Moore: That’s a really good question. No. I don’t think it was a fair race. Johnson always said, “I was born to run,” but as we’ve seen with Lance Armstrong, different people respond to drugs in different ways and so this level playing field argument is a complete fallacy. You could see that Johnson made a dramatic improvement once he began using steroids, in ’82 really. His figure, his physique changed and he got a lot faster while Lewis, regardless of what he was doing, his progress was far more natural, if you will. I don’t know what Lewis was doing — he obviously failed a test for stimulants and that’s not the same as steroids clearly, but Lewis seems to have been a more natural sprinter.