You say nearly 400 and it's one-sided. I don't see anywhere in that info-graphic that the 374 AAFs are only Kenyans or East Africans. Note that an AAF is not yet a suspension or sanction. From these 374 AAFs, I see 48 elite international level cases, 18 suspensions, 11 in Disciplinary tribunal, and 20 referred to CAS (18 of them Russian), 60 investigations in total, 28 of which are closed.
Besides the racial makeup of the AIU, what leads you to suspect that Kenya is being unfairly targeted?
El Keniano wrote:
This looks awfully one-sided and you know it. I guarantee you there's someone on PEDs wherever you are in the world, including your local gym, which is why this is so odd . I fully support cheaters getting busted but this reeks of an agenda. Journalists that lurk here should raise this query. Maybe they haven't got around to testing Brits and Aussies yet because of limited resources? But this ... this smells fishier than a fish market.