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RE: Nijel Amos 45.55 tonight pb
Doping is so widespread in TnF to this day.

“Circumventing the testing is as easy as taking candy from a baby,” he said.

Victor Conte goes into detail in this podcast on how easy it is to avoid a positive test: https://youtu.be/azzhD2QJ8B0 (hint: don't show up to test)

Probably what the majority of dopers are doing these days...

More info: http://www.nbcbayarea.com/news/sports/Overwhelming-Majority-of-Olympic-Athletes-are-Doping-374209561.html

“These athletes simply do what they have to do in order to be competitive,” he said. “And I don’t want to say that everybody’s doing it, because I don’t believe that, but I think it’s the overwhelming majority.”
Another loophole in the testing system that Conte points out is the rules regarding missed tests. WADA has established a “Whereabouts Code,” which requires athletes to inform WADA where they will be for one hour each day. That allows WADA to more easily administer randomized testing.
However, athletes are allowed to miss up to two tests each calendar year without repercussions. A third missed test results in a sanction, and that information is publicly available.
Information for athletes who have missed one or two tests is not made available to the public.

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