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De Grasse is OUT

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    Anonymous said 1 week ago

    cbc said he flew out to Germany to see a specialist. I assume it is healing Hans. Is actovegin legal?

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    Anonymous said 1 week ago

    Andre is a very good runner, but Bolt with his 8 Olympic golds and 11 World golds is incredible. It would be asking a lot for Andre to beat Bolt. Bolt has run 9.95 this season and he has a proven record of peaking in championship races.

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    Anonymous said 1 week ago

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    "cbc said he flew out to Germany to see a specialist. I assume it is healing Hans. Is actovegin legal?"


    Not legal in Canada but fine over in Germany. Not a banned substance on WADAs list I don't think. Hans will get him healed up.

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    Anonymous said 1 week ago

    It's Healing Hans. It's still legal under WADA as an injectable as long as a certain amount isn't exceeded. Not sure about its legality in Canada. If it's not legal in Canada I'm not sure how Canadian Anti-Authorities view it's use out of country.

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    Runfastrunfar said 1 week ago

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    "cbc said he flew out to Germany to see a specialist. I assume it is healing Hans. Is actovegin legal?"


    Not Legal in Canada. A few points.

    - Dr. Hans uses many other methodologies to address the "ailments and issues" that his athletes see him for and not just Actovegin.

    - Many belittle his "methods" implying he is cheating or using "voodoo" to get the "best" out of his athletes without studying what is going on but more importantly WHY he uses "said" methodologies.

    - Dr. Hans was until recently the NATIONAL Team Doctor for the German Football Team, he is also the Team Doctor for Bayern Munich.

    - Usain Bolt has severe scoliosis, and I mean SEVERE scoliosis (I have seen the X-rays), this is why he had hamstring issues early in his career and why he now has to get constant massages (it is also the reason why his "stride" looks "off").

    The stress and torque generated in sprinting over a competitive track season coupled with training will demand some sort of "intervention" to address and mitigate these forces imposed on the muscular-skeletal structure.

    - Just because a medical, pharmaceutical, food, or practice is NOT used, available, or wide-spread in your home country, it does not mean that it is bad or questionable or ineffective.

    Example: There are many food dyes and additives that are outright banned in Europe that are allowed in the USA/Canada. The result is that Gatorade in Europe is different from that in the States.

    rGBH and rBST in milk production is banned in Canada but allowed in the USA.

    I hope this helps.

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    Meizner said 1 week ago

    If Bolt's scoliosis were SEVERE, you wouldn't need an x-ray to see it. Have you every seen someone with actual severe scoliosis in person? They don't look like Bolt.

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    Anonymous said 1 week ago

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    "Not Legal in Canada. A few points.

    - Dr. Hans uses many other methodologies to address the "ailments and issues" that his athletes see him for and not just Actovegin.

    - Many belittle his "methods" implying he is cheating or using "voodoo" to get the "best" out of his athletes without studying what is going on but more importantly WHY he uses "said" methodologies.

    - Dr. Hans was until recently the NATIONAL Team Doctor for the German Football Team, he is also the Team Doctor for Bayern Munich.

    - Usain Bolt has severe scoliosis, and I mean SEVERE scoliosis (I have seen the X-rays), this is why he had hamstring issues early in his career and why he now has to get constant massages (it is also the reason why his "stride" looks "off").

    The stress and torque generated in sprinting over a competitive track season coupled with training will demand some sort of "intervention" to address and mitigate these forces imposed on the muscular-skeletal structure.

    - Just because a medical, pharmaceutical, food, or practice is NOT used, available, or wide-spread in your home country, it does not mean that it is bad or questionable or ineffective.

    Example: There are many food dyes and additives that are outright banned in Europe that are allowed in the USA/Canada. The result is that Gatorade in Europe is different from that in the States.

    rGBH and rBST in milk production is banned in Canada but allowed in the USA.

    I hope this helps."

    Why does he specifically have to see Hans in Germany? There's no one else not linked to PEDs he can see?

