Cleaning up sports, but at what price?
The head of the International Olympic Committee says the games are getting cleaner and he says he's confident that cheaters will be caught in Vancouver. But some critics suggest efforts to stop doping are becoming heavy handed and may be infringing on athletes civil liberties.
- Brian Alexander: is a contributing writer for Outside Magazine and MSNBC.com. His article "Good Cop, Bad Cop" appears in the most recent issue of Outside.
- Brian Derwin: Former chair of the U.S. Olympic Committee's anti-doping commission, and a member of the 1980 U.S. Olympic weightlifting team.