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  • Was in the running shoe shop the other week and this mid 50's middle manager with a busy schedule came in to try them on. You know the high achieving kind that forget they have a family and instead go all-in on triathlons.

    Anyway, he was very open-minded about what shoes to get next as long as it was these ones. Could he please try them on to just to verify his online research was correct?

  • Women's 10k record has been broken twice in 2 days by people in the cheat spikes. Both on the same track in dope-free Ethiopia.

  • wow thats amazing i didnt know you could be back to it so quick. I thought they had some wolverine style superhuman healing stuff in the back of the bus somewhere.

  • More creative excuses from US athletes, although it’s not unique and nowhere near as creative as Tyler Hamilton’s vanishing twin:

    https://www.bbc.com/sport/athletics/5748­0597.amp

  • Naughty Burrito..

    Shelby Houlihan: American middle distance runner blames burrito for positive test https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/athletics/57­480597

  • I believed her up to:

    Houlihan, the US record holder in the 1500m and 5,000m, said she had "never even heard" of nandrolone, which can help to increase muscle mass.

  • Her coach didn't know what it was either... Even more intresting is that he has only learnt about anti doping tests. You'd think that he would know a bit more about them.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D2_ywLBx­yhs

  • Also need to understand if @Hamham has a conflict of interest in posting about a doped pork burrito...

  • I refer you to Contador's Steak

  • "I want to be very clear. I have never taken any performance enhancing substances."

    except for the one that was found all up inside me...

  • "eating pork can lead to a false positive for nandrolone"

    Except it wasn't a false positive for nandralone, it was nandralone.

  • They're both fucking cheats. GTFO >>>

  • *No idea how nadronlone is administered.


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  • I can confirm I have taken offence that one of my byproducts is being used as a scapegoat.

  • If your defence is that there are pharmaceuticals in meat, then at this point that is such common knowledge that it's not even a defence unless you have proactively recorded the due diligence you did on the source of your food. Picking up a burrito from a Mexican food truck is basically the same as buying OTC medicine in a foreign country and assuming the formulation is the same as your domestic version.

  • That's the stupidity part.

    But both of them saying they've never heard of nandralone is the clearly lying part which basically confirms to me they're cheats.

  • https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/article­s/PMC2657496/

    If this is the paper they are using for supporting their excuse, they haven't read it properly. It talks about hours before/later, not days.
    *Falling down the PubMed rabbithole, she'd have to have eaten a hell of a lot of pork.

  • This is always the problem with the tainted food defence. To record enough of a level of a banned substance to get caught you’d have to eat a huge amount of tainted meat. Like beyond Bodean levels of meat consumption.

  • It's almost like their cover story for cheating isn't very good...

  • Can you imagine how much tainted beer @hippy would have to drink to record a positive test?

    Although it may explain the headlong plunge into that canal years back…

  • She'd have had to eat a whole pig - she's a middle-distance runner, not an ultra-cyclist.

  • The fact I still have that bike hanging up here proves it was right to go swimming that day...

  • This is a backhanded way of warning me about future doping tests isn't it?

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