USATF has quietly hired convicted doper Dennis Mitchell to lead the USA Relays program. Sadly, they are afraid to take ownership of the decision and have Dennis and Max Siegel discuss why Dennis is the best man to lead Team USA or have Dennis publicly account for his doping past.
Siegel is critical of the law which allows businesses to refuse services to people for religious reasons.
We wonder if it's normal for an official to tell a coach about a foul he admits he didn't see. Then we start to go off into la-la conspiracy land as we notice a key part of the report regarding Salazar shows up in a different font. To us, the whole report reads like a 5th grader's book report, not a report worthy analysis of a decision that (illegally) fixed the outcome of a national championship race.
Eight years after USATF accidentally appointed convicted doper Dennis Mitchell (of the "five bottles of beer and sex with his wife at least four times" excuse) to be a USA National Team coach, USATF has done it again, but this time for real with the full backing of the USATF national office.