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  • Occasional Hope
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    I suspected something was up when he wasn't in the US team.

  • LuckySpikes
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    Another case of tampering with a 3rd whereabouts failure. This time decathlete Garrett Scantling - https://www.usada.org/sanction/garre...al-suspension/

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  • trickstat
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    True, but they pretty much ran a C team. There were some athletes in their pool for the single sex 4x4s they didn't use.

  • Occasional Hope
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    US team must be counting their blessings they didn't run him in the mixed. Or maybe they knew he was under suspicion and that's why they nominated a reserve for the 400 solo?

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  • marilyn1
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    Going to be a f u for me already. I picked Ross and Cherono

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  • LuckySpikes
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    Checking my screenshots of entries, 5 picked Ross and 9 picked Cherono (2 as the winner). Four of us are affected by both withdrawals.

  • trickstat
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    I had Cherono as I think did quite a few others. I'm glad I picked Allison over Ross.

  • Occasional Hope
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    I think a few people picked Ross.

  • LuckySpikes
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    Originally posted by Occasional Hope View Post
    Two more men out of the WCs, both high profile medal contenders.

    Randolph Ross, US 400m runner who ran 44.13 in June, for tampering in a whereabouts case, and Lawrence Cherono, Kenyan marathon runner and fourth placer in Tokyo, tested positive for trimetazidine, another fat burner.

    AIU-PRESS-RELEASE-CHERONO-AND-ROSS.pdf (athleticsintegrity.org)
    Oh bloody hell, two of my medalists in the Prediction Contest! Why couldn't they have announced this before the contest closing time? So inconsiderate.

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  • Occasional Hope
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    Two more men out of the WCs, both high profile medal contenders.

    Randolph Ross, US 400m runner who ran 44.13 in June, for tampering in a whereabouts case, and Lawrence Cherono, Kenyan marathon runner and fourth placer in Tokyo, tested positive for trimetazidine, another fat burner.

    AIU-PRESS-RELEASE-CHERONO-AND-ROSS.pdf (athleticsintegrity.org)

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  • Grassmarket
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    Supplements are not made for professional athletes - they’re made for body builders, bouncers & gangsters. The makers are constantly trying to add illegal ingredients because their prime market don’t care about testing, all they want is the big muscles. Any serious athlete is daft to take them.

  • LuckySpikes
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    More info on GW1516 at https://www.usada.org/spirit-of-spor...s-know-gw1516/

    It seems that supplements can be contaminated with it ...

  • trevorp
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    Nijel Amos suspended. Metabolites of GW1516, whatever that is.
    Last edited by trevorp; 13-07-22, 01:11.

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  • Occasional Hope
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    Switzerland's Alex Wilson’s ban from last year confirmed, 4 years.

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  • SprintRelayFan
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    She's chatting on on twitter. She is one of the ones that annoys me most now!
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