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The Economist Asks: Edwin Moses

The Economist Asks: Edwin Moses

Update: 2020-07-304
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How do you become a world-class athlete? Edwin Moses was undefeated in the 400m hurdles for 9 years, 9 months and 9 days and held the world record on four separate occasions. Anne McElvoy asks Moses, the chair of the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency, if state-sponsored doping can be eradicated, how the pandemic is affecting the Olympic Games and what does protest in sport achieve. Also, how should intersex and trans women compete in sports?


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The Economist Asks: Edwin Moses

The Economist Asks: Edwin Moses