Sport: Drugs and the Olympics - The Economist

Sport: Drugs and the Olympics

Sport: Drugs and the Olympics - The Economist
Sport: Drugs and the Olympics
Published Aug 07, 2004
1092 words — Published Aug 07, 2004
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They are going to mix, whether you like it or not "WHERE does the power come from, to see the race to its end?" asks Eric Liddell in that cinematic celebration of the Olympian ideal, "Chariots of Fire". The runner's answer? "From within."...

  
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