No Threat To Peaty Nor Even Jastremski, 1961, Yet A Cheat On A Cocktail Of Poison

Hemra Nurmyradov, 26, has best times of 30.72; 1:09.25 and 2:36.00 in the 50, 100 and 200 breaststroke. He’s a bloke. Short-course last December he clocked 31.27 and 1:07.25. he didn’t make it to the blocks for the 200m. he did, however, test positive for a cocktail of poison hysterical in content and quantity. Should he and his fed now hand back all the money for flights, hotels and food that FINA subsidised? And where is the detail of circumstance?

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Hemra Nurmyradov, 26, has best times of 30.72; 1:09.25 and 2:36.00 in the 50, 100 and 200 breaststroke. He’s a bloke. Short-course last December he clocked 31.27 and 1:07.25. he didn’t make it to the blocks for the 200m. he did, however, test positive for a cocktail of poison hysterical in content and quantity. Should he and his fed now hand back all the money for flights, hotels and food that FINA subsidised? And where is the detail of circumstance?

Comments

Eugene

Haha! This sounds just epic 🙂

I’m not surprised though. I know lots of amateur bodybuilders who do great amounts of drugs and still look really average. I mean you can’t even tell if this dude pumps iron or is just fat. This is so widespread, at least in Russia, Ukraine and some other post-Soviet countries, when right “pharma” is considered to be the most important part of the progress before training itself. Similar approach here may be used in other sports too, when athletes are neither talented nor hardworking enough so that even heavy drugs don’t help much.
I wouldn’t even ban this miserable dude – just let everyone know how doped he is and let him continue competing and getting his 150th places 🙂

pegasus523

inspired thoughts . . .

* pay back the costs of the flights, the hotel, the food to the OC or other responsible party

* no further funding following the return to competition for a period equal to the temporary or provisional suspension

* ban on future administrative or coaching roles in signatory organizations

Craig Lord

🙂 Amen to that, Pegasus

pegasus523

all, …………….. the threat of doping to the integrity of our sport cannot be understated. We must press for consistent and uncompromising application of DC rules. We must have action into the future. Forget accusations, those who cheat are always ahead of us and always less honorable than who enforce.

Listen to Coventry, lifetime bans are appropriate but still off in the distance. Press to remove cheats from our sport when they leave– be a fan, but stay away.

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