Dude, what's up with posting all this really loose stuff?
You throwing conte around like anyone who ever met him is injecting steroids?
You walk into a GNC, there are loads of products with steroids in them, but you're interested in fish oil and vitamins. Oops, you shopped at GNC...DOPER!!!
Really, really loose stuff your tossing around. How about using some news on postive tests?
As posted previously:
Mourhit was caught for drugs (Moroccan to Belgium).
Hissou (Moroccan) ran his best marks from 96-99 down to 7:28 and then hit 7:37 in 2000 (*year of epo test*) and 7:45 in 2002! Keep in mind that is a 12:50 & 26:38 guy from 1996 running a best of 7:45 in a non olympic / non world championship year and only a few years after winning the world championships 5K.
How about Brahim Lahlafi?
Busted for drugs it gets worse for his brother who was connected to Ramzi:
2002 was definitely not a lucky year for theBoulami family. After Brahim's positive doping test, his older brother Khalid Boulami - 5000m silver in 1995 and 1997 world championships and bronze medallist in Atlanta - got a life suspension from the Moroccan federation and was forbidden to have any activity related to athletics for ever. A technical advisor for Bahrain during the last Asian Games in Busan, he is accused of inciting Moroccan athletes to change citizenship. Four Morroccan athletes competed for Bahrain in Busan : Rachid Ramzi (gold medallist on 1500m), Mohamed Rached/Rachid Khouya (gold medallist on 800m), Zakaria Abdelhak/Abdelhak El Gourch (silver medallist on 10.000m and bronze medallist on 5000m) and Abdelkabir Louraïbi (8th on 1500m).
How about Algerian Ali Saidi Sief who ran 7:25 in 2000, the year of the EPO test?
The international federation granted a special dispensation to Algerian runner Ali Saidi Sief to qualify for the world championships. While his suspension for doping will be over on 17 August, he'll have the possibility to get an A standard until the 27, on the eve of 5000m heats.
More on N. Africans:
Moroccan 800 m runner Amina Aït Hammou (2:00.33 in 2008) and her sister Seltana (2:00.87 in 2008) have been suspended for one year after missing three drug tests.
Moroccan miler Adil Kaouch, one of the favorite for the 1500m world title, has been provisionnally suspended by the IAAF after failing a drug test at Rome Golden League meet on July 13th.
Moroccan runner Omar Jimila (aka Noureddine Jalal) failed a drug test for EPO at Paris marathon where he finished 5th in 2:10:44.
Moroccan runner Aissa Dghoughi has been suspended for three years until December 27th 2009 for escaping a control. Closely related to Frenchwoman Latifa Essarokh, who failed a test for stanozolol in 2006, Dghoughi had been spotted selling drugs around St Moritz. He had already made the headlines in early 2005 in France when EPO and growth hormone had been found in his car during a routine customs control.
A bag with 10 syringes, two EPO bottles and a box of growth hormone was discoverd in Moroccan runner Aïssa Dghoughi's car during a routine control by French customs at a tollbooth. A 10000m runner (28'12 in 2001) Dghoughi will be prosecuted by the French justice for illegal drug possession.
Moroccan runner Abdelkader Hachlaf, 1500m bronze medallist at the 2003 World indoors, got a two year suspension following a positive test (EPO) in April. In the end of July, Moroccan daily Aujourd'hui le Maroc announced that 800m specialist Khalid Tighazouine also failed a drug test (nandrolone), but it seems that no official sanction was taken yet.
Do you think all the kenyans and ethiopians are clean too?
Kenyan runner Janet Ongera, failed a drug test (norandrosterone) last October in Reims' half-marathon (France) where she came second in 1h12'. She's been suspended for two years by her federation.
French sports daily L'Equipe announced that cross-country short race world champion Edith Masai failed a drug test in a French half-marathon last year and got a 3-month ban in France. She didn't have any problem with IAAF, however: the product in question, lidocain, isn't listed as a doping product by the IAAF contrary to WADA or the IOC.
Ethiopian runner Alene Emere has been suspended for two years by the Japanese federation after testing positive for nandrolone, according to Ethiosports.
Kenyan runner Pamela Chepchumba and Morocco's Asmae Leghzaoui failed a drug test for EPO during the cross-country world championships in Lausanne.
Her progression turned out too good to be legit. Kenyan quartermiler Elizabeth Muthoka, who had never run below 52 seconds before clocking 51.56 and 50.82 fin end June, early July, was withdrawn from the Kenyan team before the Games after failing a drug test
Kenyan born Musa Amer Obaid / Moses Kipkirui failed a drug test for testosterone during an out of competition control in Ifrane in June 2006. He's been suspended until September 12th 2008
And these are countries without NEAR the testing prgrams that we have.