    And sure there's more to his treatment methodologies besides Actovegin but what if it is being used in this case, being illegal in Canada? Comparing to Gatorade isn't a good example if you what actovegin does.

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    Anonymous said 1 week ago

    There is no magic cure for his injury other than rest, time and then stretching.

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    Runfastrunfar said 1 week ago

    Dear Anon:

    Please note that this response is NOT aggressive or disrespectful. (tone is hard to convey in forums.)

    Comparing Gatorade to Actovegin is appropriate since it highlights what is and what isn't "legal" is based on jurisdiction. Not the effectiveness of said "substances". I also mentioned the hormones in milk production South of the Canadian border (USA).

    Hormones in cattle production caused Ajee's positive, and whole International Sporting Federations (Para-Swimming; Para-Weightlifting) have warned their athletes to not eat the beef from certain countries due to their heavy reliance on hormones/steroids.

    The reason why athletes go to Dr. Hans is that they trust him. You asked why does he need to see him specifically. There are several reasons.

    - As I mentioned before, he is a National Team Doctor (Germany's Football Team)
    - He is also the Team Doctor of one of the best football teams in the world
    - Athletes who see him "get better"
    - He is highly recommended by the athletes that do see him AND return to competition
    - He is willing to try alternative methods
    - He has an integrative approach to medicine


    Dr. Hans is not unique as being a "doctor of choice" among elite athletes. There are 3 surgeons who account for about 75-90% of ALL knee surgeries in the NBA/NFL. The question you have to ask is "Are there no surgeons in LA, NYC, Miami?". The answer is that these surgeons are good; they have a high success rate of athletes returning to the field.

    Kobe Bryant had his knee surgery in Colorado, even though he lives in Los Angeles. The other surgeon is in Alabama. I forget where the third surgeon is located.

    There are many things in "standard" medical practice that are not/barely addressed in medical school - an example of this would be Nutrition. It is only recently the better (judgement?!) schools are beginning to include it in their curriculum. But we all know how important nutrition is to just basic health, never mind fueling world-class performances.

    I hope this makes sense. If not, please let me know where I lost you.

    Disclaimer: I do not work for Dr. Hans or know him personally.

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    Runfastrunfar said 1 week ago

    Dear Meizner:

    His scoliosis is SEVERE within the constraints of what he does (sprinting/training) and the forces he needs to generate.

    The severity of his scoliosis is seen in his "cocky" swagger when he walks after the race.

    Google: Usain Bolt scoliosis Click on: Images.

    If you look at Youtube videos of Bolt training (lifting weights) you NEVER see him squat (axial-loading being not the best). You may see him use a vertical squat machine (lessens the axial-loading of the spine) or hex-bar dead-lifting (again lessens the load of the spine).

    In the last month, they just completed an analysis of Bolt's stride pattern and they work "surprised" that one leg power output was less resulting in a shorter stride.

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    BestCoach said 1 week ago

    Puma did not want both boys in the race!

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    Anonymous said 1 week ago

    Quoting: Runfastrunfar
    "Dear Meizner:

    His scoliosis is SEVERE within the constraints of what he does (sprinting/training) and the forces he needs to generate.

    The severity of his scoliosis is seen in his "cocky" swagger when he walks after the race.

    Google: Usain Bolt scoliosis Click on: Images.

    If you look at Youtube videos of Bolt training (lifting weights) you NEVER see him squat (axial-loading being not the best). You may see him use a vertical squat machine (lessens the axial-loading of the spine) or hex-bar dead-lifting (again lessens the load of the spine).

    In the last month, they just completed an analysis of Bolt's stride pattern and they work "surprised" that one leg power output was less resulting in a shorter stride."



    No human is perfectly symmetrical, especially not in the spine. An n=1 case study of Bolt is of limited value without considering other elite sprinters. Maybe all of them have it the same or perhaps worse? Perhaps this is common amongst sprinters who compete in races involving the bend (200/400) and underlying geometric imperfections don't contribute significantly to his apparent asymmetry as compared to the muscular imbalances resulting from cranking while turning left?

