Quote Of The Day
“This is one of the toughest subjects my Council and I are discussing. This is not about cheating. No hyperandrogenic athlete has cheated. This is about our responsibility as a sport federation to ensure a level playing field. It is for us to decide the rules, to draw the lines for competition. We choose to have two classifications for our competition – men’s events and women’s events. This means we need to be clear about the competition criteria for these two categories. We have always believed that testosterone, either naturally produced or artificially inserted into the body, provides significant performance advantages.”
– Seb Coe talking about the controversy surrounding the hyperandrogenism issue. The IAAF hopes to have its new regulations (which only affect athletes from the 400m to the mile) in effect on November 1, 2018.
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