Krush Performance: Anti-Doping & Drugs In Sport (Part 1 of 3)

KP - PHOTO FOR RI SHOWThis week on Krush Performance we start our three-part series on Anti Doping & Drugs in Sport. March marked the 15-year anniversary of the congressional hearings on steroids in baseball.

We talk with Don Hooton, Founder and Executive Chairman of the Taylor Hooton Foundation, whose son Taylor committed suicide at 17 years of age after using steroids. Don and his family have made it a mission to educate and raise awareness so no family will ever have to experience this type of awful tragedy.

Also, how are athletes coping during the shutdown? We talk with player agent Manny Schmidt of Link Management International.

Be sure to follow us on social media as we have been posting Krush Strategies for staying sharp during the shutdown.

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