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Table 1 Participating athletes by types of sport

From: Use of dietary supplements in Olympic athletes is decreasing: a follow-up study between 2002 and 2009

   Response    Response
Winter Events N = 126 Rate Summer Events N = 246 Rate
Speed and power Freestyle
Speed skating Alpine events
100%
(23 of 23)
Speed and power Judo
Track and field (sprinters, hurdles jumpers, throwers, decathletes)
83.2%
(89 of 107)
     Wrestling
Weight lifting
 
     Boxing
Taekwondo
 
Endurance Biathlon
Cross-country skiing
Nordic combined
100%
(42 of 42)
Endurance Rowing
Badminton
Swimming
Canoeing
Track and field (800 m+)
84.4%
(38 of 45)
     Tennis  
Motor skills demanding Figure skating
Ski jumping
Snow boarding
100%
(25 of 25)
Motor skills demanding Shooting
Archery
Sailing
Fencing
91.7%
(44 of 48)
     Horse riding
Gymnastics
 
Team sports Ice hockey (women) 94.7%
(36 of 38)
Team sports Volleyball (men)
Volleyball (women U-17)
97.4%
(75 of 77)
  Ice hockey (men U-20)    Volleyball (men U-17)
Handball (women U-17)
 
     Hanball (men U-17)  
     Basketball (women U-17)  
     Basketball (men U-17)