El Keniano wrote:
Hey NativeSon. What do you think? Personally, I believe the most painful part of the cleanup of Kenyan athletics is almost behind us. And we're the only country that's done it.
No country can boast of having done a better job than us. Some of our athletes have been nabbed by ADAK mostly in out of competition tests.
I still don't understand why Kipsang decided to tarnish his name at the sunset of his career.
No,w, some people will say that he was clearly doping but the question still remains, why dope at 37 to jeopardise what he had built all those years?
I don't know why he decided to miss four tests whne he should have just presented or availed himself and just in case he was doped, at 37?
What more did he hope to achieve?
Either way, I am happy with our progress so far and I truly hope we can clean it up.
Now, the jailing part is what we need but even ore importantly, AK should impose its own ban regardless of the AIU and WADA.
AK can just say that if you are caught, that would be your end. You may change citizenship but you'll never don our great uniform again.
We need to lay down the law.
Habari ndiyo hiyo. ........my thoughts.