U.S. Gets Tough on Doping in Athletics

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In recent years, the United States has come under criticism for a lax approach towards doping by Olympic athletes. But that's changed dramatically, as the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency has aggressively investigations against some of America's top track and field athletes. NPR's Tom Goldman reports.



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