Over 50,000 people attend the Shenzhen international marathon competition in Shenzhen, China on 7th December, 2014. Photo: Alamy Over 50,000 people attend the Shenzhen international marathon competition in Shenzhen, China on 7th December, 2014. Photo: Alamy
Over 50,000 people attend the Shenzhen international marathon competition in Shenzhen, China on 7th December, 2014. Photo: Alamy
Jonathan White
Opinion

Opinion

Jonathan White

Shenzhen Marathon shows desire to cheat so why not listen to Tyson Fury and accept it instead of getting upset?

  • British boxer has suggested sport opens doors to doping because of ‘Greek gods’ already doing it
  • China catching up fast when it comes to hosting and cheating at distance running events

Over 50,000 people attend the Shenzhen international marathon competition in Shenzhen, China on 7th December, 2014. Photo: Alamy Over 50,000 people attend the Shenzhen international marathon competition in Shenzhen, China on 7th December, 2014. Photo: Alamy
Over 50,000 people attend the Shenzhen international marathon competition in Shenzhen, China on 7th December, 2014. Photo: Alamy
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Jonathan White

Jonathan White

Jonathan White joined the Post in 2017 after a decade reporting on sport from China. He originally moved to Beijing to coach football in 2007 and later spent two years in Shanghai.