Hoberman argues that the example of Ben Johnson was the logical outcome of a sporting ethos which seeks ever greater speed and strength - the creation of a man-machine - and the financial corruption of the Olympic ethos. Normal human limits are being exceeded but at a great physical and perhaps moral cost as sport becomes increasingly de-humanized.
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