Sportsmanship


Do we admire integrity or the medal?

Katie Hinderer | 20 August 2012

Cameron van der Burgh, who took the gold medal in the men’s 100-meter breaststroke event, breaking a record in the process? What makes his story even more interesting… he admitted to cheating in order to secure his position at the top of the podium.

 
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