Australia: Anglican school condones doping by student athlete
Because when you have religion you don’t need ethics.
Serial steroid abuse by a Cranbrook School student was investigated by the police and the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority after the boy admitted taking performance-enhancing drugs while representing the private school in rowing and rugby.
But Cranbrook failed to inform sports authorities of the year 12 student’s admissions in February 2011, a day after an Independent Schools Rowing Association (ISRA) regatta. A Fairfax Media investigation has also revealed allegations the school’s director of rowing, Sam Carroll, was told about the suspected steroid abuse months before the student’s admissions but failed to act.