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a question to the LRC
I'm not saying Solinksy is doping, but I find this very strange that the LRC says for near a month that they want to see who drops out because; from which I have inferred based on the posts that these people would have been assumed to be dopers. Even Kip and Bekele have been speculated as potential drop-outs due to drugs, and on the sprint sides Pretty much all of the American and Jamaican Sprint teams have been under suspect. But now Solinsky drops out due to an injury and its automatically that he is not doping, but instead he is truly injured. This mood seems hypocritical to me. Why is the LRC not asking if Solinksy is doping? This is a highly suspect move, at a terrible time, and with the testing at World's wouldn't this be a fear for Solinsky as well as the other athletes? So either our mood should be that everyone who drops out of World's due to injury is really injured and we believe their story, or we suspect everyone who drops out of doping.

If Usain Bolt had dropped out due to this injury, would we believe him, or would we say his past times were the result of doping and since he tried to go clean this year and couldn't hit the same fast times he went back to doping and is thus scared. Based on what I've read I think I know what the answer would be.

Why is Solinksy so special that he is above being accused of this, whereas a lot of athletes would immediately receive this accusation, or still do even though they are competing (at least all the Jamaican sprinters).

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