The Sport Is Steroids
Athletes have used performance enhancing drugs to set world recortds in dozens of sports. In 2009, one young Amercian weightlifter sought to achieve the same. Pat Mendes' journey would see him win three national titles and compete internationally against the titans of the sport. His career ended due to a pair of faulty anti-doping tests -- one proven in court to be unreliable.
To this day, Pat is the only American to snatch 200kg. He lifted more weight than all but a few American weightlifters ever. But his short time spent on drugs was not enough to defeat the superstars of the state-sponsored dopingsystems and the bribery and corruption of the federations that protected them.
- by: Jim Rutter
- 340 Pages
- 8.5" x 5.5" Paperback
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