Rarely has cheating been such an issue at the Olympics until this year. From badminton to women's soccer to the South African swimmer who admitted cheating, athletes and their coaches are talking openly about gaming the system. And all of it, ironically, is playing out against the constant background music from Chariots of Fire, that iconic nod to gentlemanly, rule-observing sport.
Summer Olympics Marked By 'Gaming The Games'
By editor • Aug 10, 2012
Originally published on August 10, 2012 4:08 pm