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Should Steroid Use in Sports Be Allowed?
Steroid Use in Sports Should Be Allowed.
Legalising steroid use in sports will level the playing field.
Legalising the use of PEDs will create transparency and allow regulation of the market.
Legalising the use of steroids will reduce the incidence of cheating in sports.
The purpose of sports is to find the limits of the human body.
Steroids are very similar to any other modern technology or training methods athletes use to get ahead of their competition.
Steroid use will happen regardless of whether or not it is legal.
Steroid use makes sports more exciting.
The ways in which drugs are regulated within sports are unfair for athletes.
Competition could be divided into 'enhanced' and 'normal' categories. Any legal enhancement would be allowed in 'Enhanced' competition.
Legalising steroids would force all athletes to take steroids if they wanted to remain competitive.
Steroid use is unsafe.
Legalising steroids will change the nature and focus of sports.
Legalizing steroids and other performance enhancing drugs would have negative externalities.
This would allow athletes to use drugs which are illegal for the general population.
Steroid use goes against the spirit of competition.
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