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Should they be "legalised", seeing as their use is so prolific [apparently].

No...I'm not talking viagra...as a stiffy might be more of a hinderance when hurdling, or playing snooker. <img src="/images/graemlins/blush.gif" alt="" /> <img src="/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" />

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All drugs should be banned.......and anyone caught taking them banned for life!
That would be the end of American Football!

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Couldn't they have a two-tier system in the Olympics?
Example:
100m sprint, hereafter known as the Ben Johnson Stakes, for all those on drugs.
100m sprint for "clean" athletes. Anyone found guilty of using drugs in this group is immediately banned for life.

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The fact that drugs are banned in sport has led to the fact that people taking part in sport cannot be treated with the same medicines as other people. Surely this means that they are no longer being treated in the best way available.

Drugs which are designed to enhance sporting performance irrespective of the health of the sportperson should in any case remain banned.

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And they've 'Down-Graded' Cannabis ??

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Table-tennis players should be given cannabis. Might slow the feckers down a bit and we'll be able to watch what is actually happening.
I'm sure they're just swishing those bats around, swatting flies, and there's not really a ball there at all.




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