loss of privacy
Real Lyfe Nobodee wrote:
Fast forward to 5:05. She even elaborates that she believe athletes shouldn't have to declare their substances, without being asked about that specifically. She is 100% taking drugs (TUEs) for performance enhancement.
Well, she says they shouldn’t have to say what their declared (TUEs) are and goes on about a right to privacy. I don’t think anyone would argue against a person’s right to privacy about their medical records as a starting principle, but when your “medical condition” allows you to use a banned substance and you want to run competitively an athlete needs to accept that comes with a partial loss of that right to privacy. If you don’t want to reveal your need to take a banned substance, don’t compete. I have no opinion on if she’s taking any drugs, I just disagree with her and think athletes should have to disclose if they have any TUEs if they want to take those drugs and compete.