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Scandals are nothing new to organized sports, but this summer they seem to be popping up everywhere.
Rather than watching cyclists pumping up the inclines of the Tour de France, fans have been treated to images of disqualified and departing contestants accused of taking performance-enhancing drugs.
What should be a glorious culmination to Giants slugger Barry Bonds' pursuit of professional baseball's all-time home run title has instead become a divisive debate over whether alleged steroid use will forever stain his monumental achievement.
Instead of smugly presiding over "I love this game" promotions, a chastened NBA Commissioner David Stern faced a packed news conference to admit that a league referee had wagered on games he officiated.
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