Armstrong’s drug enhancing performance is but the tip of the iceberg. During his cycling wins he had to have been tested numerous times and was cleared for competition. So what about those that were complicit?.And that’s not all. Canadian Ben Johnson won the 1988 Olympic 100 M, failed a drug test, and was rightfully disqualified. The metal was given to Carl Lewis who had earlier failed three drug tests. Dr. Wade Exum from the U.S. Olympic committee later reports that 100 U.S. athletes, including Lewis, failed drug tests and should not have been cleared to compete. So was Lewis faster than Johnson, or did he just have more superior drug doctors and handlers?.Tiger Woods is a very good golfer, but was he as “legally” superior as his incredible record indicates, including winning a U.S. Open on a partially stress-fractured leg? His record since drug testing was implemented on Tour is good, but not dominating. I do smell a rat.