De Bruijn and USA

De Bruijn and USA

Post by Tong » Sat, 09 Sep 2000 05:08:04


Quote:

> In athletics. Who really thinks that 19.32 for
> 200 m race is clean ? And the guy is still
> running...

> Just give me a break ...

> Eero

I think Michael Johnson is clean because he is the best ten years ago and
that is impossible with doping, you only can be the best a couple of years
using ***. For example, Florence Griffith, she is dead, a high price for
that imposssible female records in a year, very late in her career, and then
she retires. But there is no evidence, i accept that medals, they are legal,
Ben Johnson was caught in that race, his medal is illegal, there you can
find the difference between doping and simple suspects.
 
 
 

De Bruijn and USA

Post by Tom Morl » Sat, 09 Sep 2000 07:35:21


Quote:


> >See:

> >http://www.ncaa.org/news/20000814/active/3717n22.html

> >Complete silliness.

> Hmmm...  I'm not sure of how to read some of that.  I couldn't tell whether
> Creatine was banned or whether the Colleges and Universities were enjoined
> from providing it to their athletes.  I was a bit surprised to see Ginseng
> on the list.  You mean a supplement that I can by at my local grocery store
> for $8 per bottle is banned?

The college cannot buy or organize buying for their athletes.

The stupidest part is a) They can spell several things they're
"banning" and b) the 30% protein cap.

Non-fat dry milk has more than 30% protein.

--
Tom Morley                         | Hard work is the most


http://www.math.gatech.edu/~morley |
ICQ: 24798603  AIM: DocTDM         |

 
 
 

De Bruijn and USA

Post by swims.. » Sat, 09 Sep 2000 16:36:46


Quote:
> In athletics. Who really thinks that 19.32 for
> 200 m race is clean ? And the guy is still
> running...

or flo-jo's 100-200 WRs ?

:)

Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/
Before you buy.