Has anti-doping science gone too far? How Shayna Jack and Laurence Vincent Lapointe may be caught up in an unfair system

“Pee is gold” was once Canadian canoe sprint athlete Laurence Vincent Lapointe’s personal motto for the urine tests she regularly undergoes to prove she’s not using performance-enhancing drugs.

The slogan, used by the Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport to promote anti-doping rules, personally resonated with the Olympic hopeful.

“If you win the gold medal and on…

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