Having the Same Name as a Celebrity Can Suck
I've been subjected to terrible jokes my whole life because I'm named Ben Johnson, like the Olympic sprinter who had his gold medal stripped at the 1988 Summer Games in Seoul.
The Catch-22 of Anti-Doping Testing For High School Athletes
Very few school districts have an anti-doping testing program. As a result, high school athletes and coaches who compete at national tournaments and meets where testing occurs are sometimes unfamiliar with the process.
The Cult: Anderson Silva
For a record 16 successive fights, Anderson Silva was undefeated in the Octagon. The Brazilian became the most feared man in the UFC, dispatching his opponents with an air of nonchalance. But, like all good things, Silva's streak could not last.
Hall of Fame Voters Shift on Steroids, But That Won't Help Sammy Sosa
Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens seem well-positioned to receive Hall of Fame voters' pardon over the next few years. Sammy Sosa has made no such progress.
Manny Ramirez, Steroids, and Having It Both Ways in the Hall of Fame
The question of how to handle known steroid users in Hall of Fame voting is a thorny one, but many voters have settled on a chronological distinction. It doesn't hold up.