Posted: Yesterday at 21:33
That's right, I'd rather not know, but that doesn't mean I'm not prepared to do something about what 'happens today', because you can only change things in the present.
With cycling after festina the deal became 'We know it happens, just don't get caught' so it went on. That's because they didn't want to spoil the show as the public saw it. Subsequently it made things even worse.
Seems the IAAF has been caught out in a similar way. I guess they hoped the current way of drug testing was enough to deflect from their previous carelessness in dealing with contentious issues. Issues which they hoped would never see the light of day.
I don't need to know the 'names'. I'd gain nothing from the information. Can't use it.
However, the people in charge of this mess know the names. And the people in charge are the one's who are directly affected. Basically they are stuffed.