I am a professional athlete and the stigma of anabolic steroids has permeated my sport to such an extent that when any athlete suddenly records a big improvement, people chant the 'S' word.
I read this article the other day about how steroids can have longer-lasting effects than people might previously have thought.
In the article you'll read a quote by a 400m hurdler who basically whinges and whines about other people taking steroids, and about how more deserving natural athletes are. This is a common attitude among athletes all around the world.
Let me make my point perfectly clear. Winners don't whinge and whine when others play the game.
Don't get me wrong. Anabolic steroids aren't the right path for many people.
But the right response when competitors take gear isn't to whinge and whine about it, nor is it to moralise and pass judgement. Take the opportunity to train even harder and win anyway.