You never ran at a high level because its not hard at all to get a perscription. I'm sorry to kill your dreams, but she dopes.
One more time: I'm not arguing that she didn't have a prescription. She did. I'm also not claiming that such prescriptions are not easy to get. Of course they are. I was just calling into question "I see stupid people's" bizarre reasoning, i.e., that it was somehow significant that Vessey was prepared to produce a prescription for a prescription-only drug.
As for killing my dreams, spare me, I'm not a Vessey fan. This just seems like an instance where it's more than plausible that a "caught" athlete didn't knowingly do anything wrong. Did you not read the part of the USADA press release where it explained that her urine levels of the drug were therapeutic, meaning almost certainly not sufficient to mask the presence of any no-nos?