Not one, but two articles on the front page of ESPN (albeit one of them is a commentary).
You've only got his word for that. The fact are he is a convicted doper. I'm not scientist but even an idiot like you could see that if you took a drug, the amount diminishes over time in the body
For the last time, Merritt is not a doper! The facts are he took a male enhancement which he did not know contained anything. Plus it has such a minute amount of banned substance, it offers no real benefits. I'm glad Merritt is not going to be unfairly punished for a silly mistake. Did you see how Merritt kicked home like a boss in the relay? How could you not be excited to see him in the field? I am!
That drug he took is well know is body building competitions
Red B. wrote:
I'm not a Merritt fan (nor the opposite for that matter), but I will say that Merritt is one of the few doping "cases" that I tend to believe. The facts seem to add up and he hasn't lost much performance-wise despite the forced layoff.