1. Why does it seem wrong to say that our primary concern about doping in competitive sports is that it endangers the safety of athletes who dope? Because the real concern about the use of performance-enhancing drugs is the way it ends up endangering the safety of non-doping athletes. Because everything that competitive athletes do endangers their safety anyway, and we seem okay with this. Because we accept that athletes, especially in certain sports, routinely engage in dangerous activities during training and competition. Because doping has actually been proven to be quite safe for competitive athletes. Correct! Wrong!