ESPN Exclusive Investigation: The Biogenesis Files – The Tony Bosch Doping Scandal

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ESPN Exclusive Investigation: The Biogenesis Files – The Tony Bosch Doping Scandal

The largest performance-enhancing drugs operation in U.S. sports history was exposed 10 years ago. Biogenesis of America, a Miami wellness clinic fueled by a cocaine-addicted biochemist who introduced himself as “Dr. T,” outed some of the nation’s biggest superstars as PED users; still others have not been publicly tied into the scandal — until now.

“The Biogenesis Files,” written by ESPN investigative reporter Mike Fish, who has reported and written extensively on performance-enhancing drugs in sports, was released today on ESPN.com:

https://www.espn.com/espn/feature/story/_/id/36055058/biogenesis-america-tony-bosch-peds-fallout-10-years-later

Drawing upon more than 1,400 pages of confidential U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration investigative documents obtained exclusively by ESPN, and dozens of interviews, this package of stories provides an unforgettable look at Tony Bosch’s operation, the attorneys and league officials caught using unsavory tactics, and the depths to which athletes will go for an advantage — and to protect their images.

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My main responsibility is PR/Communications for ESPN’s news platforms including the Enterprise/Investigative Unit, the E60 program and SportsCenter. In addition, I’m the PR contact for ESPN’s Formula 1 coverage, golf majors (the Masters and PGA Championship) and TGL golf. I’m based in Daytona Beach, Fla., and have been with ESPN since 2006.
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