By Joe Musso
Since the inception of organized competition cheating and sports have been inseparable. Competitors are under the immense pressure of being the greatest version of themselves at all times, and in certain instances that weight can become too much. In the recent past we have seen examples of point shaving, performance enhancing drug use, general rule breaking and other types of foul play, but what perpetuates the unbreakable trend of cheating in sports?
Joe Musso sits down with renowned sports psychologist Dr. Michele Kerulis to examine the deeply rooted motivating factors of cheating in young athletes.
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