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  • No, drugs have no place in athletics.

    Unless everyone participating in an athletic event is on performance enhancing drugs, no one should be. And since some people are honest and will not be on drugs, then there is no place for them in a career that absolutely needs an equal playing field for competition to be fair. No one should be taking drugs that give them an advantage.

  • No, we should not.

    It would be wrong to allow drugs in sports. Just because someone plays a sport for a living does not give them a right to be held to a different standard than everyone else. It would look bad for teen sport players and younger generations, we want to keep peolpe off drugs.


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