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Please enjoy the Introduction chapter from Spitting in the Soup: Inside the Dirty Game of Doping in Sports by Mark Johnson.
The Red Kite Prayer podcast spoke with Mark Johnson about sports doping.
Boston University has just profiled BU alum Mark Johnson.
Was Dr. Ferrari right about doping? Is it a black and white issue? The VeloNews Podcast hosts are joined by Mark Johnson.
When President Jimmy Carter created the U.S. Olympic Committee, it sent American sports doping underground.
Mark Johnson spoke to students and faculty at the University of California San Diego about the history, culture, and economics of sports doping.
The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) is in crisis control. Again. Its latest fiasco concerns the Russian-based hacker outfit Fancy Bears, who have done sport a huge service, according to New Daily.
Spitting in the Soup author Mark Johnson speaks with Scott Warr of Trail Runner Nation about doping in endurance sports.
In this episode of the Outside podcast, Mark Johnson speaks with Outside Magazine and argues that performance-enhancing drugs are hardly a new thing.
Cyclingtips.com has republished a chapter from Mark Johnson’s new book Spitting in the Soup: Inside the Dirty Game of Doping in Sports.
Shirley Babashoff is a two-time Olympic gold medalist — but it’s the four gold medals she didn’t win that stick with her the most. Forty years after her last Olympic Games, Babashoff still maintains that she was robbed by a Cold War-era doping regime that powered East German swimmers to victory over the Americans.
There’s a renewed discussion about doping at the Olympic Games, since a moment earlier this week when American swimmer Lilly King chided a Russian competitor who had been banned for drug use.
Cycling website Pezcyclingnews offers this review of Spitting in the Soup by Mark Johnson.
Spitting in the Soup author Mark Johnson is interviewed on PRI’s The World about Lilly King, the teen-aged American breaststroker who shamed a Russian by winning gold.
Sports Coach Radio is a series of weekly in-depth interview with world-class sports coaches, scientists and writers, hosted by Glenn Whitney.
Dr. Mark Shapiro is host of the Explore the Space podcast, which is dedicated to discussion the gap between healthcare providers and those seeking care.
Long-time cyclist and author Mark Johnson came on to Babbittville to chat about his new book Spitting in the Soup: Inside the Dirty Game of Doping in Sports.