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    There are instagram posts up with him training...

    There are instagram posts up with him training over the past few days. . . nothing heavy though. The "he ran because he thought they may be on to team Colombia" thought might be true, but there are...
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    . . . the least-reliable place: strength_tmz...

    . . . the least-reliable place: strength_tmz instagram (hey don't hate me too much for that). The post, however, didn't reek of bias one way or the other, and the way things were described -- well,...
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    Where are the lawyers (legal experts) when we...

    Where are the lawyers (legal experts) when we need them? I do suppose that it is the middle of the work day for most U.S.-based folks.

    The way I -- NOT A LAWYER -- read things was (a) earlier...
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    You may have misunderstood me, or perhaps I'm...

    You may have misunderstood me, or perhaps I'm misunderstanding you. I had written, "communications technology now enables folks in these populations to get interested in WL and facilitates their...
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    PEDs are game changers: they can make ordinary...

    PEDs are game changers: they can make ordinary athletes into athletes who perform feats that would otherwise be deemed to lie at the outer edge of human possibility. However, genetics also allow for...
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    Great reference, I watched Epstein's piece about...

    Great reference, I watched Epstein's piece about a year ago and it does have relevance to the question here: "if weightlifting cleans up -- even if only a little -- are we really going to ever hit...
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    I have not read in detail -- i.e. the original...

    I have not read in detail -- i.e. the original document -- the exact which that the IMG was supposed to complete per each country under suspension. However, looking at the bullet points in the...
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    True. That use of the 2-yr. old quote by the...

    True. That use of the 2-yr. old quote by the Independent was pretty poor; only matched by my not tracking the quote (I should have been clued-in by the fact that the quote was from a "28 year old"...
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    Regardless of what drug it was, the most...

    Regardless of what drug it was, the most revealing (if true) stuff comes from the athlete's mouth, as quoted near the end of the originally-linked article in the UK's "Independent":



    Don't know...
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    Yes, I considered the BALCO experience in my...

    Yes, I considered the BALCO experience in my somewhat facetious comment. The use by a few athletes of tetrahydrogestrinone (developed and synthesized by Arnold) would likely have gone un-detected...
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    https://cyclingtips.com/2013/04/the-new-epo-gw1516...

    https://cyclingtips.com/2013/04/the-new-epo-gw1516-aicar-and-their-use-in-cycling/

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GW501516


    . . . and, for those interested, links discussing the mechanism of...
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    In my opinion, the 1999-2007 Dick Pound era of...

    In my opinion, the 1999-2007 Dick Pound era of WADA really changed things at USADA itself, though that change was likely more profound for other Olympic (and non-Olympic) sports than it was for...
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    Yeah, I'm a bit hard. . . on (for?) . . . xfit. I...

    Yeah, I'm a bit hard. . . on (for?) . . . xfit. I like to verbal vomit in on-line forums about stuff I find hilarious: something that calls itself a "sport" and holds national qualifying...
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    Perhaps he'll switch to a more productive...

    Perhaps he'll switch to a more productive physical activity. . . or even a real sport. This could be his a-ha moment! Of course, he might just use his video editing skills (not perfect skills, but...
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    ahh, I didn't know that. Oh well, it's crossfit....

    ahh, I didn't know that. Oh well, it's crossfit. . . so it goes.
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    Yup. Perhaps just another person trolling xfit....

    Yup. Perhaps just another person trolling xfit. . . nothing wrong with that.
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    I don't know, I am not up to speed on amphetamine...

    I don't know, I am not up to speed on amphetamine use in weightlifting or handball. I wonder if the sport in which violation occurred has some impact on length of sanction? Beyond this, I find it...
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    Point taken, and you're correct. All those drugs...

    Point taken, and you're correct. All those drugs are on the list for a reason. Getting a TUE because one seems to have a strong inflammation response to training (or something else) is something...
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    The Williams' stuff, I believe, was...

    The Williams' stuff, I believe, was corticosteroids (i.e. strong anti-inflammatories); they'll inhibit inflammation in muscles & connective tissue, but definitely not something that is "performance...
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