You've got to feel for Nelson as he was denied Olympic glory by a doper. Plus he said it was infuriating to simply be a thrower as most people just assumed he was dirty.
True's got a personal moral code that goes way beyond the WADA rules. Here is the quote we are making quote of the day.
"My wife usually drinks beetroot juice, which I know a lot of athletes do leading into a competition and she has taken bisodium carbonate (I think True meant sodium bicarbonate) leading into races, both of which are completely legal and fine. But myself, I would never do that because I feel that that is the gray area. I canâ€™t push that belief onto my wife and other people that I know do the same thing because I know that that is perfectly legal and perfectly fine in WADAâ€™s rules.....â€
"If your thyroid condition is due to having a suppressed thyroid due to training hard, then thatâ€™s baloney. Everybody who trains hard is going to have lower thyroid levels, decreased testosterone, different hormonal imbalances because youâ€™re stressing your body during training. Thatâ€™s a slippery slope because you can look at a whole variety of other problems. I think taking medication to artificially balance those levels is cheating."