Read the text and complete the chart below with a word from the list that comes after the text. Every word can only be used ONCE. There are FIVE words that you do not need to use. Question 0 has been answered as an example.
The use of performance-enhancing drugs in sport is commonly referred to by the term “doping”, particularly by those organizations that 0) ________________ competitions. The use of performance-enhancing drugs is mostly done to 1) ________________ athletic performance. This is why many sports 2) ________________ the use of performance-enhancing drugs. Another similar use of medical technology is called 3) ________________ doping, either by blood transfusion or use of the hormone erythropoietin (EPO). The use of drugs to enhance performance is considered unethical by 4) ________________ international sports organizations and especially the International Olympic Committee, although ethicists have 5) ________________ that it is little different from the use of new materials in the construction of suits and sporting equipment, which similarly aid performance and can give competitors an 6) ________________ advantage over others. The reasons for the prohibition are mainly the alleged health threat of performance-enhancing drugs, the equality of 7) ________________ for athletes, and the exemplary effect of “clean” (“doping-free”) sports for the public.
Texts going back to antiquity suggest that men have always tried to work harder or at least suffer less when doing sports. When the 8) ________________ of a nation were selected as athletes, they were fed diets and given treatments considered beneficial. For instance, Scandinavian mythology says Berserkers could drink a mixture called “butotens”, perhaps prepared from the Amanita muscaria mushroom, to increase their physical power a dozen times at the risk of 9) ________________. In more recent times, the German missionary and doctor Albert Schweitzer wrote of Gabon in the early 19th century: “The people of the country can, having eaten certain leaves or 10) ________________, toil vigorously all day without feeling hungry, thirsty or tired and all the time showing happiness and gaiety.”
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