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:yikes: 2 years so no Tokyo

 

i always doubt about these young champions , they win medals without having a mature muscularity

 

 

 

 

 

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27 minutes ago, bestmen said:

:yikes: 2 years so no Tokyo

 

i always doubt about these young champions , they win medals without having a mature muscularity

 

 

 

 

 

Meh, especially on the women’s side it isn’t unheard of for really young swimmers to peak very young and to kind of wash out.

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9 hours ago, bestmen said:

Kseniya Savina :RUS 12 years :yikes:

4 years for EPO plus 8 years for supplying false medical records.

She has another case still to come from when she competed illegally outside Russia - when she borrowed the identity of another runner.

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7 hours ago, Dragon said:

4 years for EPO plus 8 years for supplying false medical records.

She has another case still to come from when she competed illegally outside Russia - when she borrowed the identity of another runner.

The joys of being long-time friends coming from a part of the world that's captured by another country so you can use your friend's passport from the first country to compete after being caught doping because your friend turns out isn't good enough anyway. The joys.

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:MEX Maria Guadalupe Gonzalez (race walker, Rio 2016 and London 2017 silver medal) - 4 years disqualification starting from 16 November 2018 for using trenbolone...she fabricated restaurants' receipts in order to prove that the presence of the substance was caused by the fact that she had eaten, among others, 5 "tacos al pastor". It's not a joke, here's the document with the full decision https://www.athleticsintegrity.org/downloads/pdfs/disciplinary-process/en/190509-IAAF-v-Gonzalez-Romero-Final-Decision.pdf

 

Tacos are the new tortellini :cheer:

 

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