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RE: Mr. Renato Canova: Could You Please Answer a Question About Effective Ways to Improve the Lactate Threshold?
I know that many my athletes don't have a correct date of birth on their passport, also some Kenyan that was able to win World Junior Championships. But this regards their FIRST PASSPORT, and in this case is not possible to control. But the situations of Qatar and Bahrain are very different. The athletes coming from African Countries to Qatar arrived with their OLD PASSPORT, and Qatari government NEVER CHANGED THEIR DATES OF BIRTH. The ministry of interior takes the old passports, changes the names of the athletes but keeps the personal datas that are in the old passport. Instead, Bahrain changes the dates voluntarly, for having athletes able to compete for more long time in age competitions. The most obvious case regards Gregory Konchellah, well known in the world like born in 1983. Last year Bahrain changed is official date of birth in.... 1987 for putting him in Juniors, but he refused, and became the second in the World. Of sure, I don't like this fraudolent mentality.
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