Yegorova did indeed test positive for the synthetic form of EPO (rEPO).
The IAAF and the testing procedures do not agree with you. You are not the IAAF and you are not the one who set up and conducted the tests.
Secondly, Paula's strong stance has helped bring public pressure on the IAAF and WADA to make further strides toward cleaning up the sport.
That's right. They have passed a law making it illegal to falsely accuse other athletes with no cause.
The sooner CHEATS like PR are out of the sport the better it will be for the honest runners who remain.
If more athletes were as outspoken as Paula, IAAF and WADA would be pressured into more stringent and consistent testing.
Oh and why hasn't she done that, by first apologizing and standing up for Yegorova?
It has nothing to do with consistent and fair testing. It has everything to with distorting the truth andÂ using illicit means to get rid of runners who are better.
It's good for our sport to have more athletes like Paula volunteering to be blood tested, etc.
It would only be good if the testing procedures, protocols, and results were made public in their entirety. But that will never happen.
The UK saying Paula's tests were clean is like wejo saying she was clean.
But her test results are probably in the very same range as Yegorova's.