Druglink article 1990 – Running man – cheat or scapegoat? by Harry Shapiro

Campaigners against the use of drugs in sport argue in simplistic, crusading terms but there is a case for saying these arguments do not justify the restriction proposed. Behind the emotion generated by the issue may be an attempt to compensate for Britain’s loss of sporting prestige as well ass concern over the tarnishing of sport’s image as a healthy alternative to drug abuse.

Running man – cheat or scapegoat? (PDF)