By the time the eight athletes contesting the men’s world 100 metres final assemble in Beijing next August, the IAAF will have determined whether Justin Gatlin and Tyson Gay are eligible to be on the start line.
And now, the evidence seems to be pointing to one conclusion: they must be banned for life.
This isn’t about second, or third chances. It's not a question of whether drug cheats are treated too leniently.
No, this is about something far less complex. A question not of morality, but of science.
Because the latest evidence strongly suggests that athletes feel the benefits ofRead More »from The Gatlin, Gay problem: Lifetime bans may be the only answer