BEN JOHNSON The Canadian Ben Johnson  tested positive of doping  during the 1988 Seoul  Olympics, he was stripped of  the...
MARION JANES In the month of June 2006, she was  involved in trouble after testing  positive doping control, but it was a...
These are themedals thatMarion Jonesthat lost inSydneyOlympics in2000.
TIM MONTGOMERY        Tim Montgomery was accused of         doping by the United States Anti-         Doping Agency.     ...
IF I’AM A PROFESSIONAL            ATHLETE… I would use drugs to win all competitions, have a lot of  money and to perform...
REFORM OF ATHLETICS Doping is destroying some sports and is bad for the health    of athletes.    They have to control m...
 By: Ana Mª Denisa Rotaru María Sánchez Cruz David Villarán Báñez
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  1. 1. BEN JOHNSON The Canadian Ben Johnson tested positive of doping during the 1988 Seoul Olympics, he was stripped of the gold medal he had achieved in the 100 m and was forbidden for two years. After returning to the sport, he tested positive again and he finished excluded for life from competitive sports. He use doping for win or to achieve with less effort.
  2. 2. MARION JANES In the month of June 2006, she was involved in trouble after testing positive doping control, but it was a mistake. In October 2007, she pleaded guilty of doping during the Sydney Olympics in 2000, returning the five medals won and being suspended for two years. All these medals were won under the influence of prohibited substances, in this case steroids. She pleaded guilty to consume these substances to enhance their brands.
  3. 3. These are themedals thatMarion Jonesthat lost inSydneyOlympics in2000.
  4. 4. TIM MONTGOMERY  Tim Montgomery was accused of doping by the United States Anti- Doping Agency.  The American Anti-Doping Committee imposed a suspension of four years to Montgomery. In 2005 he was convicted and was stripped of all results and trophies from March the 31 in 2001, including his world record. Now he is in a prison in Alabama.  He consumed these substances to perform at high levels and be able to get new brands.
  5. 5. IF I’AM A PROFESSIONAL ATHLETE… I would use drugs to win all competitions, have a lot of money and to perform at high levels, without anyone knowing about it. I think if I always use drugs I always will win and I will become an famous athlete and be recognized for everyone. I had make sure first no one knew about it. If the other people would use drugs I wouldnt tell anything because I used, too but if they win I would tell it because I always want to win and be the best.
  6. 6. REFORM OF ATHLETICS Doping is destroying some sports and is bad for the health of athletes. They have to control more people from athletics to not consume these substances. They have to disqualify the people who play unfaily. People who use drugs must stop taking drugs and eat healthier foods. People who have already taken drugs may not participate in a championship never. People who have taken drugs can’t have any medals and they won’t be recognized.
  7. 7.  By: Ana Mª Denisa Rotaru María Sánchez Cruz David Villarán Báñez

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