If you are not clueless, give us some clues then.
What has happened over the past year or so? Seems like too little is still known to say whether it is more than a recent change in Kenya, and whether it goes beyond a few isolated cases.
How have E. Africans avoided out of season and most spot tests for 25 years? EPO testing has only been available since 2000, and IAAF out of competition testing for EPO started in 2002-2003.
If the reality is that E. Africans have not avoided out of season testing, and spot testing, and the last year or so are really isolated incidents, and a recent phenomena, what kind of a "heck of a situation" do we really have?
I think we need more clues.
No More PC for Ratty wrote:
Who are you to say they're trolls or clueless? lol
Canova has demonstrated that he's full of garbage and horse manure; "...epo doesn't work on Kenyans." Considering what's happened the past year or so, and the fact that finally some people have broken the PC barrier pointing out that E. Africans have avoided out of season and most spot tests for over 25 years and we have one heck of a situation. And people like Canova do nothing to rectify it but make up fables. Fables they hope will keep them collecting shekels for a little while longer as a not insignificant number of athletes under their charge get away with doping.