Quote Of The Day
“I’m only going to focus on the facts. My understanding is three missed drugs tests in a year results in an automatic two-year suspension. From this article, looks like she’s not disputing the three missed tests in a year, so we’ll see you in 2022. Done. … Missing three tests in a year must result in a minimum four-year ban and considered the same as a positive test. … I believe the sport can legally increase the punishment for missed tests. Increase the punishment to four years and you’ll see fewer missed tests. Two gives the presumption of innocence already. Maybe it’s not labeled as equal to positive but punishment should be.”
– Michael Johnson speaking out over Salwa Eid Naser‘s whereabouts failure and advocating for a 4-year ban for three missed tests.
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