Wow. I don't know how you can read this an anything else other than an idictment of Nike, the Oregon Project and the athletes he helped coach there. He doesn't cite Rupp and Farah as examples of athletes who do it the right way, nor does he hold up Salazar as an example of a coach who believes that amazing performances can be had by clean athletes. I mean, we're talking about two athletes who won silver and gold medals, respectively. Um, you would think he would be kind of excited to talk about those performances as clean ones. Instead, he mentions Webb, who left the OP, and Hall. I don't think his message could be clearer.