Wild maybe, but they still have to be considered. wrote:
I've never heard of an athlete or coach found guilty of doping based on the evidence of motive and revenge.
Motive and revenge. wrote:
I think we can ignore any wild theories about affairs, as 1) something that doesn't concern USADA, WADA, or the public, 2) something that is not banned or otherwise illegal, and 3) desperate clutching at straws, because there are not enough facts to talk about doping.
Wrong, ever heard of motive and revenge.
And you won't, but you also won't find USADA or WADA ignoring the possibility either, what's one of the first things thought of when a whistle blower comes forward?, motive and revenge. Also, this isn't just implicating an individual it's also implicating the an influential organisation of wrongdoing.
So no, you can't "ignore any wild theories about affairs", especially concerning a coach and athlete, history tells us that.
This message board Theory that there was an affair, is...insane,
Kara is happily married, and very focused on having a child and then raising that child.
Salazar is very dictated by his religion when it comes to marriage; just because we live in a culture where many men and women have affairs, it's stupid to cast this asperion at a coach of Salazar's age. Kara, no doubt would have found the idea of sleeping with her coach digusting and creepy. For her, he ls a Old Man. This affair brush is just the wankings of idiots on a message voard.
Yeah, because no religious married guy ever had an affair, and no young woman was ever attracted to an older guy in a position of power, and yet still went on to marry someone else and have a kid.