Yes, I agree. But for somebody just reading the thread it would be easy to make up a different conclusion.bambino said:kosmonaut said:It would be extremely relevant, because it would render her whole story a lie - without doubt.bambino said:kosmonaut said:Let's read that story again. The expert is saying that it is impossible to obtain 10mg (performance enhancing) through the lips. 13ng per mm (what Johaug had) is according to what he thinks is plausible through the lips.Cloxxki said:http://www.dagbladet.no/sport/de-tre-bokstavene-som-kan-avgjore-therese-johaugs-skjebne/66906468
Expert declares it's impossible to absorb into the bloodstream as much Clostebol as Johaug did through the lips. He's tested it.
Seems they're ready to move away on from listening to tears and stories?
If your translation was correct it would probably be the big story right now
Probably so, but in general whether it is 13ng, 10mg or whatever is irrelevant. The doping rules by WADA does not differentiate with amount, violation is violation regardless.
I that sense yes. I was beyond that point long time ago. No-one will find plausible evidence that her story is a lie. They've had enough time (more than week after they knew the positive test) to make sure it matches. It would've been utterly ridiculous they would invented a story that does not match what-so-ever to the amount of Clostebol in her blood. They anyway knew the amount first hand.