Lift The Ban On Athlete Doping

What do we spectators cheer and admire in competitive sports? Is it purely achievement? How about the motto “faster, higher, stronger,” coined by a French Dominican priest, Henri Didon, and borrowed by the aristocratic French founder of the modern Olympic Games, Pierre de Coubertin, who introduced it to the public during the 1924 games? This three-word motif—citius, altius, forties—begs the question: by what means?