Sporting Scene

October 1979
National Review;10/12/1979, Vol. 31 Issue 41, p1280
The article reports on alleged corruption in the Olympic Games. According to reporter Seymour Freiden, several high level KGB operatives have been appointed to the Soviet Olympic Committee to oversee fair play at the 1980 Moscow Games. Meanwhile, East German Olympic swimming star Renate Vogel has defected to the West and revealed that she had been severely drugged since she was 14.


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