Asked to respond to the LRC analysis giving her no chance to win Olympic marathon gold, Jorgensen gave a great reply and said, "If someone else showed me my PRs on paper and said this person wants to win Olympic gold, I'd probably laugh [too]."
British journalist Sean Ingle praises Berian as "the maverick American" who faced down Nike. LRC gets mention.
Sprintgeezer talks specifically about Diack covering-up doping, but indicated Usain Bolt rather than Russians and it was for the sport rather than money.
A medical official in NYC made her stop running after inspecting her ankle. Hadley: “I was like, ‘You don’t understand, I need to finish this race’ – because I knew what everyone else was going to be saying, with this being the third marathon this year that I didn’t finish.” It was her third DNF this year.
*MB: Why does Alana Hadley drop out? This 18-page thread inspired the article.
Salazar still refuses to speak as he pulled in the driveway, then turned his car around and drove away. A meet official revealed that Salazar even called before the Portland Track Festival to see which journalists would be there before deciding not to go. Article mentions LetsRun and how asking questions about doping "drives him nuts".
*MB: Daily Mail reporter confronts AlSal at his Portland home
Apparently when you google "Seb Coe" and "Drugs", this message board thread is the first or second hit.
He writes, "The most surprising aspect of the data to me was the percentage of voters who thought that athletes were clean. ... This data is surprising because I thought that as a community we were more cynical than the numbers show."
Which Harry Potter character is the Oregon Project or Jerry Schumacher group? How about Oiselle and the OTC? LetsRun.com gets two shout-outs as well.
"It’s getting a makeover and it looks good, and familiar. Of all the changes that are being undertaken, remaining familiar is the smartest marketing stratagem they could make."