From Salazar using the LetsRun messageboard to guide his 2011 Boston Marathon coaching to a drunken attempted kiss of Kara Goucher on the plane to the 2011 Worlds to Salazar crediting Chris Solinsky's 26:59 to Solinsky being on thyroid med, Matt Hart's fantastic new book has some fantastic revelations.
Wetmore called for a lifetime ban for Brown and revealed how he keeps a healthy environment for his women at Colorado. "Our system is not created by men for men. I try to be polite and stay out of the way."
The decision most definitely does not prove the Salazar doped any of his athletes. It concludes what those of us following this already knew. That Alberto Salazar carried out a testosterone experiment on his sons. That he misled some of his athletes on what they should tell USADA. That he had conducted a test with L-carnitine on NOP assistant coach Steve Magness that was over the legal limits. And it proves what many of us suspected, these things merit a doping ban.
Dathan Ritzenhein and Alvina Begay are the athletes who would appear to have broken the rules. Even more interesting is Salazar thought L-Carnitine would help Ritzenhein improve 2-3 minutes in the marathon. *Discuss Here
The Sunday Times reports that Alberto Salazar ordered his Nike Oregon Project athletes thousands of dollars of L-carnitine supplements and experimented with injecting L-carnitine on coach Steve Magness. We break it down.