Coach Mo wrote:
When Galen Rupp and Mo Farah took 2nd and 1st at the Olympics, Bekele's agent, Jos Hermens, said that "science won the race." Be that as it may, Rupp has always been amazing. However, that doesn't mean he doesn't dope. Not getting injured, also, does not necessarily indicate being clean. Remember, PEDS improve recovery, and would allow for superhuman workouts to elicit superhuman fitness (and subsequent performances).
I am more suspect of Duane Solomon. I'm virtually sold on Jeter's dirtiness.
And I have no suspicion of your stupidity. --I'm convinced of it.
Do you mention advantages that Rupp has had such as being actually talented, discovered at an early age by a world class experienced coach, and kept off pavement for as much of his mileage as possible for 12 plus years now? Plyo and core work from the beginning...and about 50 other innocent "advantages" he's had that all add up to clean?
You are literally biased by your own stupidity.
Go watch the Rupp in the weight room video.
The guy has had immense CLEAN advantages that no other American runner has ever had. From day one.
You want to be jealous of those "advantages" (they are really just good fortune and smart stewardship, and we'd love it for all talented runners.)