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    >interesting to see that Kelli White has had 7
    >tests in 2003...

    Yes, that is interesting, huh. I wonder how many tests CJ Hunter had in 2000? We know it was at least 4...

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    >interesting to see that Kelli White has had 7 tests in 2003...<

    Did they have to wake her up each time? :-)

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  • gm
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    one additional note -- the USADA folks do an exemplary job of producing just such a list in an easily-accessible format on their web site

    interesting to see that Kelli White has had 7 tests in 2003... think the champion thus far is Shawn Crawford with 8, but I wasn't keeping a close tally

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    As H.G. and Roy would say, "Pound Dick, Pound Dick!"

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  • gm
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    WADA secrecy?

    Given the propensity of our good friend Genital Beater to rail against the U.S. for drug testing "cover-ups" I thought it might be interesting to see what his bunch, WADA, are doing to fight the scourge.

    I found it strange that nowhere on their web site could I find a list of athletes who have been tested, whether negative or positive. Since they are so quick to expose the positives, I thought it might be nice to see a list of our "clean" brethren, too.

    Dashed off a quick note to one of their PR folks, and the response I got (promptly, I may add) said it would not be feasible to maintain such a list, and it might affect "intelligence" efforts.

    Leads me to believe the emperor is wearing very few clothes...
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