After the race, we spoke to Chris Derrick. On his race, he said, "I was pleased with everything until the last 600m." He wants to run a full track season and will see what races he gets into.
He said, "I'm healthy enough to train and we want to have a complete track season."
When we asked him about the Nike Oregon Project Investigation he said and what supplements he may or not be on, he said, "One of the things that bothers me is when people say of course people are going to do whatever they can under the rules because they want to win.
We are not sociopaths, we have values and we have things we believe in.... I take iron and Vitamin C when I'm at altitude. I probably should take my iron more often but I don't. That's what I take.
I guess the strongest medicine I've taken is Clofenac. It' s an antiinflammatory that is prescription in US and you can buy it over the counter in Europe. I've used that for some injuries... I think that was the only thing I was prescribed in college."
He also revealed he had asthma as a kid but does not take asthma or thyroid medication.
Full interview here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ISvWoVIqr4
Doping investigation stuff starts at 1:56 mark