I understand this matters a lot to her, but stop abusing the publicity to keep making unnecessary spotlight on not the bigger issue of doping in track, but the fact that Alysia didn't get her medals. Alysia Montano has proven herself to be a person that just loves to bring attention to herself through running the US Championships while pregnant and even having her kid with her during an interview (can't remember which interview I specifically saw this). And then to say in an interview, "this is a big, big scandal,â€, â€œMany people will be affected by it. Specifically, me.â€. I get it, she wants her medals, but why not take the high road on this matter just by not including the "specifically me" part of that statement. Then I see she says â€œMy whole race plan was based on doing what I could to get a head start to beat the dopers". Maybe that's why you don't have a medal right now. She says that as if she can "sniff out the dopers" or something, not understanding that in the same way you make race adjustments under the assumption that there are dopers in the field, people could then make that same assumption anytime you're in the race trying to blast an improperly paced first lap. So if someone were to ask her "Should other women simply assume you're a doper when racing you", I'm sure she would say "No, because I'm not a doper", failing to see the fallacy in that response. All in all, stop giving her voice a platform, just hand her the medals and direct her to exit stage left.