Competing Against Doping

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Philosophy

 

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Allison B

 

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September 7, 2015

 

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University

 

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I will argue that the notion of doping in sports is not based on sound moral reasoning and given the choice, not all athletes will chose to dope. The idea of doping in sport has been around since the early 19th century, with the first ever case being recorded at the 1896 Bordeaux-Paris race following the death of Welsh cyclist Arthur Lindon (European Commission, 2003)...
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I will show that continued banning and drug testing for athletes in competitive sports is of greater benefit to the sporting world than permitting drugs. In an interview of small groups of athletes conducted in 1992 by Vicky Rabinowicz, she found that “Olympic athletes, in general, believed that most successful athletes were using banned substances” (Savulescu, Foddy, & Clayton, 2008)...
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