As the winner of the tour de France, cyclist Floyd Landis , is now being tested positive for testosterone, as is the Olympic 100 m champion Justin Gatin, the debate is again heating up to see if we are making any progress on the war against the use of performance enhancing drugs in sport. The sports organisation are becoming better at testing, and the penalties for being caught are harsher (I believe Gatin is up for a life long ban) and still the debate rages on. Some people still feel that certain drugs should be allowed. Other people, myself included, worry about genetic manipulation. Interesting piece in the discussion section of the Guardian entitled "Is sports winning its war against drugs".