“Boosting is one of those things that has been around for as long as I’ve been around for, which is a long time,” said Paralympian Australian swimmer Karni Liddell, reported ABC. It’s a very unique Paralympic way to cheat in sport and quite hard to detect as you can probably imagine.” According to the BBC, at the 2008 Beijing Olympics, an estimated 17 per cent had used the banned technique to enhance their performance, despite the method being strictly banned by the International Paralympic Committee (IPC).“There have been times where I would specifically give my leg or my toe a couple of really good electric shocks,” Canadian quadriplegic, climber Brad Zdanivsky confessed to the BBC.The athletes competing have a wide range of physical disabilities including amputation, blindness, cerebral palsy and mobility disabilities.
The world of professional sports is regularly rocked by steroid scandals such as last week’s revelation that cycling superstar Lance Armstrong was to be stripped of his seven Tour de France titles because of doping charges, and now Radar can report that cheating even occurs at the Paralympics.
The illegal and dangerous practice of “boosting” is more prevalent at the Paralympics than spectators realize, with most people following the games not even aware of its existence!
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The term refers to when physically-disabled athletes — especially those with spinal cord injuries — deliberately hurt themselves to boost their performance because the self-inflicted pain increases their blood pressure and heart rate.
“As a physician I totally understand why these Olympians are doing this and as a scientist I’m obviously horrified,” he said.