The Canadian Press

2008-10-27 | Obit Dubin

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Charles Dubin, who was best known for heading an inquiry into steroid use by athletes, died on October 27th. The one-time chief justice of Ontario died from pneumonia at age 87. Canadian International Olympic Committee representative Dick Pound said Dubin helped Canada regain its reputation after the Ben Johnson steroid scandal. (The Dubin inquiry was formed after Johnson, a sprinter, lost his gold medal at the 1988 Olympics after testing positive for steroids.)

Date: 2008-10-27
Placeline: TORONTO, Ontario.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 19 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << it was kind of a hands-off policy that everybody look the other way and there were system systems designed in Europe her doping and I think in the west it was 300 prize rather than the stomach and that's the way it was >>