The Enhanced Games was announced last year, founded by Australian entrepreneur Aron D'Souza who claims it will be a "better version of the Olympics". Athletes competing won't be drug tested, meaning they're allowed to use performance enhanced drugs such as anabolic steroids.
Swimming and diving will be part of the Enhanced Games, along with track and field athletics, weightlifting, gymnastics, and combat sports.
Australian Olympic swimmer James Magnussen has said he's very open to the idea of competing.
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This week, Magnussen said he would be interested to compete for a A$1.5 million prize if he is able to break the 50m world record on steroids.
Magnussen is a two-time world champion in the 100m freestyle, and said he was prepared to "juice to the gills" in an attempt to break the 50m world record.