How to watch “False Positive” 30 for 30 on ESPN

Butch Reynolds won silver in the 400-meter dash at the 1988 Seoul Olympic Games. Two years later, he was the world-record holder in the 400 meters when he was suspended for steroid use following a drug test in Monaco. Afterward, he had a confounding and controversial struggle to clear his name against an unjust system — a struggle that has defined Reynolds’ story ever since.

ESPN Films’ new 30 for 30 “False Positive” chronicles the Akron, Ohio, native’s fight to right a wrong and uncover the truth.

When is “False Positive” airing?

The 30 for 30 premieres Tuesday at 7 p.m. ET.

How can fans watch the program?

“False Positive” will debut on ESPN and the ESPN App. It will be available on ESPN+ immediately after. Fans can get more information in the program’s streaming hub.

What is ESPN Films?

ESPN Films has been an industry leader in documentary filmmaking since its inception in March 2008, producing more than 100 documentaries that have showcased some of the most compelling stories in sports.

Where does the 30 for 30 name come from?

The title stems from the series’ origins as a collection of 30 one-hour documentaries by 30 different filmmakers to celebrate ESPN’s 30th anniversary in 2009.

How can fans access more Olympics content from ESPN?

Check out the ESPN Olympics hub page for breaking news, in-depth profiles, takeaways and more.

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