Agree, without Fancy Bears it wouldn't be on anyones agenda, including WADA et al who were sitting on the info all along.fmk_RoI said:I guess where Froome fits, where Wiggins fits, on this is in gaming the TUE system. The point about calling it gaming is that just about all rules get gamed. A general point Pielke makes is that there are some things that can never be 'fixed', there are some problems ('wicked problems', he refers to them as) that you are always going to be in a constant struggle with. So, the TUE system, we'll firm it up (or tear it down and replace it with something else and get back to more or less the same starting point in due course), someone will come along and game the revised rules. I think a lot of us posting in the Clinic would argue that WADA hasn't made much of an effort to stop the TUE system being gamed, that really all it's done is try to make TUE's less of a public embarrassment, by removing the need for them for things like inhalers etc.noddy69 said:Can't disagree that the TUE system is a grey area when used correctly. Its actual (mis)use by athletes across all sports is fairly black and white though when you dig a little.