Just saw this on the BBC.
As a big cycling fan I've learnt over the years that if something is unbleievable, it isn't normally true. The kenyans have been super dominant over the last few years to an almost unbelievable extent. Cyclng has had a real culture change over the last few years, you wonder if athletics is next.
Would be very sad if true. I havent seen any more coverage than the BBC report quoted above?Anyone found any good links?
Were Wiggins performances in TDF & Olympics unbelievable?What about Mo Farah his performances were equally unbelievable? Surely both were not drug induced?
Remember that Bannisters 4 minute mile was unbelievablemat the time?
Football and rugby are very interesting indeed with regards to drugs. One arguement being that because of the mix of skill,speed,endurance,strength etc. required that there are no drugs that can improve performance? Not sure I buy that but it does make it more difficult however I am sure the clever scientists could come up with something?!
Wasn't there that investigation in Italy when it became known that an inordinate number of ex-footballers (50) had died prematurely?
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