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Sports Cheater's Hall of Fame

Everyone loves a winner! Not all winners are created equal, though. The year is 2030, and the Bowling Hall of Fame across the street from the St. Louis Cardinals Baseball Stadium closes down. Participatory sports that require one to leave one’s home have gone out of vogue, replaced by VR gaming where you can play games and eat nachos at the same time. 

St. Louis needs a new attraction and “hits a home run" with the Sports Cheaters’ Hall of Fame. 

This year's inductees:
 - A cyclist who used blood doping to win the Tour-de-France multiple times.
 - Multiple steroid-fueled baseball sluggers (some of those who actually played in the stadium across the street)
 - A lady who jumped in at the end of the Boston Marathon to take the win and set a new record time. 
 - A famous baseball-player-turned-coach who won money by betting on games.
 - And, of course, a guy who faked disability to kick some serious a$$ in the Special Olympics.

Visit the information kiosks dedicated to each of these loathsome individuals. See the trophies and medals they stole from legit athletes. Watch rebroadcasts of them gloating about their accomplishments before they were exposed.

Be sure to visit the gift shop on your way out where you can purchase Corked Bats, Loaded Dice and other tools of the trade.

Hungry? Stop by the food court that offers the Sports Cafe Soy Burger and the Diet Soda. Just like the athletes in the museum, this food is not real.

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