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Amateurism Alive and Well At the Olympic Games

Avery Brundage would be proud knowing that amateurism remains alive and well in the Olympic Games. Oh sure, athletes are paid to compete. Brundage lost that fight. But the moral code of amateurism still allows the IOC to police athletes’ … Continue reading

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Currently the co-director of the International Network of Humanistic Doping Research and an assistant professor of kinesiology at the California State University Fullerton. My research focuses primarily on the ethics of doping and performance enhancement in sport and has been … Continue reading

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