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Sports and Drugs Go Hand in Hand
<Tab/>Ben Johnson, a Canadian, gave a world record time for the 100 meter sprint at 9.79 seconds at the Seoul Olympics. He was given gold, and even sweeter, beat American rival Carl Lewis. In his moment of glory, Johnson was stripped of his gold medal, world record, and banned from competition for two years. Reason? He tested positive for anabolic steroid. Carl Lewis became the world's fastest man. Within 15 years, he was found to have tested positive for the drug test as well. But why should the scandals stop there? From the US track and field cover-ups, to the East Germany…
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