ONLINE POLL: High school athletes should be tested for drugs

Thursday, March 27, 2014 | 2:34 PM    

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KINGSTON, Jamaica — As the Inter-Secondary Schools Boys and Girls Championships gathers momentum at the National Stadium in Kingston, 77 per cent of respondents in the OBSERVER ONLINE poll feel that high school athletes should be tested for performance enhancing drugs.

The overwhelming position came after 4,651 responses to the question 'Do you think high school athletes should be tested for performance enhancing drugs?

The 104th staging of ‘Champs’, arguably Jamaica's most anticipated sporting event, began on Tuesday, March 25, and ends Saturday, March 29.





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