Whose fault is doping?

» Posted on Jan 18, 2012 in Blog, Chapter V: Ethics + Values

When Ben Johnson was found to be doping at the Seoul 1988 it should the world, but the most significant outcome arose later through the Dubin Inquiry, which revealed that athletes are just one part of the puzzle when trying to ascertain why doping takes place in sport and who is responsible. In the book, we consider the future of doping and, in particular, how technology is changing the Olympics.

Since Ben Johnson was caught, his life took a very different path from those athletes who manage to elude the doping tests. Here he is speaking on Transworld Sport about what happened and how it felt.

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