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23 Mar 2018 22:24

Wiggo's Package wrote:The DCMS investigation into doping and sport started when the Sunday Times splashed a leaked IAAF report showing a top British athlete had dodgy blood values. One of the MPs used parliamentary privilege to say (or make very obvious, can't remember) that athlete was Paula Radcliffe

Then the Wiggo's jiffybag saga blew up and the MPs added that to their remit. Partly because it soon became apparent that UKAD were incapable of running an effective investigation

Mo Farah's dodgy injections and Dan Stevens' allegations also got an airing. Seb Coe played the shifty politician card perfectly


It actually started with the FA and kept uncovering more and more British dodgy behavior :cool:
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24 Mar 2018 10:45

thehog wrote:
Wiggo's Package wrote:The DCMS investigation into doping and sport started when the Sunday Times splashed a leaked IAAF report showing a top British athlete had dodgy blood values. One of the MPs used parliamentary privilege to say (or make very obvious, can't remember) that athlete was Paula Radcliffe

Then the Wiggo's jiffybag saga blew up and the MPs added that to their remit. Partly because it soon became apparent that UKAD were incapable of running an effective investigation

Mo Farah's dodgy injections and Dan Stevens' allegations also got an airing. Seb Coe played the shifty politician card perfectly


It actually started with the FA and kept uncovering more and more British dodgy behavior :cool:


Brits Don't Dope, eh ;)

Not sure about the FA thing though, this is from the DCMS "Combatting Doping in Sport inquiry" webpage:

https://www.parliament.uk/business/committees/committees-a-z/commons-select/culture-media-and-sport-committee/inquiries/parliament-2015/blood-doping-15-16/

"Scope of the inquiry

In August the Sunday Times published a series of articles commenting on a database of test results from athletes taken between 2001 and 2012, which its experts argued showed abnormal results for a number of endurance runners.

The Committee explores the allegations (which have been strenuously rebutted by the International Association of Athletics Federations) that the IAAF failed to follow up test results from some prominent athletes which raised suspicions that blood doping had occurred"
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Re: CMS Doping in sport revelations/discussion

27 Mar 2018 07:28

The report originated in Aug 2015 because Sunday Times published a series of articles about endurance runners with suspicious blood tests but IAAF wouldn't confirm the results or follow up with any punishments. Fancy Bears server hack and the Daily Mail article on Wiggins was added to this enquiry as Collins saw similar anti-doping rules
administered and policed in cycling as is the case in athletics and decided to investigate how some of the same
issues are addressed in cycling.
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Re: CMS Doping in sport revelations/discussion

01 Apr 2018 01:45

No wonder Walsh has down his 360. It’s all about to come spilling out... :p

Collins continues to work on related matters and the MoS can reveal that he continues to gather evidence about the sport's murky past. One witness to that process presented information to Collins, face to face, as recently as last week, naming multiple past and former BC employees with connections to, or knowledge of, historic doping and cover-ups.


http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/othersports/article-5565823/MPs-question-cycling-chiefs-Jonny-Clay-huge-pay-off.html#ixzz5BNg2Cc4g
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01 Apr 2018 10:05

thehog wrote:No wonder Walsh has down his 360. It’s all about to come spilling out... :p

Collins continues to work on related matters and the MoS can reveal that he continues to gather evidence about the sport's murky past. One witness to that process presented information to Collins, face to face, as recently as last week, naming multiple past and former BC employees with connections to, or knowledge of, historic doping and cover-ups.


http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/othersports/article-5565823/MPs-question-cycling-chiefs-Jonny-Clay-huge-pay-off.html#ixzz5BNg2Cc4g


Interesting reading. Is the penny finally dropping that BC is still stacked with rotten apples...?
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