dirty Kenyan cheaters wrote:
He could easily contest the ban with the late plane flight. There would be plenty of documentation he could present proving his plane was late, and he would certainly have one test removed.
The Harvard sprinter who got banned for missed tests presented Uber recipients to have a missed test removed. Her ban was lifted.
The Kenyan was obviously dodging the testers and the late plane flight is just fabricated for the media.
More than 150 Kenyan distance runners have tested positive for PEDs in the last few years, including an Olympic 1500m gold medalist in Kiprop.
Use your brain. Kenya is a corrupt country. It’s a fact of life in much of Africa.
Your "fan" fiction doesn't pass the brain test.
1) If he showed plane tickets and hotel receipts and lost luggage claims, it would still count as a missed test, or a filing failure, because he didn't update his ADAMs, which the AIU considered negligent, once his circumstances changed.
2) He was returning from a US competition where there would be guaranteed in-competition testing, and/or would be risking taking dope across international borders -- from Africa to Europe to the US, and back. If Kenya is supposed to be the place to dope in hiding with free over the counter access to unlimited doping, how is it even close to rational that he dodged the testers by going to the US to doping testing central?
3) To reach 150 busted Kenyan runners, you have to go more than just a few years back. You have to go way back to 2004.