damn shame wrote:
In one sense, it's a good sign that testing is this good to pick up something so minimal. But on the other hand, there's nothing to see here. Clearly this says more about food standards in the United States than it does about PEDs. Zeranol is banned in livestock in the EU, and probably for good reason. Clearly she is being tested quite often and in this case, that record (clean the week before) and her wisdom to keep receipts benefited her. Truly a classy athlete doing things the right way. I wish her nothing but the best.
It's crazy with the agri lobby gets away with in the US.
Can someone tell me what a US athlete is supposed to do if our beef supply is tainted?
Here is the USADA press release.
Wasn't it Jeff Sessions that helped them get away with this?
This is a nonsense excuse, if you eat contaminated meat you are far too sick to break records.