Krush Performance: Anti-Doping & Drugs In Sport (Part 2 of 3)

KP - PHOTO FOR RI SHOWThis week on Krush Performance, it’s episode two of our three-part series on anti-doping and drugs in sport.

Coming off a powerful first episode 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 & raise awareness so no family will ever have to experience this type of awful tragedy.

This week, we talk with Richard Pound, former President of the World Anti-Doping Agency, about sport on the world stage, the Russian Doping Scandal, and we ask, are we doing enough to uphold the integrity of sport.

For parents, coaches, teachers, and athletes, we look at the numbers:

– Who’s using?
– At what age?
– How much?
– And most importantly….why?

The numbers are scary as hell and we all need to be talking about it!

Also, as the shutdown continues so does our quest to stay sharp until sport returns. We discuss how you can make the most of your downtime by practicing and training with purpose.

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