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Inside Dope: How Drugs Are the Biggest Threat to Sports, Why You Should Care, and What Can Be Done About Them

An IOC insider speaks out on creating a drug-free sports culture

With doping charges leveled at athletes in baseball, cycling, and in the Olympics, cheating has, to many onlookers, become the norm in pro sports. With implications far beyond the sports arena, Inside Dope examines the genesis of doping in sports as well as in the world of doctors and trainers; drug testing and the battle to stay ahead of users; drug companies and big business; and the role of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) as watchdog…

Submitted:May 15, 2007
Author:Richard W. Pound
Total comments:3
3 diggs • 3 comments • May 15, 2007

Unfortunate but hilarious name.

I was walking down the hallway and glanced at our library's new book releases when I spotted this author's name and started laughing out loud. Thought you might also get an immature giggle out of it too. (Bonus snort: it's a hardcover)