"The governor of California has admitted to past steroid use; however he maintains that he only used the drugs while they were legal. In 1999, Schwarzenegger successfully sued German doctor Willi Heepe, who publicly predicted an early death for the actor-turned-politician. Schwarzenegger was awarded $12,000 USD in damages(bleacherreport.com)".
"Landis won the 2006 Tour de France, however, Landis was stripped of that victory when it was announced that a urine test taken after his epic performance in stage 17 had come back positive with an unusually high ratio of the hormone testosterone to the hormone epitestosterone (T/E ratio). Though Landis' camp claimed there were inconsistencies with the way the urine was tested, the International Cycling Union (UCI) upheld WADA's (World Anti-Doping Agency) ruling, and Landis was banned from professional cycling for two years (bleacherreport.com)".
"When Jose Canseco published his book "Juiced," he named Clemens as one of his many baseball colleagues who had expert steroid knowledge. This lead Canseco to assume that Clemens' improved performance post-Red Sox was thanks to steroid use. While Clemens dismissed this claim, steroid rumors continue to dog the famed pitcher. Clemens' name was mentioned 82 times in the Mitchell Report on steroid use in baseball. It was alleged that he obtained amphetamines, anabolic steroids, and human growth hormone from someone recommended to him by former Yankees trainer Brian McNamee, who was a personal strength coach for Clemens. In the Mitchell Report, McNamee states that he injected Clemens with Winstrol throughout the 1998, 2000, and 2001 baseball seasons (bleacherreport.com)".
"Palmeiro is another baseball player to have been apparently "outed" by Jose Canseco, who claimed that he personally injected Palmeiro with steroids. In March 2005, Palmeiro appeared before a Congressional hearing to defend himself against allegations of steroid use. Under oath, Palmeiro vehemently denied ever having used performance enhancing drugs, saying "I have never used steroids, period. I don't know how to say it any more clearly than that. Never." Despite his denial, Palmeiro was suspended for 10 days in August of that same year after testing positive for stanozolol, a banned substance. Palmeiro continues to deny ever knowingly taking steroids, claiming that his positive test in August came from a B12 injection (bleacherreport.com)".
"One of the most decorated and well-known female track and field athletes, Jones admitted to steroid use in October 2007. Though steroid rumors dogged the athlete for years, Jones routinely denied any involvement with doping, even testifying before two grand juries that she had always been steroid-free. In October 2007, Jones admitted to lying to federal prosecuters investigating the BALCO affair. She was stripped of her five Olympic medals and sentenced to six months in prison and 200 hours of community service(bleacherreport.com)".
"Rodriguez is considered one of the best all-around baseball players of all time. He is the youngest player to break the 500 home run mark, and in 2007 signed the largest contract in baseball history, agreeing to a 10-year, $275 million deal with the Yankees. In February 2009, Rodriguez admitted to steroid use from 2001-2003, citing enormous amounts of pressure on him to perform. In February 2009, Rodriguez addressed the media and answered questions, telling those present that from 2001-2003, for six months of the year, he would inject himself twice monthly. He said that the last time he used steroids was after a preseason injury in 2003(bleacherreport.com)".