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Anabolic Steroids and Cheating

June Newsletter Issue 1

Steroids and Cheating
I’m sure you all know the story by know about Floyd Landis and his 2006 Tour de France nightmare. I’m not going to bore you with the details of the drug test and alleged positive results. However, I do want to look at that test and what it says about Americans and our views towards sports.

American society has placed a negative tone on the use of steroids by athletes. It’s often referred to as cheating and if an athlete is caught with a positive drug test they are ridiculed in the media for their poor decisions. The view and support of sports by the American public gives a differing view, however. As a whole, we support super feats of athletic ability and we revel in the excitement of super-athletes breaking records. We love to cheer our team to a victory and are sorely disappointed when the come up short.

We also love the images of sleek, well-toned bodies that are not possible for many people without the use of a little help. They are all over magazines and movies. We see images of these healthy-looking individuals and the next thing we see is another warning against the use of steroids. Again, it seems as if it’s okay as long as we don’t acknowledge that it’s there.

Professional athletes are under great pressure to surpass the expectations of their fans and may feel the need to have that extra boost to reach the levels of performance that get ratings, sell tickets and keep them on the team. It doesn’t stop there, however. We tell teenagers to not use steroids because it’s bad for their health, but these comments mean nothing in the shadow of professional athletes obviously using steroids and it getting brushed under the carpet. If they want to be like their idols, they need to give themselves that extra boost as well.

This puts steroids in an interesting role in our society. It seems like steroids are okay as long as we don’t know they are there.

Experts say that an increase in testosterone levels as large as Landis’ during that fated test couldn’t be caused by any other reason other than the use of synthetic steroids. Landis holds to his story that there are plenty of other possible explanations, possibly even several factors working together. He’s not the only one making excuses, however. Athletes caught with positive steroid tests have given many excuses for the positive tests – many including fraud and being framed by opponents or fans of opponents. Are they just making excuses or are they the victim of a cleverly planned scheme by opponents? At this point it probably doesn’t matter because their reputation has been stained beyond repair.

So, does Floyd Landis ever have a shot at being a “winner” again? Probably not in the eyes of many people. Even if he would go on to win a “clean” race there will likely be doubt in the minds of many biking fans.
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