Champion freediver William Trubridge has some choice words for those in his sport who are thinking about using performance-enhancing substances — or are actually taking such substances.
Specifically, according to Trubridge:
“Even if you’re ultimately successful — even if you break a world record or win a gold medal — it’s not going to change a thing.”
Winning a championship or setting a new world record won’t dispel your problems or insecurities, Trubridge writes in a recent blog post where he calls doping a “cancer.”
Check out his full blog post here.