double talk wrote:
E1 Keniano wrote:
Suck it. Lol! You can't claim doping because she trains here. Gotta go to the age thing. Why not demand for her birth certificate while you're at it. Kenyan brilliance will always shine through your darkness. #KeepKenyaGreat.
Does go back home to Kenya ever? then yes we can... anybody from Kenya is most likely a doper. The motivation is higher as its the only way to make a living in your crap @$$ country....
Also highly doubt she is the same age as the other runners and guess what? Nobody cares about another 'no-name' Kenyan... The East African farce will soon be over with. Do you really think that doping out of competition doesn't forever affect an athlete? You dope 6 months out, can easily carry through that fitness to races, and even a month out it is hard to detect without any biological passport established (also flawed)... 3==========D~
Because US and European athletes don’t dope, right? I mean they dominate cycling, and there are no doping allegations in that sport whatsoever. Our national past time, baseball, has a long heralded culture of fair play. Next thing you know, people will be accusing the Russians of running a systematic doping program, when we all know ALL doping happens in Africa. UNFAIR!