John Hesch wrote:
For all the d*p-sh*ts trying to make themselves feel good? by trying to drag my son down(ain't gonna work anyhow). JC's been racing since he was 14, first as a world-class tri-athlete, then as a professional runner. He's qualified for several Olympic trials but, unfortunately has wound up injured prior to each one. The only "doping" that he has ever done, was to live in a tent at 8,000' during a summer, coming down to train and race. He has a natural, God-given talent that he has developed well through hard work and determination. Understandably, that makes some jealous...
And yet any time some C-level African does a double at some minor prize money races there is automatically talk about them doping. As we all know, your boy gets a bye thanks to be an All-American apple pie eater.
The answer to my question was either yes or no, there was or wasn't drug testing at these races.