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Antonio Cabral
RE: 800m is tough

GILT wrote:

Too bad this thread is deteriorating very quickly towards it's inevitable demise. Oh well. As long as no-one deletes it, I'll be very happy.

I don't suppose .... Cabral are bothering to wade through this crap anymore, but just in case, GILT


You are wrong.
I read this post, but I mainly I reply to questions when you ask me directly to express my opinion and that I think i´m able to answer.

Since I read so many post opinions contrary to my own – like the ones that point that the WR are weak – a world records are never weak – no matter what time takes to break and no matter or how faster will be the next world record. The world record is JUST the best performance over decades that meanwhile millions of people did run that event – but only the one, is the best all time in the world. If in the next minute, we may think someone that so good or best than the world record, or that trains hard and with professionalism to break that this is quite irrelevant. What really matters is the WR that´s in in the top of the ranking and nothing more, all the rest that´s speculation, if this candidate he is faster or have a more interesting 400PB or a quickly finish reaction – all that is quite irrelevant in my opinion. A WR, a win in any WC (including track, road and the cross) or a Olympic win is what makes a runner the world best. In every season ther are thousands, millions of candidates – but only one have that crowns – the WRs or the title(s).




GILT wrote:
Sirs, your comments on "Ma's Army" would be most welcome. How did those ladies run SO FAST, but for a very brief period of time only. We all know how controversial this is....any explanations / comments?


You are wrong.
I read this post, but I mainly I reply to questions when you ask me directly to express my opinion and that I think i´m able to answer.

Since I read so many post opinions contrary to my own – like the ones that point that the WR are weak – a world records are never weak – no matter what time takes to break and no matter or how faster will be the next world record. The world record is JUST the best performance over decades that meanwhile millions of people did run that event – but only the one, is the best all time in the world. If in the next minute, we may think someone that so good or best than the world record, or that trains hard and with professionalism to break that this is quite irrelevant. What really matters is the WR that´s in in the top of the ranking and nothing more, all the rest that´s speculation, if this candidate he is faster or have a more interesting 400PB or a quickly finish reaction – all that is quite irrelevant in my opinion. A WR, a win in any WC (including track, road and the cross) or a Olympic win is what makes a runner the world best. In every season ther are thousands, millions of candidates – but only one have that crowns – the WRs or the title(s).

In my opinion all Ma-Juren crew, they were on doping. But more important that to know if they were in doping is their ethic. They take and use any kind of drugs they can afford without no regret. They have no concern if that´s legal or illegal, their only concern is that if works or don´t. I also think that the Chinese federation as well as all responsible they are not interest in legality.

That´s a bit similar to their attitude trough the Human Rights. In China they violate the Human Rights every single day without no respect for the human being. That´s no surprise that all trading and industries – including sports and athletics and running industries - they are going to China and all third world market – as any other capitalist activity which the success is measured in the profit. A big field of investment really as Africa and Middle East isn´t no more.

But about the Chinese woman success. I believe that The Wang Junxia 10000m WR, is unbeatable. No woman will be able to break that 29:31.78 – done in 1993 in Beijing (not a coincidence that´s in Chinese soil). Oh, yes, I believe that will one day a woman will break that – with the same kind of potent drugs –or even more potent - than Wang Junchia did or running in a bike. With a bike I believe that Paula Radcliff or any other woman will break that one day, but runnig clean, I don´t believe.

Just to see and imagine how potent is the drug that Wang Junxia tooked to break the 10000m record, that her 5000m PB is just 14:51.87 (!) and that in the 1996 Los Angeles Olympics Wang after winning the 5000m she looses the 10000m final for the Portuguese Fernanda Ribeiro in more than 31minutes.

1000, LA olympics
1. Ribeiro POR 31.01.63
2. Wang Junxia CHI 31.02.58

Under normal conditions - no one looses a 10000m for 1min 30seconds more that it own PB in the distance. The reason is because she wasn´t able to take the same drug that she did in the WR.

In my opinion all Ma Juren runners they were on drugs – they did appear and very quickly they vanish as the wind passes by. No way, they are all in drugs.

Don´t come to me and teel me they train hard, that they are submitted to a tyranny training regime as Marco Velediaz did report. May be that´s true, but the main reason for their results in 1500m to the marathon is that they were on drugs. Doping, simple and clear.

If I believe in the 10000m Wang record ? Yes, with a bike run, one woman may break 20:31.

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