Three, two, one.......
Rather than saving me effort, you are unnecessarily costing me effort.
Here's what I wrote in the "Rosa" thread:
You can refer to previous explanations, because there is no need for me to change any.
Athletes take drugs based on belief and hope. Sometimes it works. Sometimes they get busted.
Belief in drugs in the hope of improved performance is deep and wide -- for many examples, just visit forums like letsrun.
Given the circumstances around Sumgong, Chepchirchir's suspension was predictable.
I forgot to mention that the validity of "proofs by example" does not change by adding one more example.
I trust the AIU will do what they can to determine her guilt, and do not offer any excuses for her (or anyone's) doping.
If you want to start a performance discussion, you need more data.
If you want to link the doping back to Rosa, outside of any forum or tabloid or pub, you need more evidence.
Subway Surfers wrote:
Oh what is my good friend Renato going to say now? Another Rosa athlete. I have Rekrunner's excuse already for everyone to save him the effort. He will point out how in 2018 she could only run 2:39 and is in no way evidence that she was a doper when she ran 2:19.
I am literally laughing my arse off here, you're getting worse. Did wifey make you get a job? Happy Rekrunner no more. On the data issue, even your own data says that there was a sudden unexplainable jump in performance in the mid-90s in endurance events.