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WADA Getting Ready to Reinstate Russia

16 Sep 2018 00:36

The more you think things are different, the more they are the same.
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16 Sep 2018 12:07

Who is on this "Compliance Committee", the members of it must be known, and that narrows it down to a handful of WADA people who are pushing these corrupt bargains. There is probably some structural pattern within the organization

https://www.nytimes.com/2018/09/15/sports/wada-beckie-scott-russia-doping.html

As it pertains to cycling, WADA became like a joke when they dropped the Froome case - and the selective pursuit of Russian athletics, only to backtrack on this stuff, of course calls into question the credibility of WADA in other sports.

Maybe Russian operatives have компромат on prominent athletes and/or WADA, so there's gonna be a 'deal' ??? :cool:
Or maybe just a regular tainted deal, without the extortionate part. Tygart says "it stinks", and the resignations and condemnations mean some antidoping representatives are unhappy about that. Or, at least they want to publicly dissociate themselves from the decision
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Re: WADA Getting Ready to Reinstate Russia

16 Sep 2018 13:06

MarkvW wrote:The more you think things are different, the more they are the same.


Can you please tell us how things are the same?
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16 Sep 2018 13:12

ClassicomanoLuigi wrote:Who is on this "Compliance Committee", the members of it must be known, and that narrows it down to a handful of WADA people who are pushing these corrupt bargains. There is probably some structural pattern within the organization

https://www.nytimes.com/2018/09/15/sports/wada-beckie-scott-russia-doping.html

As it pertains to cycling, WADA became like a joke when they dropped the Froome case - and the selective pursuit of Russian athletics, only to backtrack on this stuff, of course calls into question the credibility of WADA in other sports.

Maybe Russian operatives have компромат on prominent athletes and/or WADA, so there's gonna be a 'deal' ??? :cool:
Or maybe just a regular tainted deal, without the extortionate part. Tygart says "it stinks", and the resignations and condemnations mean some antidoping representatives are unhappy about that. Or, at least they want to publicly dissociate themselves from the decision



Tygart says nothing but anti Russian things, all the time. He hasn't even had one constructive thing to say. 'Ban Russia,' 'non-compliant,' 'ruining fair play,' 'corruption.' He's brought nothing to the table.

It seems that nothing the Russians do is right. What exactly are they supposed to do? The athletics federation has been banned for almost three years. What does Tygart want?

All because one guy currently living in California, wasn't happy that he wasn't getting enough money...
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16 Sep 2018 14:22

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Re: WADA Getting Ready to Reinstate Russia

17 Sep 2018 01:12

It's kind of a moot point, yes? After the convoluted expunging of Froome's AAF, WADA can say whatever WADA wants to say. It's all for show -- means jack. That is, whatever they use for justification/rationalization carries the same weight as air.
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