I think it's pointless.grizzlee said:I actually think its pretty good, what you guys think?
To the cheating athlete, they already know that doping is pervasive at the highest levels. I don't think they care if it "destroys sport." To most of them, it's more likely the it "defines sport."DOPING DESTROYS SPORT
Crushing? To the industry? The biggest names in the industry encourage it, and in many ways facilitate it. I'm sure Nike has been "crushed" several times.The discipline, talent and sheer effort that elite athletes put into their work is mind-blowing.
That’s why it’s so crushing to fellow athletes, the sporting industry and the public when a doping scandal is uncovered.
I would agree with that. I'm actually changing my perspective on this a bit. I don't think such videos will do anything against the current crop of dopers, but it does plant a seed for the next generation, and to the general public.grizzlee said:I kind of agree with all of you in that im not sure if it has any real effect at all. Im just wondering if all other countries around the globe were to produce a video like this would it reach alot of kids and maybe just maybe put the message out there a bit more in the public domain.
What im trying to say here is that maybe its a first step on a long road to maybe educate the public that doping ir rife in every sport, (even their beloved football). Oh and by football i meant soccer. (im Irish)