The games of the 30th Olympiad are drawing to a close. It’s safe to say these games have been a parade of legendary performances, from Michael Phelps of the USA to Usain Bolt of Jamaica; we have seen youngsters such as Warren Weir defy all odds and earn medals, while we’ve witnessed spectacular feats of human endurance from women like Shelly Ann Fraser Pryce. After gold in the Women’s 100m, Men’s 100m, a World Record in the Men 4×1, Gold, Silver and Bronze in the Men’s 200m and a Silver in the Women’s 200m – it is entirely appropriate to question whether Jamaican athletes are on drugs. Entirely. Yes, I said it, but you were thinking it. I believe it is dangerous to take an absolute posture and say our athletes are drug free, I maintain it’s possible.