>While I have a lot of respect for her, this is
>pretty asinine. McGwire did not advertise for
>Andro, and that was legal over the counter. It
>took us over a century before we allowed
>professional runners to admit they were
>professional (you, get paid in the light of
The closest thing I have seen to this is
>a t-shirt that was available in bodybuilding
>magazines back in the 70's that read "Dianabol:
>Breakfast of Champions".
Look for a
>continued game of cat and mouse between the Jedi
>Labs (WADA, USADA) and those of the dark side
>(BALCO, etc.) in the forseeable future.
>course, I have been wrong before.
Kevin, you're not wrong. Diana Nyad might have studied the subject, but she doesn't know much about the nature of man (and woman). Fans will always want to be inspired, and athletes will always want to be admired. The grim athletic world she describes will never come to be.