David chats with bio-ethicist Tom Murray about the saga of Lance Armstrong and bigger issue of doping in sports. In the case of Lance Armstrong, Tom begins his argument focusing on the nature of doping in cycling. As a cyclist, Murray suggests that an athlete must use performance enhancing drugs to maintain the same level of performance as the larger majority of cyclists who are also doping. While the conversation begins with cycling, it moves to looking at strength-based sports like weightlifting and of course perhaps the most-affected sport of baseball.
Original Air Date: 2-05-2013