Olympics: Is it possible to have a good, clean game anymore?
With the Rio games set to get started later this week, we'll take a look at the latest doping allegations and whether it's possible to clean up the Olympics.
We're a few days away from the opening of the Summer Olympics.
But a cloud of doping allegations is threatening to dampen the sunny Rio festivities.
The World Anti-Doping Agency released a report last month alleging Russia's sport authorities covered up a widespread system of cheating doping tests at the Sochi winter games.
It's the latest in the decades-long effort to keep competition pure -- but can the Olympics ever be truly "clean?"
Donald J Polden with the Institute of Sports Law and Ethics at Santa Clara University joins Take Two to discuss whether or not doping can ever be completely eliminated from the Olympics
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