Quote Of The Day
“I can’t see Alberto doing anything against the doping rules in track and field and athletics. This is not the case of Lance Armstrong. And you can just see that in certain athletes who complain about Alberto. But I stick with Alberto. I think he’s honest. And I think Galen is honest, and Jordan is, as well. … I love the Boston Marathon, and I think in some ways it was better years ago when everyone was clean. You ran for the honor, and for integrity, and it was everything Boston stood for.”
– Four-time Boston Marathon winner Bill Rodgers giving his thoughts about the doping allegations that surround his former training partner and rival Alberto Salazar and the Nike Oregon Project. The article appeared on the front page of the Boston Globe on Friday.
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