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    why is it that when some people get caught for dopin its all blown up in da papers and when others get caught. no one ever knows about it

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    >why is it that when some people get caught for
    >dopin its all blown up in da papers and when
    >others get caught. no one ever knows about it

    Who are you talking about? Maybe Chouki?

    "French 1500m runner Fouad Chouki tested positive for EPO at the World Athletics Championships last month, according to a report."

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/athletics/3105684.stm

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    • #3
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      >>why is it that when some people get caught
      >for
      >dopin its all blown up in da papers and
      >when
      >others get caught. no one ever knows about
      >it

      Who are you talking about? Maybe
      >Chouki?

      "French 1500m runner Fouad Chouki
      >tested positive for EPO at the World Athletics
      >Championships last month, according to a
      >report."
      >

      http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/athletics/3105
      >84.stm>

      I'm sure Fouad Chouki would attract a ton of attention in the US newspapers.

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      • #4
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        NO, APOLOGSISTS FOR DRUGGIES WANT YOU TO BELIEVE THAT SOME RUNNERS ARE "GENETICALLY SUPERIOR." WHAT HORSECRAP!

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        • #5
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          Clearly all dopers are genetically superior to PAULIE, in both a physical and a mental sense.

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          • #6
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            >"French 1500m runner Fouad Chouki
            >tested positive for EPO at the World Athletics
            >Championships last month, according to a
            >report."

            Maybe this'll put to rest the conspiracy theory that the French were out to get the Americans.

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            • #7
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              isnt there some privacy rule though. but im not sure or is dat just foe tha ncaa's

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              • #8
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                Actually, there doesn't appear to be any doping rule granting privacy to athletes for doping offenses. The IAAF is not supposed to release to the public the positive finding of any disease they may find during a test though.

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                • #9
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                  >isnt there some privacy rule though. but im not
                  > sure or is dat just foe tha ncaa's

                  The only privacy rule is the one adopted by US athletes who figured out they can hide behind American legal precedents, which technically don't bind international competition.

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                  • #10
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                    Why was Kelly White's test result publicized within a few days (during the WC's), while Chouki's doesn't surface until almost two weeks later?

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                    • #11
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                      Double gold medal winning American vs. 8th place Frenchman. Which one is more newsworthy?

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                      • #12
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                        track is wild

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                        • #13
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                          its so bad now that i suspect every one who runs faster the 9.99 legal. i wonder how can one feel good about his/her self knowin they are cheatin

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                          • #14
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                            unlisted mild stimulant vs. serious injected performance enhancer- the latter is certainly worthy of atleast a mention.

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                            • #15
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                              >i wonder how can one feel
                              >good about his/her self knowin they are cheatin

                              This is why you're here and not in Monaco.

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