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Drug abuse in competitive freediving

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trux

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AIDA is not an IOC member, hence freediving is not listed, but beta-blockers are being tested for at freediving competitions.
 
chrismar

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We specifically test the banned list that includes beta blockers. I can't be bothered hunting the lists on the WADA site, but this is 100% certain.
 
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