Anthony Galea stories in the SI Vault
Feds likely to subpoena elite athletes in Galea HGH investigationBy David Epstein And Melissa Segura, March 1, 2010Federal law enforcement officials have alerted a number of world-class athletes to expect grand jury subpoenas in the case against Canadian physician Anthony Galea, three sources familiar with the investigation tell SI.com.
A-Rod's ex-trainer denies knowing doctor under federal investigationBy David Epstein And Melissa Segura, April 9, 2010A former trainer for Alex Rodriguez reportedly contacted by federal authorities in connection with an ongoing investigation of Toronto-based physician Anthony Galea denied knowing -- or ever having heard of -- Galea and said that he has not been contacted by federal investigators, much less spoken with them.
Tiger's doctor charged with giving PEDs to NFL playersBy Mike Walker, May 18, 2010Anthony Galea, the Canadian doctor who treated Tiger Woods's injured left knee, was charged with unlawful distribution of drugs, including human growth hormone (HGH), to NFL players. U.S. Attorney William J. Hochul Jr. announced the charges on Tuesday.
Galea case could have a major impact for athletes he treatedBy Michael McCann, May 20, 2010While assorted Congressional hearings and media investigations, along with the Mitchell Report and Barry Bonds case, have recently shed light on star athletes using steroids and other illegal performance-enhancing drugs, more big names are likely to come out. Dr. Anthony Galea, a prominent Canadian physician who has worked with Tiger Woods, Alex Rodriguez, and other star athletes, is the potential source of those names.