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|Author: ||USADA informant|
|Subject: ||RE: Major drug bust from Jamaican trials in 100 meters|
Been out awhile but for the record Mullings is with Adidas. Note the bright green bodysuit he has worn all season.
To letsrunner: There is amongst the elite coaching community a very real development in technique in sprinting that has allowed athletes to run faster. Some historically did it on their own while others learned later in their careers. Technical efficiency has a big effect on how some runners are consistent or lacking thereof in performances. Executing this technique at high speed is very challenging but makes tenths of seconds of difference.
to dre I only know at the moment that the 5 total busts are according to my sources all Jamaican and all sprint/hurdlers.
Anyone who thinks Mullings or any other athlete randomly took something like furosemide is ludicrous just like Merritt's claim of personal performance usage of extenze.
As far as how fast people can run clean I would say its possible for certain athletes to run 9.6 clean but to do so consistently thus remaining healthy is the challenge. Extreme forces are placed on the body to run fast and "performance enhancers" actually serve a better purpose to help repair tissue that has been damaged in training to try and exceed normal limits. Does that mean I conclude Bolt was clean in his efforts? No, but knowing elite sprinters that have run clean in the 9.8's that were not at max makes me very aware of what SOME people could be capable of doing.
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