That Didn't Take Very Long
“I’m financially weak to challenge my accuser the IAAF whom I have always worked hard for to bring the best in me for the sport and myself. However I’m rich in TRUTH and sincerity, this seem to mean nothing …
I have let the struggle to proof my innocence go. Not because I doped but I take the sacrifice because I support the anti doping campaign. Thank me later.”
– Excerpt from a statement on Facebook by Asbel Kiprop where he announced he’ll no longer fight the EPO charges against him. Kiprop, however, did not confess to being a cheat. He simply claims he doesn’t have the financial resources to challenge the IAAF. We are so angry by his post we’re considering raising the money for him on GoFundMe so he can be exposed (or vindicated). How much do you need, Asbel?
- Asbel Kiprop gives up fight to prove innoncence - Says he doesn't have resources to fight IAAF
- 6th placer at 2005 Worlds Marathon says coach took her wallet away so she couldn't buy food and would stay skinny
- World's fastest man Zharnel Hughes (9.91) claims he's run 9.79 in practice - Do sprinters regularly PR in practice?
- HS coaches/fans, can you explain to me how you choose between US juniors and New Balance Nationals Outdoor?
- Where's the love for NJ HSer Devin Hart? He ran 8:53 at Brooks, took a redeye and then ran 8:58 to win NJ MOC
- Brittney Reese wins meet in Poland, says she won't compete again for rest of year as she's got to ready for 2019. Can someone explain her logic to me?