You are mistaken as I have never defended Regina, nor have I attacked her.
She has certainly an outstanding history of excellent running, and I first saw her running a long time ago in cross country.
However I do not know Regina or much of anything about her.
My position has always been the same, which is that the drug test for EPO is not accurate. This is very clear for anyone to see who bothers to take a look at the test and the development of it's protocol. Based on the inaccuracy of the test, it is not qualified to be used as a determinate of athlete's having been on drugs, or not, or whether they should be able to complete.
Additionally, I do not have anything to do with drugs.
All the drugs tests and protocols are created by the drug companies to create more drugs and more use of drugs, more publicity for drugs, more money for them and it is all destroying athletics.
So my preference is to get drugs, which must include drug tests because that is the attraction for them, out of athletics and to keep them out.
This is a drug issue and I have no interest in drugs.
My interest is athletics and athletics performance.
Now perhaps you will better understand my position, but whether you do or not, it still is and remains my position.