Taylor hopes Games will focus on athletes, not drugs
GEORGIOUPOLI, Greece -- Brenda Taylor is nobody's fool. She graduated magna cum laude from Harvard with a degree in cognitive neuroscience and is headed for law school when her track career ends.
So when the 400-meter hurdler was offered a performance-enhancing drug at the 2003 U.S. championships, she says she just said no.
"They offered me modafinil before the USAs last year, and I think I'm the only person that didn't take it," Taylor said.
Modafinil is the banned ...
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