I have no issues if you "think this is too good to be true", even if it's baseless, but what bothers me, is the fact that i've seen posts of yours in the past, to ridicule people who were calling what he did superb, and downplaying his former exploits and waving the "we'll see when he faces real competition" flag. Now that he does it against real competition, he's a doper. Sorry, seems like you made up your mind a long time ago that you would either ridicule his minor wins, and play the doping card with his major wins.Can't chapeau for this, it's bit high to handle personally. If it looks too good to be true, it usually is. Sorry. What I mean is that other athletes are mostly no beginners.