Ben Johnson leads anti-doping cause
LONDON -- Disgraced sprinter Ben Johnson is the face of a new anti-doping campaign.
The Canadian was sensationally stripped of his Olympic gold medal and world record in the 100 meters at the 1988 Seoul Games after testing positive for steroids. After a two-year suspension, he received a lifetime ban in 1993 for a second positive doping test.
Now he is promoting an anti-doping campaign, Pure Sport, which has been launched by a sportswear company.
"Winning a gold medal and ...
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