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  • Yes, it is a problem.

    Testing of Olympic Athletes and it has become too strict. There are safe medications that are neccssary that are causing people to become disqualified from the Olympics. This is a problem. There have also been women disbarred because they have "too much" testosterone in their body, which is absolutely rediculous.

  • Yes, the Olympics should take better control of drug testing athletes.

    Yes, the Olympics should put more funding and efforts toward drug testing athletes to ensure the competition is fair. Athletes who are using drugs to enhance their performance have a competitive edge that discounts the value of the overall competition, which is supposed to consist of athletes with natural abilities.

  • Yes, the Olympics should take better control of drug testing athletes

    Yes, the Olympics should take better control of drug testing athletes. It is not fair to athletes who compete without drugs for the Olympics not to try harder to catch the athletes who have used drugs to enhance their performance. It is their responsibility to drug test and catch these cheating athletes.

  • To Maintain Fairness, Yes

    The IOC should take better control of drug testing athletes in the Olympics. It makes the competition more fair and less biased towards one athletic federation over another. The IOC should develop better relationships with specific federations all over the world to develop standard drug tests to eliminate any cheating in any one particular country. The latest scandal involving Russian athletes comes to mind as to why the IOC should take a stronger interest in drug testing.

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