Subway Surfers Addiction wrote:
Yifter Shifter wrote:
That's a nice job.
So many runners will make a big splash and disappear.
He's run under 1:43 in three different seasons and last year he ran 1:43.18
He is an Aden runner. Sketchy. And to be hitting close to his PR at 30 is unusual to say the least (he is not 24, even his own agent admitted he was likely "...23 or 24," in London).
Considering he couldn't even walk after the Commonwealth games final in April. It is quite a suspicious turnaround or a mega dodgy track.
Drugs. Period. I agree with the guys who predicted this type of thing would happen once Kiprop was tagged. Sheer genius. They understood how the people allowing this crap to happen think. Everyone has their price and the guys with cash and political agenda have upped the ante and bribes. Until there is a true crackdown and year round testing - among other things - the problem is going to get worse. and the cowardly goofs in the West will eat it up.