A British hurdler penetrates the shadowy world of doctors, pharmacists and medical professionals who provide access and expertise to athletes trying to beat the tests and cheat the system.
A former British hurdler, 37-year-old Laim Collins, was given a cover story. He said that in order to get one last shot at Olympic glory, he is willing to dope himself up.
Collins finds himself surrounded by cutting edge doping science and a mountain of banned drugs. The investigation includes evidence that implicates some of the biggest names in American sport, including the NFL Hall of Fame quarterback, Peyton Manning.