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Ben Johnson: A Hero Disgraced

A look back at a defining moment in Canadian sports: the Ben Johnson drug scandal. Twenty-five years ago, Johnson won gold with a world record in the 100-metres at the Seoul Olympics. The celebration didn't last long.

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