casual obsever wrote:
Subway Surfers wrote:
Rekrunnerbot has starting spanning.
Yes, as per usual, defending the accused cheat with obfuscating via trying to re-write the rules.
According to the rules, a whereabouts failure can be a missed test or a filing failure.
"a missed test..."? Nice try, but no, whereabouts failures can be three missed tests or three filing failures or a combination thereof:
2.4 Whereabouts Failures
Any combination of three missed tests and/or filing failures, as defined in the International Standard for Testing and Investigations, within a twelve-month period by an Athlete in a Registered Testing Pool.
And he already started the spamming yesterday, with changing 2.5's "providing
fraudulent information to an Anti-Doping Organization" into "information provided about the whereabouts failure" - conveniently leaving out the "fraudulent".
Everything I wrote is correct. Your distinctions add no meaningful value, but only serve to obfuscate your omission:
- I wrote "whereabouts failure" (singular) while you wrote "whereabouts failures" (plural). In the code we can see how WADA describes a singular whereabouts failure: "7.1.2 Results management in relation to a potential Whereabouts Failure (a filing failure or a missed test) ... "
- I also wrote: "This could be three missed tests, or two, or one, or zero."
- For "tampering", I paraphrased the Voltare statement, which also did not use the word "fraudulent" rather than looking up the article in the code: "The accusation regarding alleged/attempted tampering (article 2.5) concerns an explanation that was given in the results management process regarding a possible Whereabouts Failure"
- Since "fraudulent" is in the article, it is implicit
It was not unexpected you accuse me of "defending the accused cheat", simply for acknowledging that he was provisionally suspended, under articles 2.4 and 2.5 (and not 2.1 or 2.2), and providing another possibility, that of one or more filing failures, that you failed to mention in your response to El Keniano. This is how you troll.