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Table 3 Knowledge about the definition of doping

From: Doping knowledge, attitudes, and practices of Ugandan athletes’: a cross-sectional study

Administrationa (n = 359)
 Yes 67 (18.7 %)
 No 292 (81.3 %)
Announcementb (n = 358)
 Yes 13 (3.6 %)
 No 345 (96.4 %)
High altitude trainingc (n = 359)
 Yes 59 (16.4 %)
 No 300 (83.6 %)
Prohibited drugsd (n = 358)
 Yes 139 (38.8 %)
 No 219 (61.2 %)
Nutritional supplementse (n = 358)
 Yes 58 (16.2 %)
 No 300 (83.8 %)
Substance in urine samplef (n = 358)
 Yes 88 (24.6 %)
 No 270 (75.4 %)
Refusing sample collectiong (n = 358)
 Yes 62 (17.3 %)
 No 296 (82.7 %)
Tamperingh (n = 358)
 Yes 46 (12.8 %)
 No 312 (87.2 %)
Traffickingi (n = 358)
 Yes 35 (9.8 %)
 No 323 (90.2 %)
Don’t know (n = 358)
 Yes 35 (9.8 %)
 No 323 (90.2 %)
  1. aAdministration of banned substances by a doctor
  2. bAnnouncement of special financial rewards for moral enhancement
  3. cEnhancing performance with high altitude training
  4. dInadvertent use of prohibited drugs by athletes
  5. ePower enhancement using special nutritional supplements
  6. fPresence of prohibited substance in doping urine sample
  7. gRefusing to undergo doping sample collection
  8. hTampering with doping sample collection
  9. iTrafficking in prohibited substances by coach