Irony of ironies:
Aspiring Hollywood script writers should be paying attention to all this.
I'll give you points for putting a nice twist on the 'proof' message. Except all the proof needed is in the BBC episode.
I am no big fan of pro track and field, didn't like it when it first showed up during my own career, don't care for it today. But, I do believe that everyone has a right to stand tall and not be overrun by a bunch of rumors, innuendoes or false statements.
Does Slaney saying "Salazar was not my coach, in actuality he was my temporary coach during the time of my preparations for the OGs and was quote as saying he was my coach but not explaining fully that he was not actually my day to day coach but just another coach involved in the OG preparation period"- clear all this drugging thing all up?
I infer it does
From OPs link:
Telegraph Sport understands that Salazar has this week been seeking confirmation from Slaney that he was indeed not her permanent coach at the time of the failed test and was merely filling in on a short-term basis in the build-up to the 1996 Atlanta Olympics. Salazar is expected to argue that he was not in charge of her day-to-day training regime and was looking after it only on a temporary basis.
knowingly making false statements.