andy Pettitte as well British rugby player,
Terry Newton. Football player Bill Romanowski
and French cyclists competing in the Tour de
France and Olympic athlete Marion Jones, who
was stripped of her Olympic medals. And even
Sylvester Stallone whose magnificent Dana-Torres-
like body is known to moviegoers as Rocky/Rambo.
P.S. - If you know Dana Torres or USA Swim, please
urge them to bring a lawsuit against me. I welcome
the opportunity to put the true villain (the dairy
industry) on trial.