Eloquence is a manner of speaking, not spelling. Please do not ever say somebody spells eloquently, or even writes eloquently. You will come across as a fool, and an opinionated fellow like yourself would probably want to avoid that.
But, on topic, I still love and very much enjoy athletics. As a matter of fact my direct involvement in high level athletics is what leads me to believe that most top level guys are or have been on something. This does not faze me, since for the most part it is still a level playing field. The beauty of global information pathways is that new "training" becomes available across borders. But what does stick in my crawl is the way most letsrunners widely aknowledge that drugs are out there, that certain runners runners with perfectly spotless records are using them, yet cling to the belief that white Americans don't. The exact same patterns of performance that are the sole basis for suspicion of foreign athletes do not apply if you are white and speak English. The main reason for this exclusion? Simple, Americans and people with similar culture are just too moral to cheat. The rest of the world, cheaters. It is a notion that is as naive as your use of the word "eloquently".