Moses hits out at doping in athletics
American track legend Edwin Moses says what has happened in athletics, which has been hit hard by corruption and doping scandals, was a travesty of justice.
“I am the chairman of the US anti-doping agency. Going back to the 70s and 80s I was one of the athletes who believed in true sports. I never took medical supplements but believed in diet and exercising. I could always say I represented the clean athletes,” said the two-time Olympic 400m hurdles champion.Moses, who was unbeaten in the low hurdles for 122 consecutive races, including 107 finals, was addressing the media ahead of Sunday’s Standard Chartered Mumbai Marathon for which he’s the Event Ambassador.