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The 2015 Russian doping scandal in which more than 1,000 competitors ended up being banned from the Olympics brought the subject into the public eye.Under the association's rules, the 22-year-old had to have 'gender verification to determine sexual status' after having her male genitalia removed three years ago.Gronert is currently ranked 555th in the world but her status has caused anger among players and coaches who claim she has an unfair advantage.'There is no girl who can hit serves like that, not even Venus Williams.Glucose produces more energy for a given amount of oxygen than fat does during exercise, reducing the production of lactic acid.Because lactic acid is linked to muscle soreness, athletes can use the drug it to bypass discomfort after a hard workout, making training more effective.'I can't say whether or not it does anything it shouldn't or that it 's bad in any way.