John Hoberman

University of Texas at Austin

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Professor and former Chair of Germanic Studies at the University of Texas at Austin; sports historian and an expert on doping, and author of four books, including Olympic Crisis: Sport, Politics and the Moral Order and Testosterone Dreams: Rejuvenation, Aphrodesia, Doping

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One of America's iconic athletes has given up the fight to disprove  allegations by the US Anti-Doping Agency  that he was a ring-leader in systematic doping on his Tour-winning teams.

Lance Armstrong Walks Away from Doping Fight

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Can We Keep Getting Faster, Better, Stronger?

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A jury deliberated for just a day and a half before acquitting former Yankee pitcher Roger Clemens of lying to Congress when he denied using performance enhancing drugs.

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A jury deliberated for just a day and a half before acquitting former Yankee pitcher Roger Clemens of lying to Congress when he denied using performance enhancing drugs.

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