Doping in modern sport is a severe violation of equality among athletes. The creation of competitive advantages can be attributed at first sight to the post-modern necessity for instantaneous solutions, as described by Maria Rita Kehl. This need feeds the chase for miraculous results rather than an arduous path of self-enhancement.
According to Marco Aurélio Klein, at the time Secretary of the Brazilian Authority in Doping Control (ABCD, in Portuguese), “doping is a matter of ethics, it is a sports fraud”. As such, doping control is mainly about sports equalization as a path to fair play.
Moreover, systematic substance abuse aiming for...
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