SOME 2012 Olympic competitor, somewhere, this very day, is on a drug-fuelled charge to London.
It won't be just one. Several men and women will take banned performance-enhancing substances or plan to do so. Not all will be caught.
Indeed, some may win medals. There may even be podium success for offenders who previously failed dope tests but are now reinstated – former 100 metres champion Justin Gatlin, or defending 400m gold medallist LaShawn Merritt, perhaps. Or world and European medallists such as cyclist David Millar and sprinter Dwain Chambers.
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