What Say You wrote:
C'mon...man, you're being pedantic as usual (imagine that. Lol). The "Inside The Games" report has it titled:
"Kenya and Ethiopia identified as among countries most likely to dope as IAAF introduce new regulations."
So, you're just splitting hairs and you know it: "most likely to dope" and "most at risk to dope" are basically the same. You're one strange cat as they said back in the day when I was a youngster growing up in the 60s. Lol.
On the NOP athletes: Since none of them has ever failed a drug test, been banned ref an ABP hit, caught with doping products, etc. - they're all clean and green in your books?
You should reject misleading characterizations by reporters, rather than attacking me for using the phrase the IAAF used.
I don't place a great weight on passing tests since the success rate is only partial.
But in this case, we also have "more than 2,000 exhibits, ... 30 witnesses and 5,780 pages of transcripts".