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Meldonium, or Mildronate, is prescribed to treat “different heart and vascular diseases,” according to the Latvian manufacturing company’s website, though it also notes that the drug can improve the “physical capacity” of healthy people. It increases blood flow, which improves exercise capacity in athletes.
Off – label use of Meldonuim in healthy people: increasing exercise tolerance, learning, memory and even sexual function.
Wada found “evidence of its use by athletes with the intention of enhancing performance” by virtue of carrying more oxygen to muscle tissue.
The decision to add Meldonium to the banned list was approved on 16 September 2015, and it came into effect on 1 January 2016. Wada had spent the previous year monitoring the drug before adding it to the banned list.
Meldonium gained popularity after Sharapova, a famous tennis player, from Russia said that she has been taking this drug for the last 10 years because of healthy reasons. Also, a number of other world and olympic champions admitted taking it, e.g. world record holder in short track – Semen Elistratov, olympic champion figure skater – Ekaterina Bobrova, racing cyclist from team Katyusha – Eduard Varganov, world champion weightlifter Aleksey Lovchev and world champion runner from Sweden – Abeba Aregawi
News 2018: A Russian athlete who won bronze in the mixed curling at the Winter Olympics 2018 has failed a preliminary drug test. The athelete is suspected of having tested positive for the banned substance meldonium
Country of origin: Latvia