Linford Christie, a 100m runner in the 1992 Olympics, was one of the fastest runners the Games had seen. He wrote that he ran scared, as if tunnels were closing in around him to make him run faster. However, a test showed him positive for taking nanodrone, a drug which made him run a lot faster. Although, in the games, he ran a world record without the drug and set a target of 9.96 seconds, showing the crowd that anything was possible if you put your mind to it.