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Should people who have taken Performance-Enhancing Drugs be Allowed in Olympics?

Asked by: coderedalert5
  • It helps people live

    Maria Sharapova has been provisionally banned from tennis after she revealed on Monday she tested positive at the Australian Open for a recently banned drug that she has been taking for 10 years for health reasons.

    The drug is called meldonium, though Sharapova said she had been using it under the name of mildronate and was unaware of both the different name and the fact it is on the World Anti-Doping Agency’s banned list until she received a letter notifying her of the positive test 10 days ago.

  • Catz 4 DAyz

    Um idk cba catz barney Its Plain Cheating The Olympics are supposed to welcome all athletes from around the world. Many of the athletes come to have fun, try to win medals, and support their country. A lot of athletes work really hard to earn a way in but some just chea

  • Its Plain Cheating

    The Olympics are supposed to welcome all athletes from around the world. Many of the athletes come to have fun, try to win medals, and support their country. A lot of athletes work really hard to earn a way in but some just cheat by taking drugs. Also drugs are illegal.


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