Vermont FTW wrote:
Don't we already know that Mo (and quite a few others) had suspicious values?
Oh yeah! Including a certain Ingebrigtsen!
^This - and these are just the boldest of the most extreme blood dopers, literally the tip of the iceberg, as the numbers show:
only one Brit, one Dutch, one German, one Moroccan (!), one Norwegian, ...., four Americans, ..., and nine Kenyans are on that list, while we know that worldwide more than 44% are drug cheats.
Another little fact: Kiprop was judged only as "Passport suspicious", less suspicious as the likely dopers Rupp, H. Ingebrigtsen, Farah, Jager, and yes, ironically one of Canova's examples of currently alleged clean runners and EPO-doesn't-work examples: repeat offender Kisorio.
And last but not least, this is not "just" based on a computer analyzing data, that is the "Hematological Expert report opinion".
What does "likely doping" mean? Well a lot more than some people pretend:
"Likely doping: Considering the information within the Athlete’s Passport, it is likely that the Passport is the result the Use of a Prohibited Substance or Prohibited Method and it is highly unlikely that it may be the result of a normal physiological or pathological condition."
So, "highly unlikely" that that person was not doping.