No. No. No. No. You just keep making stuff up.
While that may be the point, is this point justified? Do the ARD/Sunday Times experts have complete information? For example, following up with urine testing is something, not nothing, and this wouldn't be in a blood database. The IAAF adopted and used the blood passport. They use it the most. That is something.
Cycling performs many more tests, blood and urine.
Following up with urine test at any time does nothing. Zero.
If someone fails a urine test then they've failed an IQ test.
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