Very few Russians were caught through testing. Their officials saw to that. It was their whistleblowers who said (and produced evidence) that 99% of their athletes were doping. Yet very very few Russian athletes were ever caught or identified. But we know their sports were/are rotten to the core.
What is discovered about doping - and who in particular is doing it - is merely the tip of the iceberg. You would have made a very good captain of the Titanic, who never saw icebergs either. Your ship hits "1% at most are doped" - and sinks without trace.
I am describing "faith"? Doping has existed for decades and become more and more sophisticated, so that those in anti-doping acknowledge it will always be ahead of them. Enormous amounts of money are spent on it in the black market and countless athletes have been and are involved. And you think that the advantages it confers on athletes are merely "faith". The world is mad or ignorant - or you are. I think we which.
It is all explained in the AAA Panel report, and the subsequent CAS appeal. The "bs" that was unanimously "rejected" (by your standard), even by the prosecuting USADA, was any NOP athlete doping, in its whole history.
USADA had that burden, and failed to meet that burden.
I'm on the side of the adjudicators here, and they are not supporting the bs you preach.
Maybe you watched a different documentary -- do you have the name of the one you recorded and took notes? Because when I watched "The Endless Chase Pt. 1" they did not say "a billion Euros", nor that it was "provided by WADA and others it referred to who were involved in anti-doping". They did not say how they formed that estimate, and they did not say which products they considered "doping", and how much of that estimate covers athletes competing in sport. They did interview athletes and officials, and sports editors, but did not attribute that estimate to anyone interviewed. While they did interview a banned French shotputter, they also talked about non-Olympic sports like soccer, and baseball.
What is so stupid is that we had this dicussion just six weeks ago, where all these questions you are floundering with now were already answered, and rather than doing a quick search, you are still "winging it", playing all of your same games of "I know you are but what am I", and feebly attempting to flip the burden of disproving your claims you cannot prove, and for frosting on the cake, getting the Jamaican whistleblower's name wrong, again.
These are not isolated events, but a consistent pattern of not reading what is written, or not comprehending it when you do. How can I rely on your recollection of notes with all this plain evidence that you can't even repeat what you just read accurately? When a headline explicitly says "300 million per year" you argue that it is really "80 million" and pretend I'm the moron -- like the iron pot calling the stainless steel kettle black.
And yet, whistleblowers and 30 witnesses and all that evidence, in addition to testing ..., could not identify one NOP athlete who actually doped, and after 9 long years, four anti-doping bodies were aligned on this point.
Is it an iceberg, or a bunch of ice floats? How to argue the true size and not fall into the trap of making arguments from ignorance fallacy?
You are a self-appointed travelling preacher who admits "we wait for statistics to confirm" as if knowledge is something we should avoid.
Enormous amounts of money spent on doping is a reliable measure of the magnitude of faith within the countless athletes involved in the doping that exists for decades, not to mention its travelling preachers.
The advantages conferred confirmed by the statistics you are still waiting for, but until then, it remains faith.
Your iceberg is just your faith building ice mountains out of molehills while running in circles screaming the sky is falling.
Your many readings from the Gospels According to Amstronglivs are pure faith.
The world could also be mad or ignorant, but it is certainly full of faith.
Thousands of athletes, coaches and trainers in every sport have been convinced of the efficacy of doping through their own experiences and the results they have achieved. It has been so for decades. But you - who have never doped let alone been an elite sportsman - know better than all of them. Without experience of what you deny, you are the very definition of self delusion. You cannot bear to believe your heroes are fake.
They weren't caught. That isn't the same as saying they weren't doping. Yet their coach was trying to find ways to dope his athletes and so incurred a 4 year ban. If that is a clean operation I have some real estate on the moon that could interest you.