those wada forms and the lab test reports look 100% genuine. they contain all the typical test and pretest data that i have seen in the 100s of real wada test reports...the sample code (the easiest thing to refute if it was fake), the sample specific gravity, pH, the substances that failed the test etc etcsniper said:those documents look kind of real.
True. If someone think that serina williams is not on something then they must be On something themselves.python said:those wada forms and the lab test reports look 100% genuine. they contain all the typical test and pretest data that i have seen in the 100s of real wada test reports...the sample code (the easiest thing to refute if it was fake), the sample specific gravity, pH, the substances that failed the test etc etcsniper said:those documents look kind of real.
the hack imo leaked the real stuff, but the trick seems that those americans that failed had a tue (it's mentioned in the pdfs too)..
and really, do we need any leaks to doubt that the williams sisters muscles are real ?
the questions seem directed not at the athletes but at wada and usada.
I believe you can access the ADAMS download off the Fancy Bears website.Amnes2015 said:i almoste peed myself of excitment
this will be gold
we need a list of cyclists TUE and failed tests striked out because of TUE
this is better than sex
https://www.wada-ama.org/en/media/news/2016-09/wada-confirms-attack-by-russian-cyber-espionage-groupThe World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) confirms that a Russian cyber espionage group operator by the name of Tsar Team (APT28), also known as Fancy Bear, illegally gained access to WADA’s Anti-Doping Administration and Management System (ADAMS) database via an International Olympic Committee (IOC)-created account for the Rio 2016 Games. The group accessed athlete data, including confidential medical data -- such as Therapeutic Use Exemptions delivered by International Sports Federations (IFs) and National Anti-Doping Organizations (NADOs) -- related to the Rio Games; and, subsequently released some of the data in the public domain, accompanied by the threat that they will release more.
The Fancy Bears sure are talking tough:BullsFan22 said:TJ Queen was a happy chappy when the Russian scandal was unfolding, he was taking swipes as often as he could manage.
Now he's trying to tell everyone "3 was treated with CORTICOsteroids for injuries. People will see "steroids" and flip out, but these are NOT muscle-building anabolic drugs."-His twitter feed
What a load of rubbish.
BTW, I was a fan of the Williams sisters for a long time, but Serena's attitude drove me away a bit.
It was always obvious this was going to happen. Banning Russia was one thing but pretending everyone else was clean was another.We will start with the U.S. team which has disgraced its name by tainted victories. We will also disclose exclusive information about other national Olympic teams later. Wait for sensational proof of famous athletes taking doping substances any time soon.
We are Anonymous.
We are Legion.
We do not forgive.
We do not forget.
Its a nice concoction, wouldn't be out of place for a prescription drug addict or a Hollywood housewife!MrRoboto said:So Serena on
Anyone who can say anything about this?
I tend to agree, she has shown some odd behavior over the years. Prednisone and Oxy is a fairly dicey mx to be taking. Long term as well.70kmph said:Finally the oxy explains Serenas overdose during the Wimbledon doubles her bizarre court behavior they claimed was a virus
Its a very poor argument...djpbaltimore said:I think TJ Quinn has made the best point of anybody. Criticizing an athlete for testing positive for something that they are allowed to take is not very logical.
T.J. Quinn @TJQuinnESPN 3h3 hours ago
T.J. Quinn Retweeted Neal Rogers
Amen. If you don't like the rules, discuss the rules. This shows no violation of the rules.
Ross Tucker has suggested that all TUEs be eliminated. I think that is extreme, but there is probably too much abuse of the system.