World Anti-Doping Agency

» Posted on Jan 12, 2012 in Blog, Chapter V: Ethics + Values

WADA has been leading the anti-doping cause since 1999, but we argue that its future may be in jeopardy as the range of human enhancements begin to overwhelm sport. The latest case is Oscar Pistorius, who promises to infiltrate the Olympic games before long. However, before him, female athlete , actress and fashion icon Aimee Mullins paved the way for a new generation of transhuman athletes. Her TED talk gives a great insight into who she is and for what she stands. In the book, we explore the complicated future for WADA, as technology takes over sport.

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