    Also, the "analysis" was based on video only from a race, as I recall. You can learn something from this, but to determine this accurately you need to get Bolt to run on a force plate of some kind (either floor-mounted or embedded in a treadmill) and use more accurate kinematics tracking.

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    Anonymous said 1 week ago

    I thought he isn't Bayern Munich team doctor anymore.

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    what a post said 1 week ago

    Quoting: Runfastrunfar
    "Dear Meizner:

    His scoliosis is SEVERE within the constraints of what he does (sprinting/training) and the forces he needs to generate.

    The severity of his scoliosis is seen in his "cocky" swagger when he walks after the race.

    Google: Usain Bolt scoliosis Click on: Images.

    If you look at Youtube videos of Bolt training (lifting weights) you NEVER see him squat (axial-loading being not the best). You may see him use a vertical squat machine (lessens the axial-loading of the spine) or hex-bar dead-lifting (again lessens the load of the spine).

    In the last month, they just completed an analysis of Bolt's stride pattern and they work "surprised" that one leg power output was less resulting in a shorter stride."



    His swagger!

    😂😂😂😂😂

    Confirmation bias much?

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    Anonymous said 1 week ago

    Severe scoliosis usually means it's greater than 40 degrees which would be require some surgical intervention. Bolt does not have 40 degrees.

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    Anonymous said 4 days ago

    Quoting: Runfastrunfar
    "Dear Anon:

    Please note that this response is NOT aggressive or disrespectful. (tone is hard to convey in forums.)

    Comparing Gatorade to Actovegin is appropriate since it highlights what is and what isn't "legal" is based on jurisdiction. Not the effectiveness of said "substances". I also mentioned the hormones in milk production South of the Canadian border (USA).

    Hormones in cattle production caused Ajee's positive, and whole International Sporting Federations (Para-Swimming; Para-Weightlifting) have warned their athletes to not eat the beef from certain countries due to their heavy reliance on hormones/steroids.

    The reason why athletes go to Dr. Hans is that they trust him. You asked why does he need to see him specifically. There are several reasons.

    - As I mentioned before, he is a National Team Doctor (Germany's Football Team)
    - He is also the Team Doctor of one of the best football teams in the world
    - Athletes who see him "get better"
    - He is highly recommended by the athletes that do see him AND return to competition
    - He is willing to try alternative methods
    - He has an integrative approach to medicine


    Dr. Hans is not unique as being a "doctor of choice" among elite athletes. There are 3 surgeons who account for about 75-90% of ALL knee surgeries in the NBA/NFL. The question you have to ask is "Are there no surgeons in LA, NYC, Miami?". The answer is that these surgeons are good; they have a high success rate of athletes returning to the field.

    Kobe Bryant had his knee surgery in Colorado, even though he lives in Los Angeles. The other surgeon is in Alabama. I forget where the third surgeon is located.

    There are many things in "standard" medical practice that are not/barely addressed in medical school - an example of this would be Nutrition. It is only recently the better (judgement?!) schools are beginning to include it in their curriculum. But we all know how important nutrition is to just basic health, never mind fueling world-class performances.

    I hope this makes sense. If not, please let me know where I lost you.

    Disclaimer: I do not work for Dr. Hans or know him personally.
    "

    You're quite misinformed about Actovegin and you don't know about what you're talking about if you think Gatorade is a fair comparison. While there's some published information about Dr Hans injection protocols that includes Actovegin, there's also been many stories of this "mysterious" substance compensated by customs agents at Olympic games and empty packages left behind from Lance and his crew. Floyd Landis anecdotally called it "rocket fuel" when injected into the legs during Tour De France stages. Stories were circulating as far back as 2000 (when newer tests for PEDs where in place) of Olympic 100m sprinters getting Actovegin pre-race injections.

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