Sun 1 August 2010, The Times

Athletics finally accepts that drugs don’t work

By Simon Barnes
Modern athletics has been a tale of drugs: those who got caught, those who got away with it, individuals who tried it on, coaches who tried it on, nations who turned the whole thing into a system. It’s time we acknowledged that track and field has moved on. As I spent a few days at the European Championships, I found joy in postmodern athletics.
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