What's at Stake?
Considering the Immaterial Costs of Reversing Current Olympic Doping Control Policy
This chapter examines the emergent notion that World Anti-Doping Agency doping control policies should move towards legalization and regulation of performance-enhancing drug use amongst athletes. The examination looks at Olympic sport and its elements of Olympism (‘Olympic myth’) as an embodiment of sacred values. This consideration leads to the ultimate concerns around if, and how, a policy of permissiveness towards doping might violate Olympism as a sacred social value.
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