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Underhand tactics to gain an unfair advantage...
re the Lance Armstrong debarcle...The difference in performance when doping is (apparently, and roughly) a 5% uplift, which would make the difference between Armstrong being an “average” pro cyclist than at the front of the pack.
I wonder how many people engage in underhand tactics in the workplace to gain an unfair advantage (promotions, pay increase, better benefits etc), yet sit there and critise this man for what he did. For me, the principles are the same...or am I naiive?