Perhaps the most famous drug cheat in history - the Canadian sprinter destroyed the competition in the 1987 World Championships and the 1988 Olympics. Unfortunately it was revealed that he'd been taking a cocktail of steroids. He was stripped of his Olympic medal which was given to Carl Lewis and the silver was given to Linford Christie. Interestingly both of those athletes would also face accusations of doping later in their career.
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