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Banned from the Olympics for a bad burrito? Anti-doping efforts shouldn't start from a position of guilt

By Catherine Ordway, Assistant Professor Sport Management and Sport Integrity Lead, University of Canberra
Michele Verroken, Senior Lecturer, Law School, De Montfort University
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Athletes are not the enemy. Cases of extremely low levels of prohibited substances could be referred to a third party for investigation, rather than putting the burden on the athlete.

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