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Friday, August 15, 2008

Let the games be doped, why not?

With China dominating over other competitors in the Beijing Olympics, the fervent training routines and massive investment of its domestic athletes has finally paid off. It is no longer a game of spirit and sportsmanship, but rather a mockery of sports investment and budgetary overhauls, with more fundings more returns and vice versa. The reigning champions, China and USA, are a showcase of this glorious system. Especially China, with its 1.3 billion potential participants and a wealth of bank roll, it can afford multitudes of 24/7 militaristic training per athlete for over 600 athletes, without putting a dent on its national budget. So are the athletes really amateurs? Or, are they whole bunch of hormone-driven chimpanzees synchronized to the movements of a specific sport after gazillion rehearsals? Sadly this is the reality, so do not be surprised at the outcome of the XXIX Summer Olympiad.

Let the games be doped? I say why not? At least it'll be more balanced this way, don't you think so? ;)

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