Aron D’Souza, an Australian entrepreneur, is planning to launch an Olympic-style competition for athletes who use performance-enhancing drugs.
The event, called the Enhanced Games, is set to take place in December of next year and aims to challenge the current model of the Olympic Games.
D’Souza, who is the president of Enhanced Games, believes that the current system is broken and corrupt. The competition will feature five sports categories: track and field, swimming, weightlifting, gymnastics, and combat sports.
D’Souza argues that athletes should have the freedom to make decisions about their own bodies and that government and sports federations should not interfere. The Enhanced Games has already attracted interest from high-profile Australian athletes.