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Monday, January 28, 2008

Crime and Punishment

The Athletics in the News blog reports on UK Athletics' president Niels de Vos' wish to get British authorities involved in anti-doping efforts. I can see Graham Chapman barging into a track meet and asking "Right, what's all this then?"
All joking aside, the front line of anti-doping efforts these days is law enforcement. It's been very helpful in France, Italy, Spain and Germany. And we'd never have gotten the goods on Marion Jones, Barry Bonds, and Roger Clemens if not for a couple of Bay-Area FBI agents snooping around.

I'm anxiously awaiting the government's response.

1 comment:

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