Is there such a thing as a sporting chance?


Can a sport ever be fair when some people are genetically predisposed to be better at it than others? How come it is OK to have corrective surgery to improve sporting performance, but not acceptable to take drugs to do better? Malcolm Gladwell discusses what we mean by a ‘sporting chance’ in The New Yorker here

Malcolm Gladwell’s website

‘Blink’ by Malcolm Gladwell

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