In this Essay, we examine Professor Michael J. Sandel and Judge Richard A. Posner's thoughts on how to draw the line between substances and techniques that are fair game and those that constitute doping; whether there is a difference between sport and spectacle; and the nature of the public’s interest in sport as an institution and in doping as a practice that risks its integrity. Although we do not agree with all of their conclusions, they have made serious contributions to the ongoing discussion of these issues. Their linedrawing work in particular deserves considered attention from WADA and other stakeholders as they continue to work toward a useful and defensible definition of the spirit of sport.
Doriane Lambelet Coleman & James E. Coleman Jr., The Problem of Doping, 58 Duke Law Journal 1743-1794 (2008)
Library of Congress Subject Headings
Doping in sports