Do Not Drug Test High School Athletes tyler Cauthren

School boards deciding to drug test athletes is a waste of money towards a group that is unlikely to use drugs.

Cross Country runners require great endurance and a healthy lifestyle to do well in their sport.

Athletes must be at top level shape in order to succeed in sports.

Athletes need to constantly stay healthy to keep up with their activities, making it very unlikely for them to do drugs.

Drug tests will cause some athletes to quit their sports; thus, emerging them into a less active lifestyle without sports.

Athletes that quit due to drug tests will no longer need to stay fit and active for their sport, making it easier to fall into a life of drug use.

Drug tests will most likely not effect a student's drug use habits in the future.

Drug tests have no long-term effects on athletes attitude towards drugs, which makes the tests practically pointless.

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