The Independent's Tom Kershaw writes, "Just like Serena Williams’ outburst earlier this year, having the greatest athletes on the planet question why they are being drugs tested does nothing to promote the clean sport that they preach about."
If the team gives Bolt a pro contract, he won't be able to register until January 3rd, leaving "him a mere cheerleader for the first half of a season."
"If you haven't done it from a very small age and hone your technique and skills, (it's) very, very difficult at a later age to switch to our sport and play at the highest level."
The IAAF pays tribute to Beamon's historic jump which broke the WR by a "staggering 55 centimeters".
Thorkildsen retired from the sport in 2014.
"The IAAF remains very confident of the legal, scientific, and ethical bases for the Regulations, and therefore fully expects the Court of Arbitration for Sport to reject these challenges."
THe IAAF won't enforce their testosterone rules until the CAS decision, and in return Semenya/ASA agreed not to prolong the process. Coe: "All athletes need this situation resolved as soon as possible."
Moses says it was at a WADA foundation board meeting where various individuals told him not to speak. WADA claims he did speak and no one told him to "shut up."
The 3-minute video includes some cool old footage.
Instead, Keino will be a state witness against former Sports Minister Hassan Wario and the others who have been charged in the scandal.
*Keino Was Arrested On Thursday When He Turned Himself In To Police