Drugs, Sport, and Politics, Volume 10

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Leisure Press, 1991 - Sports & Recreation - 227 pages
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Readers will get an insider's look at the problem of drug use in the pursuit of athletic gold in Drugs, Sport, and Politics. Dr. Robert Voy, former Chief Medical Officer for the United States Olympic Committee, tells what drugs are being used and who's using them, how accessible and dangerous black market drugs are, which officials and organizations may have covered up positive drug tests, and how the problem of drugs in sport can be solved.

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Voy was Chief Medical Officer for the United States Olympic Committee during the 1988 Games at Seoul (he has since resigned) when Canadian sprinter Ben Johnson was stripped of his gold medal for using ... Read full review

Contents

Chapter One Glory Years
3
Chapter Two Beyond Humanity
13
Chapter Three Ups and Downs
35
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