Two part series. Part 1: U.S. Olympians had failed drug tests: Documents reveal a reluctance to penalize athletes who tested positive before the Games. Part 2: Too Few Surprises: U.S. athletes don't face as many drug tests as those in other countries do. And they usually know it's coming.

Number 20338
Subject Sports
Source Orange County Register (Santa Ana
State CA
Year 2003
Publication Date April 16, 2003; May 11, 2003
Summary The Orange County Register's stories are about special treatment for U.S. athletes during the Olympics. The stories explain how U.S. athletes are rarely given surprise drug tests. Story includes multiple graphics including a Question and Answer graphic, a graphic explaining how drug testing works, common drugs found in test results, and many more.
Pages 46
Keywords U.S. athletes;athletes;Olympics;drug testing;drug tests;sports;competition;drug screening;Olympic Games;athletics
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