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Elementary School Track & Field Super Meet
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Rembrandt said 6 days ago

Ajee Wilson tests positive

Ajee Wilson just tested positive for zeranol (steriod) likely from tainted beef. I'm interested what the hardliners here think of this.

She is one of the most upstanding people in the sport today and has been a perfect ambassador since her days as a high school phenom.

https://www.usada.org/ajee-wilson-accepts-finding-of-no-fault/

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    Ron MacLean's dog said 5 days ago

    I guess the "sex and a two-four" excuse was already taken.

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    Anonymous said 5 days ago

    I too am curious how a hard line stance can be reconciled with this accidental ingestion.

    I don't believe that it can.

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    Runfastrunfar said 5 days ago

    Dear Mr. Ron MacLean:

    The new machines actually are much more sensitive. In addition to this, there was a scientific paper released this year stating that with the increased sensitivity of the machines, coupled with the wide-spread use of anabolic steroids in cattle, pork, and poultry production a significant number of athletes will start to test "positive". It is for this reason she was "sanctioned" and NOT banned.

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    Runfastrunfar said 5 days ago

    I work in the medical industry and I have taken courses on the WADA testing and the history of doping.

    It is very, very easy to fail a drug test. The average person who is NOT a cheater would have about a 35-40% failure rate. This is due to everyday items that we would not even think of as performance-enhancing "drugs" being on the banned list.

    Examples:

    35-43% (depending on the German or US study) of over the counter supplements have banned or UNDISCLOSED ingredients.

    The US version of Vicks has "banned substances" in it.

    Many of the "energy drinks"contain "banned" substances

    Acne medication has banned substances in it.

    A recent German study actually noted that German athletes take LESS supplements now (protein powder, etc.) due to the fear of testing positive.

    Not everyone who tests positive is "pinning".

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    Anonymous said 5 days ago

    Yes "likely from tainted beef". Luckily for us the boys over at Letsrun have put their heads together and gotten to the bottom of the "tainted beef" mystery. Turns out it was rogue cannibal cows. Who knew?

    http://www.letsrun.com/forum/flat_read.php?thread=8266128&page=2

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    Rembrandt said 1 day ago

    Oldstar? Master2b? Kelsall? Where you guys at?

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