Rules In Olympics, Wins are not legitimate for Olympic athletes
|The Olympic Games date back to ancient Greece|
When we think about the Olympics, the mind comes from the global spirit, a sport that includes concepts such as sports ethics and Olympic men, helping to overcome the religious, national and cultural prejudices of sport. Are we still talking about the existence of this spirit? Or how long? In our content, we have brought together athletes who have achieved great success at the Olympic Games but have damaged the spirit of the Olympic Games.
Dora Ratjen, German athlete Dora Ratjen, born on November 20, 1918, placed fourth in the women’s high jump in the 1936 Berlin Olympics in Germany, breaking the world record in the 1938 European Championship in Vienna.
In Germany, even stamps were printed on behalf of her success. However, after the European Championship, it was suspected that he was a man during the identity check at a train station. In the examination performed by the authorities, it was determined that the athlete showed dual gender characteristics and that the male sex characteristics were more dominant. Subsequently, the athlete’s record was deemed invalid and his medals were taken away. East German Athletes, 1968 Mexico City Olympics East German athletes were determined to be doping before the competition, the athletes who violated the rules of the medals were taken away.
Ben Johnson, a Jamaican-born Canadian athlete Benjamin Sinclair “I” Johnson won the bronze medal at the 1984 Summer Olympics 100 meters and 4 x 100 meters in the flag races. The World Championships in 1987 and 100 meters in the 1988 Summer Olympics broke the world records, but these records were canceled due to doping. Marion Jones, Marion Jones, who is thought to be one of the most successful athletes of the period, was found to use performance-enhancing erythropoietin on June 23, 2006, in Indianapolis. But after the second test was negative, the athlete was cleared. On October 5, 2007, he confessed that he was lying and stated that he had been doping for two years since 1999 and was banned from sports for two years.On October 8, 2007, he returned two bronze medals and five medals at the 2000 Sydney Olympics, three of them gold. He apologized to all his fans and his country, the USA for his frustration. Jones was also sentenced to 6 months imprisonment for lying to the FBI and for his involvement in a fraudulent drug company.
Boris Onischenko, Ukrainian pentathlete (pentathlon sportsman) is a sportsman who won championships in the 1968, 1972 and 1976 Olympics.
In the games of 1976, he used the trick in the fight in the fencing field and he was cheated for being able to strike the opponent who was hit by the opponent and misleading the refereesHe was then banned from all sports events. Madeline de Jesús, a female runner from Puerto Rico, Madeline de Jesus, injured in long jump competitions at the 1984 Los Angeles Summer Olympics Games. He would also race on behalf of his country in the 4×400 relay but was unable to compete because of his injury. He then asked his twin brother to compete in his place. His brother was also successful and the flag team rose to the next round.
- But Puerto Rico’s head coach noticed the scandal and pulled his team out of the tournament.