Jack Galloway, Sports Editor of the Telegraph, decides to reveal the prowess of master athlete Walker on the world stage at the Olympic Games in Athens, to combat the increasing plague of the use of perfomance-enhancing substances by world class athletes. Walker's victories in six events, winning an unprecedented six gold medals in track and field, is a demonstration that the use of drugs and the disgrace that accompanies the convicted athlete is a worthless pursuit, which Jack believes will finish forever the culture of the drug-enhanced athletic performance. In setting six new world records in track and field Walker demonstrates to the millions and millions of spectators throughout the world the importance of hard work, discipline and precision in performance. His achievements may never be equalled in the athletics arena. Walker is a superman of track and field who will inspire generations of future athletes.... is almost zero andthere is no DNA damage, and so no DNA repair, which is another agerelated subject ofconsiderable research. ... Ageingresearch and the ethics of ageing frighten Walker, which makes things difficult for us as we begin topersuade him to publish his findings. ... aThat promises immortality, in the next world, a said Jack, aand we do not havea shred of proof that the prophets can deliver.
|Title||:||Walker: Athens 2004|
|Publisher||:||Andrews UK Limited - 2014-06-24|